Saturday, 21 October 2017

The end of all you can eat

By Zur Feldman, WeFi
Monday 09 March 09

An integrated WiFi network can serve as an alternative to mobile networks to meet the challenges of increasing mobile Internet use.

Everywhere you look, people are using their mobile phones to go online. In the past two years, following the launch of the iPhone the arrival of new Internet-enabled handsets from Nokia and other leading vendors, there has been a dramatic increase in mobile Internet usage. With a growing number of popular mobile phones intended for Internet use, and more and more users logging on via their mobile phone while on the move, people expect a PC-like experience. This requires a mobile Internet experience that is fast, content-rich, always available, unlimited, and affordable. The numbers are astonishing. According to a recent report from Juniper Research, mobile Internet users will grow to over 1…

Everywhere you look, people are using their mobile phones to go online. In the past two years, following the launch of the iPhone the arrival of new Internet-enabled handsets from Nokia and other leading vendors, there has been a dramatic increase in mobile Internet usage. With a growing number of popular mobile phones intended for Internet use, and more and more users logging on via their mobile phone while on the move, people expect a PC-like experience. This requires a mobile Internet experience that is fast, content-rich, always available, unlimited, and affordable. The numbers are astonishing. According to a recent report from Juniper Research, mobile Internet users will grow to over 1…

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