WiFi vs 3G


From the preceding discussion, it might appear that 3G and WiFi address completely different user needs in quite distinct markets that do not overlap. While this was certainly more true about earlier generations of mobile services when compared with wired LANs or earlier versions of WLANs, it is increasingly not the case. The end- user does not care what technology is used to support his service. What matters is that both of these technologies are providing platforms for wireless access to the Internet and other communication services.

In this section we focus on the ways in which the two technologies may be thought of as similar, while in the next section we will focus on the many differences between the two.

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