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Friday, 27 June 2008


Some time ago I blogged about how wireless services can help to bridge the so called 'digital divide'.

You might be interested in this article in The Observer, which highlights that more and more internet users are shunning traditional broadband internet connections in favour of wireless 3G broadband. They're finding it easier to setup and in some case cheaper too.

Anything that helps get more people connected to the internet - cheaply - is to be welcomed.

1 comment:

Jon Worth said...

It's an interesting idea, but the problem is that while 3G (and 4G etc.) will improve its speed, at the same time so broadband speeds are always going to increase too - so I think they will never catch up.

Problem is that prices for 3G data transfer vary widely - the UK is at least reasonable in that regard.