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ECT News Community   »   MacNewsWorld Talkback   »   Re: Why iPhone Users Hate Mobile WiFi Slightly Less Than Android Users Do

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A cool study caught my attention recently. It says that iPhones have significantly higher rates of WiFi utilization than Android phones in the U.S. and the UK. I immediately found that point weird, because after all, most Android smartphones also come with contracts that require users to pay for a data plan. These plans are usually fairly comparable to the iPhone data plans, which means they aren't cheap. And yet, comScore found that 71 percent of all unique iPhones used both mobile and WiFi networks to connect to the Internet.

Re: Why iPhone Users Hate Mobile WiFi Slightly Less Than Android Users Do
Posted by: Juliana Austin 2012-04-12 21:47:42 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
Well i am also an iPhone user and i believe that iPhone is more user friendly with any WiFi and most of the applications tends to be more compatible with them. So being a iPhone user never felt bad to be using WiFi on my device....
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