skip to Main Content

What is so special about the iPhone that it’s users get free WiFi while other handset users who have WiFi enabled devices need to pay?

I am an iPhone user, so I’m not going to complain, but I just can’t wrap my head around why an iPhone user is entitled to free WiFi when someone using a Nokia isn’t. I mean, if you have any WiFi enabled device and you pay for AT&T data plans, shouldn’t you get WiFi for free too? The iPhone is cool and it does have a great browsing experience, but it is not that far away from a lot of other handsets out there. Is it just because it was the first handset to emphasize internet over voice and now everyone sort of expects it?

Man, Apple is good.

Garrett Smith

Garrett Smith is an author, consultant, and marketer with almost 20 years of experience selling and marketing VoIP solutions. Garrett has helped thousands of businesses select the right VoIP system over his career, in addition to helping hundreds of vendors, and dozens of service providers with their go to market strategies. This experience gives him a unique position in industry that allows him to cut through all the noise. Garrett has been named one of the most influential people in the VoIP, and has written over 3,000 articles about VoIP since 2004.

Back To Top