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LTE users ready to churn for inclusive public Wi-Fi - study

Thursday 12 March 2015 | 15:17 CET | News
Some 75 percent of UK 4G subscribers still use public Wi-Fi for internet access and two-thirds would switch providers for another offering inclusive Wi-Fi access, according to Analysys Mason research for infrastructure and media services company Arqiva. The survey of 2,000 consumers asked about their perception and use of public Wi-Fi services, versus those of mobile networks. It found that the evolution to LTE has not reduced demand for public Wi-Fi infrastructure, LTE users tend to place a higher monetary value on public Wi-Fi than non-LTE users, and LTE users are more likely to switch to a

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Analysys Mason / Arqiva
Countries: United Kingdom
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