Remember when we were all forecasting the death of cellular networks and the triumph of phone manufacturers because of the future introduction of WiFi enabled mobile phones? What happened? The premise was that people were going to avoid using the cellular network when they were in a WiFi area.

Remember when we were all forecasting the death of cellular networks and the triumph of phone manufacturers because of the future introduction of WiFi enabled mobile phones? What happened? The premise was that people were going to avoid using the cellular network when they were in a WiFi area.

We suppose that what's happened is that free WiFi hasn't rolled out as fast as any one wanted – we're still huddling in cafes for WiFi when we thought it would be in the parks by now. And

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