Analysts Discover Power Of Free WiFi

Well, it certainly took them long enough. After all the talk that’s gone around the online community explaining the (seemingly obvious) point that free WiFi helps bring in more customers, the big name analysts are finally starting to catch on. Frost & Sullivan has put out a report telling retail establishments that, if they want to offer WiFi, they should justify it based on increased sales, rather than direct profiting off of WiFi subscription fees.

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Guido G. Arnold says:

New communication technologie


I came across a web-site I entered it by mistake (I was looking for und I found out that they claim to have a technologie that replaces existing wireless communication und services by connecting mobiles to each other in a simple way. They say their technologie does not need cellular communication companies.

I was downloading their presentations und showing it to my bruder in law – he is a communication engineer working in wireless company – he said it will work.

I think it is putting the mobile communication business in big danger.


Guido G. Arnold

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