what the differences bewteen 3g and wifi?
asked by A. Harvey on December 17, 2012
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3G is a wireless Internet connection provided by a cellphone company such as Verizon wireless. It allows a 3G device to connect to the Internet anywhere that a cellphone could have service. These devices require a contract from a cellphone provider and a monthly fee to use their service. Wifi connects to a local wireless network, such as those found in your home or at a coffee shop, to connect to the Internet. This is usually free but restricts you to only certain locations.
Chris Osman answered on December 18, 2012
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3g is internet provided by a cell phone network such as at&t or verizon. Wifi is wireless internet from a wireless router like most people have in Their homes
Chris answered on December 18, 2012
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