Mobile broadband has come on in leaps and bounds over the last year and seems to have the upper hand over Wi-Fi which is often limited to zones, but offers a good service none the less.
But which is better Wi-Fi or mobile broadband?
There is probably no straight forward answer because people use the services differently.
Currently, though, it would seem that Wi-Fi has the edge if you are not travelling around, whereas for those people who are on the road so to speak, then it’s mobile broadband that comes out on top.
Like all technology choices what is best normally means what works for the user.
This is because the demands of each user, on the technology they use, are different.
In general Wi-Fi is faster than mobile broadband, while mobile broadband has better coverage, and as for the price, Wi-Fi can be free in some places and mobile broadband can cost as little as £12 per month.