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Most cellphones today have the capability of going online wireless thanks to 3G and Wi-Fi. Now you may ask which one should you choose? Let us look at the advantages of both 3G and WiFi before you make your decision on which of the two will suit you.

Let us talk about WiFi first. WiFi is faster than 3G and you can connect to a WiFi if you have a WiFi network in your house or in your office. Other places that have WiFi are cafes, libraries, hotels and bars. The disadvantage of this is that you still have to find a WiFi network so that you can connect to the internet. Cafes and bars will charge you if you are going to use their WiFi and they are password protected so you cannot just hook up and connect with WiFi networks in public.

3G is exclusively a mobile telecommunications network which provides wireless internet access. Usually it depends on your cellphone service provider on what contract terms and deals you will have for your 3G.

You may say that WiFi is better because it has a faster connection but if you travel a lot and you spend a lot of time in planes, trains, ships and work while you travel, then 3G is a better option. However, 3G can also have erratic signals and they can totally lose signal in some areas. If your usual day to day routine is just home and work then it would be better to just stay with the WiFi option.

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