Originally Posted by gfm198
Everyone seems to say Wi Fi is free, so why is it that networks supply you with a set amount of Wi Fi data to use before charging you???
Simply saying, wi-fi is free when provided by the location, like a mall, or at coffee shop.
When you leave the wi-fi place, you will have no more wi-fi to get on internet. Then comes the paid required 3G/4G data for internet browsing. Does that help you with your question?