Devicescape survey finds majority of WiFi users not willing to pay

Devicescape's latest fourth quarter 2009 survey of WiFi usage indicates that the use of ad-supported free WiFi hotspots indicates an overall resistance to paying for WiFi. The majority of users, 67 percent, refuse to pay for WiFi, while a small percentages, 25 percent, are willing to pay up to $3 an hour for WiFi. Article

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