So, get a WiFi-powered Nokia and pay $8 a month for worldwide Boingo WiFi access.
Get a PC with WiFi and pay $39 a month for the same thing.
Presumably they're assuming that PC users either (a) have more money or (b) use more data
Seems like a great way to ensure lots more people start using their phone as a modem, to connect their PCs....
Either way, it makes a bit of a mockery of Nokia's claim that an N-series 'multimedia computer' is a replacement for a full PC. Although to be fair, nobody believed that anyway.
Speaking Engagements & Private Workshops - Get Dean Bubley to present or chair your event
Need an experienced, provocative & influential telecoms keynote speaker, moderator/chair or workshop facilitator?
To discuss Dean Bubley's appearance at a specific event, contact information AT disruptive-analysis DOT com