Monday, June 3, 2013

[Dean Bubley]: "Carrier Wi-Fi is a complex area"

My post on the upcoming carrier Wi-Fi regulation in Israel (here) seems to have made some impression on my colleague, Dean Bubley (pictured).

His recent post to Disruptive Analysis states that he "didn't see this coming at all", and while "it's worth commenting that there is free WiFi pretty much everywhere. Any restaurant or bar, as well as the airport, a lot of shopping malls and other public places, had free WiFi - either totally open or with a code provided for those who ask", Dean raises several points regarding this surprising act of the regulator.

See Dean's arguments - "Is Israel about to ban carrier WiFi offload?" - here.

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