iPhone beats Android in Wi-Fi vs 3G/4G debate

Pocket-Lint: A comScore report has found that iPhone owners are more likely to use Wi-Fi to connect to the internet than their Android smartphone-sporting chums. Analysing the markets in both the US and UK, the study states that of 71 per cent of iPhone users in the States use both Wi-Fi and mobile broadband compared to 87 per cent of UK iPhone users, while 29 and 13 per cent respectively use just mobile broadband (3G).

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