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ALSO CALLED: Roaming Services
DEFINITION: Roaming service is the ability to get access to the Internet when away from home at the price of a local call or at a charge considerably less than the regular long-distance charges. For example, if you normally get access to the Internet from an access provider in Brooklyn, New York and are travelling to Hong Kong, you can call a designated access provider in Hong Kong. Instead of paying long distance  … 

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Wi-Fi Isn't Dead! How Wi-Fi Is Empowering Today’s Mobile Workforce
sponsored by iPass Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Wi-Fi is back! Or more accurately, it never went away. Years after hearing that Wi-Fi was made obsolete by 3G and more recently 4G, Wi-Fi connectivity is increasing in importance for enterprises that support mobile employees - which is most companies today.
Posted: 14 Mar 2012 | Published: 14 Mar 2012

iPass Inc.
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