Sprint to Use Wi-Fi Offloading Technology
Oct 7, 2011, 9:07 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today said that part of its Network Vision plan is to add Wi-Fi offloading technology to its Wi-Fi equipped smartphones and other devices. This will allow smartphones to autmatically transition from 3G/4G networks to Wi-Fi and back as appropriate depending on coverage and network availability. Sprint believes offloading data traffic to Wi-Fi will help reduce congestion on its 3G/4G networks.
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If experience ia any guide, what begins as complaints about 'congestion' ends with cancellation of unlimited data plans.
Hopefully it works