March 7, 2018
Wednesday March 7 2018
Today our world’s more mobile. More of us are on the move than ever. In some ways this is great, no more sitting in a stiff computer chair when you can work on the couch‚ in a cafe‚ or beyond.
The trade-off is connectivity becomes a bigger challenge. As the world becomes more mobile, deciding which option is best for staying online becomes harder. In the absence of a public Wi-Fi connection, it comes down to mobile data versus pocket Wi-Fi.
So which one is the best option for you? Let’s look now.
Why Mobile Data?
It’s not news smartphones are popular. Smartphones are good because they’re essentially universal. Everyone carries one, and everyone always has it on them. In fact, stats from January 2018 hold 51.92% of web traffic now comes via smartphone -and that stat is only set to grow.
For those seeking a quick and simple online hookup, using your smartphone as a hotspot can be great. It’s actually the default choice for many needing portable Wi-Fi.
But smartphones can be bad. There’s the low battery issues. There’s the clash with other apps. There can even be a dreaded auto-update that can … Click to continue reading