Editorial: What's wrong with 3G?

Jan 30 2004 - 05:17 PM ET | 3G
Anthony Newman over at infoSync World has an editorial that discusses the problems of 3G. It's a quick read, but makes some good points. bq. "A couple of years ago, 3G was all the rage, especially here in the UK. Our mobile networks nearly bankrupted themselves splashing out billions of pounds on contracts to run third-generation networks, and the media was buzzing with speculation. bq. Now, in 2004, the UK has one 3G network, Three, run by Hutchinson Telecom. Despite heavy promotion and some seriously cheap offers, the network has made little impact on the phones one sees out-and-about, and more importantly hasn't changed the way people use those phones."