Sorry for sounding dumb but my friend's situation really confused me.
When you get a phone like the Nokia N95, 5800 etc which come with built in Wi-Fi....Is there completely no extra charge for me to connect to my wireless router at home and browse the internet? All I pay is for my home broadband and I can browse what I like on my phone (eg bbc news, facebook etc no downloads).
My friend went to the US with his n95 on Three and was using wifi at a cafe which was apparently free but he came home to an £80 bill? Three argued for over a month that using Wifi is chargeable even if its to your home wireless router?
Can anyone offer some insight? I just assumed if I get a wifi phone then it'd save me turning on a computer/laptop just to check hotukdeals, news anf facebook! Now my friend pays £5 extra a month for unlimited internet instead of using the wifi.
Sorry if I sound completely clueless...