Nowadays, people seem to prefer wireless Internet network connections to the traditional cable-based Internet networks connections. That is especially the case for home and office applications. The question before us, then, is as to what is making people prefer wireless Internet networks.
The first thing that is making people prefer wireless Internet networks is the relative ease with which such networks can be set up, once you have the right equipment. Within as little as 10 minutes, you can have your network up and running: making it possible for you to, for instance, go to the SBCGlobal login page and sign into your SBCGlobal email account (specifically at Sbcglobal.net). Then, thanks to your new wireless connection, you can then proceed to make an email-based order for your favorite fast food from, say, Burger King. Using the cable-based networking model, you’d have to expend much more time and energy, to get the network running.
The second thing that is making people prefer wireless Internet networks is the ease of maintenance associated with the wireless networks.
The third thing that is making people to prefer wireless Internet networks is the aesthetic appeal associated with such networks: as people using wireless networks don’t have to keep on seeing ‘ugly’ cables all over (and risking tripping over such cables).