Reviews on the iPad

It’s been about a week and news, magazines, websites and (of, course) the blogs have been taking to their keyboards to weigh in on the iPad.  Reviews seem to be ranging from “I can’t wait to get my hands on one” to “What A Snore…”.  It seems to me, however, that reviews aside – this thing is going to be hot and pretty soon media outlets (websites, news organizations, etc.) are going to be scrambling to get their content formatted for the iPad in the same way that they did for the iPhone. 

The question still remains, though, how the heck is AT&T going to support, what will probably be a iPad-craze, over it’s already struggling 3G network.  We now know that AT&T 3G is struggling with supporting data usage, but with newssites now using words like: “iPad could ‘cripple’ 3G data network…”  As the Techword.com article mentions, “it is hard to imagine how AT&T will handle any additional influx in data demand on its already faltering network. AT&T’s issues with data speeds and 3G availability, and the finger-pointing as to whether AT&T or the iPhone itself is to blame have been a point of contention for months.”

It is obvious here that the solution is Wi-Fi networking and Cell-Fi, which allows the user to use their iPad, iPhone, Smartphone, Laptop, Netbook, etc. over Wi-Fi with faster data tranfer and, in the instance of the Smartphone, allows for voice use over Wi-Fi without the use of cell minutes.  Spot On covers more than 800,000 units across the country with their Wi-Fi networks. 

The next few months will be interesting and when the iPad hits, the Spot On Network will be ready to support fast data transfer with the device.  Spot On will be iReady when you are!

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