The U.K. and other countries that allow internet service through a mobile broadband provider like TalkTalk are increasingly turning to a technology called a cordless telephony service.
But the U,S.
and most other countries are still relying on copper wires.
But that’s about to change.
The U.N. International Telecommunication Union, a U.NAI-accredited body that advises governments and international organizations, recently issued a report that calls for developing “Cordless Internet Service” or “CIS,” a wireless device that allows consumers to have internet access without having to pay a fee.
In addition to making internet service available for free, the device could also provide coverage that would otherwise be impossible.
Cord-free wireless service is already available in some parts of the U-S.
for about $35 per month, according to the wireless provider TalkTalk.
The company says that, compared to a monthly broadband bill, the service is free for the first year.
In the U., that’s $15 for the year.
But if you want more coverage, you’ll need to upgrade to a higher-priced service, such as a higher broadband package.
And that could mean more money for your phone bill.
Cable companies and telecoms are competing to provide wireless service to U.