How much does it cost to use Wi-Fi?
The average internet bill in the U.S. is $64/mo. Most internet providers have plans starting around $40/mo., but that’s not usually what you’ll end up paying — taxes, fees and equipment costs typically add on around $15 more. In some areas, internet plans can run much higher, up to $100/mo. or more for select plans.
Why am I being charged for data when using Wi-Fi?
If you don’t have cellular data in your package or have a limited amount available each month, you will be billed whenever you cross that limit. Unfortunately, sometimes that happens without the knowledge of the user. This means your phone is still using data even though you have Wifi turned on.
Is it cheaper to have Wi-Fi or data?
At the end of the day, WiFi allows you to connect to the internet more freely, since it is wireless, accessible by many devices and cheaper than cellular data.