Consumers don't want (mobile carriers' vision of) wireless Internet

US Mobile phone users aren’t interested in wireless internet service, according to the Yankee Group: 82 percent of respondents said they did not use wireless Internet service.
About half of the nonusers either didn’t want to do so or didn’t need too.
16 percent said it was too expensive. Other reasons: it was too complicated, too slow, or not available in respondents’ area.
Now, think about the billions invested in 3G spectrum and infrastructure. That money is never coming back.