Over the next four years, more consumers will come to rely on Wi-Fi technologies for in-home broadband connectivity, according to a report from iGR that predicts Wi-Fi devices will account for 86% of broadband data use by 2017. "In-home data usage is a precursor to outside-the-home usage," said Iain Gillott, iGR founder and president. "If a user gets accustomed to streaming music over an in-home cable/Wi-Fi network, then that same user is likely to stream their music when they step outside the home."

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