Ok try this, although I'm not sure if you are taking the proverbial.
No I'm not.
For once I'm being serious.
I understand the Wireless router at my home sending a wi-fi signal to my devices.
But I don't have a router.
I use a 4G USB stick.
Thanks for your help but I'm still a confused old man.
I think my confusion is "not understanding if there's a difference between Wi-Fi and 4G".
When I go to Daylesford, my 4G signal becomes 3G and the signal strength is appalling. Virtually unusable.
But my iPhones 3G signal is very strong.
Both are with Telstra.
So I have to hot spot my laptop to connect via my phone.
Does my 4G USB stick use the same wireless signal as my iPhone?
It appears to me it doesn't.