Should I turn off mobile data when on Wi-Fi?

Does data and WiFi work at the same time?

You might have noticed when you turn on the WiFi on your device either connected to a WI-Fi hotspot or a router; the mobile data turns off. You are not able to use both at the same time.

Which is safer Wi-Fi or mobile data?

Transferring mobile data through a cellular network is much safer than using a public WiFi network. How? Data transferred through 5G, 4G LTE, and 3G connections are encrypted and your identity is authenticated and protected. In the case of public WiFi, however, the data is not secure.

What drains more battery Wi-Fi or mobile data?

Having Wi-Fi turned on drains your battery if you’re not using it, but if you’re on a wireless network, it’s more power-efficient to use Wi-Fi than to use cellular data, so switch to Wi-Fi instead of your mobile network when you can to save your phone’s battery life.

What is the safest Wi-Fi setting?

When choosing from among WEP, WPA, WPA2 and WPA3 wireless security protocols, experts agree WPA3 is best for Wi-Fi security. As the most up-to-date wireless encryption protocol, WPA3 is the most secure choice.