4G Wireless – The Magic Wand "Some men and women see things as they are and say why;" said George Bernard Shaw. A few years from now, the whole world would be connected wirelessly with a number of satellites. Instead of tracking the itinerary in developed countries, developing countries would go to the most modern technology and go wireless. If the poor in the world also get the power of cheap wireless technology, including toll free numbers, to talk to their governments and order economic development tools such as bank loans, roads, schools, and hospitals. Wireless freedom would increase millions of entrepreneurs. The problems that micro-enterprises faced in addressing the vulnerability of accessing the larger public market and its market information would overcome, profitable channels to reach the world's consumers. Farmers and fishermen can discover markets and present where they can get the best value for their products. This will provide a significant opportunity for the poor to rise from poverty. Going wireless in the rural segment will be that the message will spruce down rural areas into urban migration by creating better employment and livelihoods in rural areas through small businesses and micro enterprise improvements. Micro-business owners can turn their revenue into revenue-generating units by seamlessly registering product information into large online markets without the need for computers, the technical and social-economic gaps created by the digital divide will come out. It would allow immediate access to help during civil emergencies and natural disasters, saving thousands of lives. Wireless communication will increase access to healthcare services in the world's most remote corners. Telemedicine services, including remote diagnosis and treatment advice and increased access to current market and price information, become the norm. Wireless communication will to a large extent reduce opportunities for transactions for farmers and rural-based traders. It will support educational services including distance.