U.S. telecom provider Cablevision Systems Corp. said Monday it will launch low-cost “all-WiFi” cellphone service next month, with unlimited talk, text and data. The company said in a release that the service, called Freewheel, will work anywhere around the world where a WiFi signal is accessible, and it is the “first all-WiFi service to be introduced by a cable provider.” The service won’t work if the phone isn’t connected to a WiFi signal, it added. Freewheel will cost $30 US a month, and $10 US a month for customers of Cablevision’s Optimum Online service. It will be available only on Lenovo Group Ltd.'s Moto G smartphone, with no annual contract, Cablevision said. The company said it has made a “significant investment in building its robust WiFi network” since 2007, which now has 1.1 million access points, it added. “There has been a dramatic shift in how consumers use their mobile devices; today, it’s all about data, and WiFi is now preferred and clearly superior to cellular,” chief operating officer Kristin Dolan said in the press release.