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This article investigates the issue of determining an appropriate pricing strategy for voice over WLAN provisioning. This is performed by first framing the voice services in a tunable QoS scenario. The analysis is then performed with the awareness that in a WLAN system the tariff payment determines price-based access regulation, which implies a different service perception because of the modified network conditions. For this reason, we apply a micro-economic framework that considers thedoi:10.1109/mwc.2006.1593519 fatcat:5cbex2a3mjb7zdgu3bjdg2ylqy