In game - does not exist

Conclusion - page should be part of Totally Wireless (aka TW@). smurfy (coms) 04:05, February 19, 2015 (UTC)

Before I merge this with Tw@, where's the proof that Totally Wireless and Tw@ are the same thing? Their names are different and to me are separate. If Totally Wireless is Tw@, how come it wasn't named that in GTA IV, etc? Smashbro8-Sig-pt1 (Smashbro8-Sig-pt2) 19:05, February 20, 2015 (UTC)Smashbro8

North Holland in GTA IV - labelled with both TW@ logo and "Totally Wireless" name. smurfy (coms) 19:20, February 20, 2015 (UTC)
TW@ GTAIV NorthHolland



The proof is right in front of your eyes, Smash. In the pics that Smur posted. The screenshoot shows that the internet cafe was named Wan Ka in the beta, but in the actual game the place is only named Totally Wireless Internet Cafe. Tw@ real name is Totally Wireless Internet Cafe, so both should be merged. DLVIIIL Talk 19:24, February 20, 2015 (UTC)

Well, to be honest, I had the same doubts about TW@ and the Little Seoul "Totally Wireless" stores being related, until I checked the North Holland store myself. The fact that there is still a TW@ branding on one of the 4 stores in GTA V doesn't help. smurfy (coms) 19:30, February 20, 2015 (UTC)


I think the Totally Wireless might be an motto, again, it's opinion, but the fact that it is below the logo and above the 'awning' kinda makes this clear, but, I could be wrong. MONKEYPOLICE188 (talk) | (stalk) 19:27, February 20, 2015 (UTC)

I agree. It looks more like a motto than a business name. In the GTA IV pic, the logo on the right says "Tw@ Internet Cafe". I think Totally Wireless and Tw@ are two different buildings. Their logos and business appearances are totally different. Totally Wireless is written in Korean and Tw@ reappears with its appearance from GTA IV. They should be separate. However, if they are split, I will merge Wan Ka with Totally Wireless. Smashbro8-Sig-pt1 (Smashbro8-Sig-pt2) 20:14, February 20, 2015 (UTC)Smashbro8

Same company, different logos?

The logo has changed 3 times, between 3D universe and GTA IV and then again between IV and V.

In the 2 stores in Little Seoul in GTA V, right around the corner from each other - the Korean characters are identical in the name, one uses the old logo, one uses the new green logo without the TW@.

The TW in TW@ clearly and undisputably stands for Totally Wireless as shown in the North Holland store in GTA IV. Another store using that name in GTA V while TW@ are still operating would be illogical. They are the same company. smurfy (coms) 07:31, February 21, 2015 (UTC)