In recent years, to satisfy people's need for wireless services, the number of access points of the 3G-based systems, WiFi and WiMAX has been increased exponentially by wireless service providers (WSPs). As a result, there are many WSPs coexisting in the same hotspot area, which drives price competition among WSPs. Existing researche shows that each WSP will lower its price to increase revenue or market share, and this kind of price competition will eventually damage every WSP with the revenue decrease. However in this paper, we show that there is another type of price competition, where the WSPs' decreasing or increasing price levels occurs periodically and there is no equilibrium point. We illustrate it by using an example of the duopoly price competition and suggest a simple regulation rule that leads to an equilibrium point. Moreover, we show that the equilibrium point is Pareto-optimal and is well balanced in the aspects of total revenue, fairness and social welfare.