Improving Quality of Service (QoS) in wireless networks is important and necessary for mobile users. We have previously proposed Comfort Route (CR) Navigation, which navigates users to their destinations using high QoS communication areas, such as Wi-Fi APs, rather than the geographical Shortest Route (SR). In this paper, we employ an analytical model to estimate the CR gain in a theoretical manner which assumes that available cellular and Wi-Fi throughputs are uniform within their coverage. The CR gain is computed by using basic parameters, including wireless network bandwidth and transmission time. To validate our model, we compare simulation results and real observation. These results conclude that the CR gain could estimate by using our analytical model.