A hefty international data roaming bill is definitely not something you want to come home to after an overseas trip. The necessity of having a good Internet connection equally affects business and leisure travellers; having access to international data roaming is rated as one of the most important things about going abroad. However the hassle of finding wireless hotspots or having to pay exorbitant prices for roaming data can really put a dent in your travel budget and spirits. My Webspot solves the dilemma by letting Aussies take control of their Internet connectivity when travelling through Europe by providing unlimited 4G Internet.
The portable My Webspot device is cost effective and convenient – you can get online anywhere in Europe for as little as 5€ and connect to the largest broadband network in Europe. For only 10€ per day, the equivalent of about AUD$15, you can access unlimited 4G Internet and zap those international data roaming charges from your service provider back home. The convenience, affordability and mobility of My Webspot gives travellers the freedom to stay connected via Skype and social media. Document your adventures across Europe and never hunt for hotspots again. My Webspot gives travellers high quality Internet that won’t drop out in the middle of a Skype call with your loved ones. If you’re depending on having a steady and reliable connection, My Webspot is the perfect solution.
My Webspot is able to connect up to 10 users or devices simultaneously and can be delivered to your hotel or location before you even get there. Travellers don’t have to be held hostage to the charges of international data roaming – The My Webspot router is designed to suit families or large groups, making it even more cost effective when the cost is being split amongst several users. When put to the test, Australian journalist Carol Duncan said she was extremely happy with the product and its competitive pricing.
“With unlimited access to 4G Internet everywhere in Europe, I could easily continue to conduct work in Australia and get files and images sent back easily, hold lengthy meetings on Skype, upload videos and photos to Facebook, and I no longer had to search for cafes with free WIFI or pay outrageous data roaming fees.”