Data roaming is a key issue for business travellers and even with the European Union price cap the EU citizens are paying as much as £0.17 per MB used. For the average businessman this equates to a daily cost of £51 per day to remain in contact with the business. Uros Ltd, the provider of Goodspeed mobile internet service coverage, announced the addition of the Netherlands, bringing the total number of roaming-free Goodspeed countries around the world to 65.
Goodspeed users can now consume in the Netherlands up to 500 MB of data a day for just £4.90 (or $7.99), obliterating the data roaming costs in the country for business travellers who depend on a data connection.
Tommi Uhari, CEO of Uros, comments: “The addition of the Netherlands to our portfolio of countries is important because of the high volume of business trade that the country performs. It also means that we now cover the whole of Western Europe, alongside the vast majority of Asia, North and South America, China, Russia and Australia. Goodspeed users can now be assured a simple, secure and predictable connection in most of the world’s key trading nations.”
Goodspeed mobile Wi-Fi helps companies overcome their mobile connectivity challenges. The service is enabled by the Goodspeed hotspot, which can accommodate up to nine destination SIM cards, including the user’s own SIMs. The device and destination SIM cards can be purchased from goodspeed.io before travelling. With Goodspeed, international travellers can create a private WLAN network and share the connection with up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices, and use data as if at home for a predictable fixed fee.