HONG KONG, July 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Kickstarter backers have spoken - GlocalMe, the new breakthrough in no-hassle, go-anywhere Internet access, is a smash-hit with the public sector. And even though their first hurdle has been reached, the company is just getting started.
GlocalMe's flagship unit, the G2, is a portable Wi-Fi hotspot that works internationally, in over 100 countries. Its functionality has been extensively tested in locations all over the globe. And for every successfully tested site, there's a review from a satisfied customer. It's made possible by their patented SIM Cloud technology, which makes the most out of the 3G and 4G infrastructure to automatically find the most accessible and affordable network.
The G2 is everywhere wireless users want to be, without the use of SIM Cards. The 6000 mAh battery pack boasts a 15-hour long battery life. It can power up to five devices, and the user can decide how much data is allocated to each device. Features such as USB and standard SIM ports allow for a custom experience and backward compatibility.
But aside from its impressive features, the pricing structure of the GlocalMe hub is what's making it out to be irresistible to backers. Compared to the major wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon, GlocalMe offers its data packages for fractions of pennies on the dollar. When paired with no roaming fees and a transparent fee structure, consumers wanted on board fast. GlocalMe offers its data packages as a pay-as-you-go service, without the use of contracts.
The popularity of GlocalMe serves as an example of how consumers want internet access to be --portable, long-lasting, and very affordable, like a utility. GlocalMe ends the frustrations that international travelers face with roaming charges and SIM incompatibility. And the company is rewarding consumers who have said yes to this new model with their own G2 hotspots, and ample data rewards for use on their system.
The GlocalMe G2 is the must-have for anyone who wants to redefine mobile access on their terms. Kevin Gao and his team have put together a system poised to unseat the telecom industry's overgenerous profit margins in favor of access on the people's terms.
With over 200 backers on Kickstarter pledging an average of $158 within the first day, imagine what can be done within the rest of the campaign's 43-day run. Everyone would surely love to know about such a sweeping development.