A WORLD WITHOUT BORDERS

| June 27, 2018

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2.5 Billion of us carry smartphones. We all have to pay that monthly bill. Yet, on a daily basis, 76% of us find ourselves in a position where we cannot get online or where we cannot get online unless we pay again! Now consider this - 80% of us do not use all the bandwidth (data) allocated to us on our mobile phone contracts or home / business ISP contracts. What an incredible waste!

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