Less hassle with travel

Start-up KeepGo ensures economical Internet connectivity while roaming

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September 17, 2015 13:01
4 minute read.
WiFi hotspot

WiFi hotspot allows connectivity for up to five devices. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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It all started when I was fed up with being at the mercy of airport and hotel lounges when trying to connect to WiFi while traveling abroad. I would look down at my device’s lonely “airplane mode” (WiFi only) icon and wait – hoping that it could add those reassuring connectivity arches.

But then the panic. Is the WiFi free? Would it load, but then dash my hopes of Internet connectivity by demanding credit-card information? In this day and age, in this globalized world where the majority of communication is done through the Internet and there’s a start-up or app for all of our worldly desires, surely I could find a company that provides wireless Internet access without having to connect to a local cell phone carrier.

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