Uros adds key Asia Pacific countries to its roaming solution

Goodspeed low-cost data roaming device adds 11 across Asia Pacific destinations

up to 10 SIMs in the Goodspeed

One of GoMo News‘ favourite roaming solutions – the Goodspeed from Uros has got even netter by adding in 11 new destinations across Asia Pacific. The device offers a transparent daily flat rate spells the end to data roaming bill shock for businesses worldwide. Essentially, the Goodspeed is a Wi-fi hotspot in your pocket. It’s an idea way of adding a mobile web connexion to your tablet or smartphone.

These new regions include Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. 

The Goodspeed service is enabled by the Goodspeed hotspot device that features slots for up to nine SIM cards, including user’s own SIMs.

The device and destination SIM cards can be acquired direct from www.getgoodspeed.com prior to travelling.

Tommi Uhari, CEO of Uros says, “Goodspeed’s global network is expanding at a phenomenal rate.”

“Having covered off the major regions in the Northern Hemisphere we now offer low-cost, fast mobile internet access in key business destinations in the Southern half of the world.”

He continued, “With network operator’s charging between £3-£8 per MB outside of the European Union (EU), receiving a huge data roaming bill is big concern for international travellers.”

“But offering the reassurance of a daily flat rate along with generous amounts of data, we have made data roaming a simple, transparent proposition for businesses and individual travellers, so they can concentrate on business matters at hand.”

The Goodspeed mobile hotspot is available from www.getgoodspeed.com and Amazon UK.

Full details from the Press release plus tech specs for the Goodspeed device are available here.

About Tony Dennis

Tony is currently Editor of GoMobile News. He's a veteran telecoms journalist who has previously worked for major printed and online titles. Follow him on Twitter @GoMoTweet.
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