Posted by Trustive on May 29, 2009
According to Admob’s April 2009 report, the iPhone and iPod Touch’s dominance of mobile web traffic continues almost unchecked by rivals, despite the fact that their market share is quite small (8%). Last month the iPhone generated 43% of mobile web requests and 65% of HTML usage!!
This is why WiFi clients such as Trustive’s Easy WiFi are so important, providing seamless, one-click access to a global network of WiFi hotspots. WiFi is cheaper, faster and easier than 3G and so any iPhone/iPod Touch user who hasn’t already sorted out a low-cost, international WiFi access account should visit www.trustive.com without delay!
Check out Admob’s April 2009 report >>
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Posted by Trustive on May 27, 2009
The recent decision by the European Commission to impose a cap on roaming charges for data and SMS will force mobile operators to cut their roaming charges. However, consumers should not be lulled into a false sense of security by this decision and, for the savvy consumer, WiFi will remain the most reliable and cost effective solution for international data roaming.
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Posted by Trustive on May 7, 2009
Trustive is calling on its customers to share the good news with their friends and family about Trustive’s seamless, low-cost and high-speed, global WiFi access service.
Trustive, a leading international WiFi hotspot access provider and number 1 in Europe, not only believes whole heartedly in the quality and usability of the service it provides but also values the feedback and input of its customers. It was therefore only a matter of time before Trustive launched an ‘introduce a friend’ campaign in order to enable its community members to share the good news with their friends and family whilst earning valuable Trustive loyalty points. Trustive loyalty points are redeemable against a catalogue of rewards, ranging from Amazon gift vouchers to a 2nd generation, 16GB iPod Touch (iTouch).
This ‘introduce a friend’ campaign comes only days after Trustive launched its online presence through the creation of a Trustive Facebook page, MySpace group and Twitter profile and is in line with Trustive’s desire to really interact with customers and create an online, interactive community in which customers are encouraged to provide feedback, share with their friends and keep up-to-date with Trustive news and developments.
Trustive has spent the last 5 years investing in and developing its WiFi hotspot network and today gives travellers extensive WiFi coverage by combining WiFi hotspot locations in 65+ countries into one unified, global network of WiFi hotspots and allowing Trustive customers access to these locations through a single click (single username and password plus a WiFi client that automates the log in process). Trustive provides WiFi access in: internet cafés, convention centres, hotels, camp sites, attractions, marinas, golf courses, ferry boats/cruise ships, stadiums/sport venues, libraries, theatres, hospitals, car dealerships, phone booths, bus/train stations, stores/shopping centres, airports, leisure facilities, bar and restaurants, airport lounges, outdoor/city-wide locations, parks and petrol stations. The variety of Trustive access packages, including both pre-paid and monthly subscriptions, combined with a ‘per second’ billing system make Trustive a reliable, affordable and flexible choice for both occasional and frequent users alike.
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