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Trustive’s seamless WiFi access now available on Google Android

Posted by Trustive on January 7, 2010

Trustive, a leading international WiFi access provider and No 1 in Europe, is very proud to be launching a new version of its MyHotspotter WiFi client (connection management software) for Google AndroidTM.

Trustive’s strategy has long been to provide a viable alternative to traditional 3G roaming. WiFi is cheaper, faster and easier than 3G and demand for WiFi is increasing exponentially thanks to the growing popularity of an ever increasing range of WiFi enabled devices, from smartphones, to laptop computers, to handheld gaming devices.

Like its MacBook, ASUS Eee PC and Windows counterparts, MyHotspotter for Android, which is available for free download from the Android Market, detects and automates access to Trustive’s international WiFi hotspot network.

Trustive’s WiFi service enables travellers to keep in touch with friends and family as normal using VoIP (e.g. skype), IM chat (e.g. MSN, Yahoo chat) and websites such as Facebook and Twitter. With no download quotas or hidden costs (unlike 3G tariffs), data heavy tasks such as checking e-mails, video streaming and uploading and downloading photos are also feasible.

Christian VanGhelder, managing director of Trustive said “We’ve been very pleased with the success of our Easy WiFi app [a free MyHotspotter app for iPhone and iPod Touch that was launched in March 2009] and are confident that Google Android users will quickly see the benefits of such a seamless, low-cost WiFi access service too.”

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2 Responses to “Trustive’s seamless WiFi access now available on Google Android”

  1. kathleen said

    Can I purchase Trustive on the main website and then down the app and have it run on my Android phone?

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