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Trustive proves that it’s truly dedicated to travellers by announcing another significant network expansion!

Posted by Trustive on April 12, 2011

Trustive, a leading worldwide mobile internet access provider and the No1 WiFi access provider in Europe, is very proud to be announcing a significant increase in its WiFi coverage. The recent addition of a further 40,000 locations brings Trustive’s WiFi network to an impressive 220,000 premium WiFi hotspots across 130 countries.
This latest WiFi network expansion serves to consolidate Trustive’s presence around the world, in particular in the US, UK, Malta and France. With 118,000 WiFi hotspots in Asia, 90,000 WiFi hotspots in Europe, 11,000 WiFi hotspots in North America and 2500 WiFi hotspots in Latin America, Trustive is the ideal choice for frequent travellers. In addition to good geographical coverage, Trustive aims to provide WiFi access in premium venues frequented by business and leisure travellers alike; such as 750 airport locations, 38,500 bars & restaurants (including chains such as Starbucks and Caffe Nero), and 35,000 hotels (including brands such as Radisson SAS, Ramada Jarvis, Holiday Inn, Thistle Hotel, Hilton) to name but a few.
Christian VanGhelder, Managing Director of Trustive confirms that “Trustive understands the need to stay connected when travelling and more importantly to use WiFi access wherever possible because it is far cheaper than 3G. This latest expansion and consolidation of Trustive’s international WiFi coverage will therefore be of great interest to Trustive’s customer base of international travellers.”
Trustive’s WiFi network incorporates the networks of over 80 international hotspot operators and so recommends that customers rely on the free WiFi software (available for various devices via www.trustive.com) in order to automatically detect and connect to Trustive WiFi hotspots. For up-to-date information regarding Trustive’s entire network of 220,000 premium WiFi hotspots, customers are encouraged to consult Trustive’s online WiFi hotspot locator (www.trustive.com/hotspots/).

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Trustive gives travellers comprehensive WiFi coverage by combining the hotspot locations of more than 70+ leading WiFi operators into one unified, global network of 220,000+ WiFi hotspots in 130 countries (including more than 750+ airports internationally) and allowing Trustive customers access to these locations through a single click (single username and password plus a range of WiFi software for both computers and smartphones that automate the log in process). For more information about Trustive’s range of mobile internet access services or to consult Trustive’s online coverage directory, please visit www.trustive.com.

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Trustive announces a further expansion of its premium mobile internet service, with coverage growing from 70 to 110 countries!

Posted by Trustive on June 22, 2010

Trustive is very proud to be able to announce that its international mobile internet service is now available in 110 countries, making Trustive the No1 WiFi access provider in Europe and probably the largest mobile internet access provider in the world too.

Trustive offers travellers extensive WiFi coverage by combining the hotspots of more than 70 leading WiFi operators 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 range of WiFi clients for both computers and smartphones that automate the log in process). Trustive recently extended their service offering to include a combined mobile internet pass providing international WiFi and 3G data roaming access in order to provide their customers with even greater coverage and flexibility.

This rapid expansion is testament to Trustive’s commitment to continually improve the mobile internet service offered to its community of international travellers. The extended footprint includes popular holiday destinations such as Barbados, Bermuda, Cambodia, Colombia, Fiji, New Caledonia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Philippines, Samoa, San Marino, South Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Maldives. For more information regarding Trustive’s entire network of 140,000 WiFi hotspots, customers are encouraged to consult Trustive’s online WiFi hotspot locator. Trustive’s online hotspot locator tool enables customers to locate Trustive hotspots using either the freestyle (search by address, postcode or city) or browse search tools, filter search results according to hotspot type (e.g. hotel, airport, bar/restaurant etc.) and then plan their journeys and WiFi access in advance. Hotspot results can even be downloaded and imported into various GPS systems (Tomtom, Garmin, Navman or Navigon)..

Christian VanGhelder, managing director for Trustive explains that “Coverage, cost and easy access are the key concerns for travellers. We completely understand that travellers want to maintain their ‘online’ lifestyles wherever they may be. That’s why we extended our service offering to include not just a premium WiFi service, which is ideal for bandwidth heavy activities (YouTube, Facebook, multimedia file sharing etc.), but also a ‘back up’ 3G internet service for when WiFi is unavailable. With our WiFi hotspot locator, we also strive to make planning your trip and staying connected whilst you are abroad as easy and as affordable as possible.”

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Trustive can now access over 2,000 China Mobile WiFi hotspots, supported by Coordinate Technologies

Posted by Trustive on July 22, 2009

china_coverage(LR)Coordinate Technologies, a leading provider of wireless data interconnectivity services, and Trustive, a leading international WiFi hotspot access provider and No 1 in Europe, announced today that they have finalized a roaming connection with China Mobile.  Trustive customers will gain immediate access to over 2,000 China Mobile Hotspots, including Beijing Capital and Shanghai Pudong International Airport.  China Mobile is upgrading their WiFi network and will be adding significantly more hotspots in 2009.  China Mobile has selected Coordinate Technologies to provide centralised Authentication, Authorisation and Accounting (AAA) services for roaming service providers seeking wireless internet access.

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.  Trustive enables customers access to these locations through a single click (single username and password plus a WiFi client that automates the log in process).

Caroline Berry, Sales & Marketing Director of Trustive says: “Trustive has been Europe’s number one WiFi access provider for a number of years now, but with this partnership, Trustive is really reinforcing its presence globally – Asia Pacific is a growing market and Trustive is therefore very excited to be able to offer its customers even more premium hotspots in this region.”

Coordinate Technologies provides wireless data interconnectivity and other value added services to over 20 leading telecom operators.  Coordinate operates a post-paid WiFi roaming access gateway for China Mobile, and provides specialist WiFi interconnectivity services for Tomizone and China Unicom.  Arthur Holcombe, VP Business Development at Coordinate Technologies stated: “We are excited to be working with Trustive to support their customers roaming onto Chinese WiFi hotspots.”

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