3rd June, 2013 – Finland – Uros Ltd today revealed a group of new additions to its coverage map. The Goodspeed traveller’s Internet service has been previously available in Russia and large part of Europe. The latest accretion to the Goodspeed network covers Slovenia, Croatia, the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Belarus and Liechtenstein.
The Goodspeed service for each now to be launched country is priced at 5.90€ per day of use and contains 500MB of mobile data making it a good option for a traveller needing to stay connected. The Goodspeed mobile hotspot that enables the service, is available in Amazon and costs 269€ or 219£. The monthly fee, which includes automatic updates, account statements and destination management, is priced at 9.90€.
Tommi Uhari, CEO at Uros said: “Seven new markets at one go is a great addition to the Goodspeed Internet service and supports nicely our existing coverage. As to international traveller connectivity, Europe is now finally unifying and we are proud to be part of that process. Now we want to see the same thing happen also outside Europe. We invite all the operators throughout the world to join the Goodspeed family and make easy connectivity abroad reality also globally.”
Since last September when the Goodspeed service was launched, Uros has rapidly expanded the coverage from the original seven European destinations to twenty-three countries, including the previous one, Russia. Building a truly global Internet solution that supports the mobile way of communicating is well on the way.
About Uros Ltd: Uros Ltd is the provider of GOODSPEED, a revolutionary solution for international Internet access. The company is headquartered in Oulu, Finland and built of a seasoned team of mobile professionals. Since the launch of GOODSPEED in the autumn of 2012, Uros has rapidly expanded the service to cover Europe and Russia with plans to build a global solution for travellers througout the world. More information regarding the company is available at uros.com.