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GlocalMe G2, a revolutionary smart 4G Wi-Fi hotspot



HONG KONG, July 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- uCloudlink is slated to initiate a revolutionary project for the world's first 4G global Wi-Fi hotspot: GlocalMe G2. Expected to be a very cool and effective product for businessmen and travelers around the world, GlocalMe's G2 project will be available on Kickstarter as of July this year.

Despite being a start-up company, uCloudlink is determined to change and positively transform lives by designing and creating very innovative products. The company's last product ? GlocalMe G1 ? was a hit in the market and has already received great reviews at major sales channels such as Amazon.com.

Now with GlocalMe G2, a revolutionary smart 4G Wi-Fi hot spot, people are set to enjoy a more secure and continuous internet connection without coverage limitations, compared to free WiFi. Similar to Google's Project Fi, GlobalMe G2 technology is all about having a portable network device that you can travel with around the globe and enjoy internet access to wherever you are. Aside from accessing the internet at an affordable price; users will also not have to buy local SIM cards of the countries they travel to with this product, or have to pay high roaming fees to mobile carriers. 

Unlike Google's Project Fi that restricts network connectivity to their Nexus models only, GlocalMe gives users the freedom to use any model with their network. As the Project Fi continues generating heated public debates, uCloudlink company is unveiling GlocalMe G2, which is the world's first portable 4G network device. The device is set to work like a smart hotspot, turning local 3G and 4G networks into WiFi signals in over 100 countries. With GlocalMe G2, people will also find it much easier to surf and make online voice calls on the Internet in all these countries. 

The company's top minds believe that this technology will become the future of the telecom industry.

"Cloud SIM technology is going to replace SIM cards in the near future. This will ultimately give people more freedom and effectiveness while travelling from one country to another," said James Ji, Project Director of GlocalMe G2.

GlocalMe G2 service also supports 100+ countries unlike Mifi rental requiring one to carry their SIM cards whenever travelling abroad. With all these amazing features, GlocalMe G2 is without a doubt expected to become the next big thing in the market. 

SOURCE Hong Kong uCloudlink Network Technology Ltd.


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