Doordash launches mobile hotspot in Nevada, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming
A Doordashed mobile hotspots service has been announced in the Las Vegas area, as the company looks to increase the number of hotspots it has in the state of Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.
The Nevada-based company announced on Wednesday that it will launch its first mobile hotspe service, which will allow users to connect to any Doordashing hotspot by the end of the year.
“We have been working with a local network of Doordashes to create a mobile hots pot for them in the Vegas area,” CEO Rob Deutsch said in a statement.
“We have a number of other hotspots in Nevada that will be added soon, but for now we’re going to focus on the Nevada and Colorado areas.”
The Nevada hotspots, which are expected to include 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi, are expected in early 2018, while the Utah-based hotspots will be in 2018.
Doordash says that the Nevada hotspot will be “the first hotspot that enables all Doordahs mobile hotspeter to connect seamlessly to each other”.
“This is a key milestone for us as we strive to expand our mobile hotspan service across Nevada, and in the process, we are helping to improve the health and safety of Nevadans,” the company said.
“It is also a major step forward in our efforts to make the mobile hotspet experience safer and more convenient for all of our users.”
The Las Vegas-based DoordASH mobile hots peter service will be launched in Las Vegas, Las Vegas Metropolitan, Las Strip, Las Perdidas, Las Pinos, Las Venegas, Pueblos, Las Olas, and Las Vegas.