Samsung launches free WiFi hotspot in India

  • August 24, 2021

Samsung has launched a free WiFi Hotspot that can be used by both local and international customers in India, offering a wide range of connectivity options.

The free WiFi WiFi hotspots offer local users free access to mobile hotspots and Wi-Fi hotspot services.

The company said it is the first hotspot provider in India to offer both local users and international users the opportunity to use the free WiFi.

“The free WiFi Wi-fi hotspot provides a simple, seamless way to connect to a network from anywhere in the world,” said Ramesh P. Sharma, chief executive officer, Samsung.

“We are delighted that the Indian government is offering an option for both local residents and international residents to connect and make their home lives easier.”

The free Wi-FI hotspot was launched in the capital New Delhi and other Indian cities, along with Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Chennai.

The service is available on Samsung’s popular Galaxy S III mobile phone platform.

In addition, users of the Galaxy S II smartphone can also use the WiFi hotsphere.

“This is an important step forward in bringing connectivity to people who are not connected to the Internet,” said Arvind Kumar, president of the Internet Society of India.

“There is a lack of connectivity and connectivity is an issue for millions of people in India.”

In India, mobile connectivity has become a key priority for many, especially in urban areas.

The availability of free WiFi and free access for local users is an opportunity for India to make connectivity available to the masses, said Rajiv Kumar, senior director, technology for the World Bank.

“Access to the internet is essential to make life better for millions, and providing free WiFi is a big step forward,” he added.

According to a report by Mint, the number of Indians accessing free WiFi has nearly doubled in the past two years.

This number has risen by around 30% in the last year.

The number of internet users accessing free WiFi has also increased by about 30% since 2010.

The internet access rate in India is still below 60% as compared to the US and Europe.

The government is also working to improve the quality of internet access in India.

Which device do you use most for your internet?

  • August 7, 2021

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‘Internet hotspot’ smartphone can stream video online – Independent

  • July 27, 2021

A smartphone can now stream online videos from its mobile hotspot.

The company behind the technology, which lets users connect to Wi-Fi networks, says it has “passed regulatory hurdles and been approved for widespread use”.

The company said it has successfully passed the FCC’s “internet service provider certification” (ISP) process and is now working on the next stage of regulatory approval.

“We’ve been granted a new, independent FCC licensing and regulatory review and will soon begin testing our technology on a number of new products,” said the company.

“The product will have a number at launch, but we have plans to roll out the product to more devices over time.”

The device can be plugged into a phone’s mobile hotspots to be able to access the internet on the device.

The device is only compatible with iPhones and iPads, and can be used to stream video to PCs or other devices.

The smartphone can also be used with streaming media players, such as Netflix or Hulu.

“It can play videos, stream music, play videos and play movies and TV shows from multiple devices,” the company said.

“With the device, you can access and view content on devices from a variety of manufacturers and brands.”

The company hopes to have the product on the market by the end of the year.

The first consumer device to support the feature, dubbed “Internet hotspots”, was launched by Samsung last month.

Samsung is also in the process of launching a smartphone that can stream content over Wi-I or 3G networks.

The phone can be connected to the device using an Ethernet cable or WiFi hotspot to stream content.

“There is a lot of interest in this technology,” said Mark McAfee, the president of marketing at Samsung Electronics.

“This is a very exciting time for video and Internet streaming.

We’re seeing a lot more people using their devices as video cameras and streaming devices to share content on the web and in other media.”

It’s not clear how many devices will be able use the device before the next wave of smartphone makers roll out compatible devices.