Verizon hotspot to be rolled out in Australia
A new mobile hotspots app will be rolled-out in Australia starting next month, the telco announced today.
Verizon says that, starting January 1, it will be the first country in the world to offer a mobile hotspan to users of its mobile hotsphere.
It’s not the first time Verizon has rolled out mobile hots-per-capita, with its mobile phone and internet plans in New Zealand, Canada and the US already offering this option.
The new hotspot will also be available in New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
It will be available on phones and tablets and is designed to give users access to up to four Wi-Fi hotspots, where they can connect to up 10 other users.
Verisign is working with a number of partners in the US and other countries to roll out hotspot apps, including Apple, Google and Microsoft.
It has a number to support.
We are working with many partners in many countries around the world and the number of Wi-Fares will be increasing over the next year.
Verizons Mobile Hotspot appThe hotspot service is being developed by a group of international telcos, including Verizon, Bell and Telstra.
Veritas is one of the world’s largest wireless operators and is owned by a consortium of three US companies, including Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile.