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Portable WIFI is ready for a revive!

As travelers, we rely on internet connectivity to plan our itineraries, navigate unfamiliar destinations, and stay in touch with loved ones. Portable WiFi is a crucial, but often overlooked tool that allows us to stay connected on the go. It can be shared with multiple people, making it a cost-effective and convenient option for groups. In addition, portable WiFi networks are private, making them a safer alternative to using public WiFi networks.

Traditionally, using or obtaining portable WiFi was already better than SIMs & expensive data bundles, but the process was still imperfect and time-consuming. Owning a portable WiFi router requires a trip to a local shop to purchase a SIM card, which can be a hassle, especially in a foreign country where you may not speak the language. Additionally, SIM cards often have limited data bundles, requiring multiple cards or the need to top up the data via another device if more is needed. Renting a portable WiFi router is another option, but it still involves the inconvenience of having the device shipped to you or your hotel, and then returned via post when you are finished with it.

This is where HUBBY to go comes in, offering a streamlined process for obtaining portable WiFi. The company has developed "portable WiFi rental stations" located in hotel lobbies, where travelers can easily rent a portable WiFi router by scanning a QR code. The router can be returned to the station to charge overnight, making it a convenient and hassle-free option. In addition, an entire family can use the router, making the cost more affordable when shared. HUBBY to go is currently available in 75 hotels and is rapidly expanding globally.

In today's connected world, reliable and convenient access to WiFi is more important than ever. HUBBY to go is revolutionizing the way travelers stay connected, and we look forward to seeing the company expand to more locations in the future. If you want to stay connected while on the go, give HUBBY to go a try - you won't be disappointed.

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