Goodspeed mobile broadband was launched with a handful of destinations in 2012. In May 2013 Goodspeed included already 9% of the earth’s landmass; now the service covers 56% of the globe. The Goodspeed service is available today in 60 key business destinations across the globe, including the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Russia, China and Europe.
From the very beginning Goodspeed has offered generous data allowances to travelers who need their wireless internet connection to work as seamlessly abroad as it does at home – and at reasonable prices. Although the data prices within the European Union will be cut again as of July 1st to €0.20 (or £16p) per Megabyte, the cost of roaming still remains high for those who depend on staying connected to get things done. Goodspeed has long since set its own standards for connectivity costs by offering high-speed internet connection with data rates starting at €0.006 per Megabyte. The same applies also outside the European Union. The daily data allowance of 500-1000MB, is available at the cost of a frappuccino, from €5.90.
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