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Mondicon Set To Debut We.Stream The Best Way For Travelers Abroad, To Internet, At CES 2018

habitaware-ces-banner-720 Mondicon Set To Debut We.Stream The Best Way For Travelers Abroad, To Internet, At CES 2018Eureka Park Preview: Mondicon, A Global Leader In Challenging Internet Delivery, Set To Debut Amazing Cloud Sim Secure Hotspot, We.Stream, At CES 2018

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Mondicon, a startup based in The Netherlands is no stranger to providing internet connectivity in challenging situations. They’ve spent the last four years working on ways to better serve the cruise ship industry. People traveling aboard a cruise ship want the same connectivity that they have at home. They want to be able to add their cruise experience to their SnapChat stories and Facebook profiles. Don’t believe us, survey respondents continually say lack of connectivity is one of the biggest challenges, on even the best of cruise ships.

Mondicon has cultivated relationships with a variety of carriers that can all be accessed via their SIM card aboard cruise ships. This isn’t any ordinary sim card though, rather than looking for one specific service, the Mondicon cruise ship SIM card looks for the best signal and throughput to provide cruise travelers with the best possible connectivity and wifi experience, again so they can share their trips with the world.

While travelers across the globe will rejoice with the thought of having better internet connectivity on cruise ships, and yes, the cruise ship industry may see a boost as this technology continues to roll out, Mondicon now wants to deliver similar technology to the international traveler.

At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Mondicon is set to debut We.Stream a secure mobile WiFi hotspot with embedded cloud technology to enable unlimited data in 100 countries, including the U.S. and China.

We.Stream solves a known problem for international travelers who want or need to keep in touch with business partners, family or friends. Currently, when venturing abroad, many travelers have to resort to using internet via smartphones or tablets to keep in touch with others, or when conducting professional or personal business online. Roaming charges or international data plans through traditional providers are often prohibitively expensive. Travelers use public WiFi as an alternative for the high data roaming charges, but this comes with high security risks. We.Stream offers the solution to this problem, with affordable mobile data plans in more than 100 countries, such as China, Australia, Brazil, USA and all of Europe. Through We.Stream, travelers can carry their own pocket-sized secure WiFi-hotspot with them at all times.” Robert Pronk, the Marketing Manager for Mondicon/We.Stream told nibletz.com in an interview.

The We.Stream device means that travelers are no longer restricted by the coverage maps of their own carriers or very costly roaming rates and international data charges. This also means that frequent travelers don’t need to worry about buying SIM cards for every country they travel to.

The Netherlands seems to be making incredible leaps and bounds in international travel related technology. We just recently wrote about Travis the Translator, a pocket sized, real time translator, also developed in the Netherlands. Now when you travel with We.Stream and Travis you’ll be able to talk to whoever you want, both on the Internet and in person.

See this incredible secure WiFi hotspot, We.Stream, at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th in Eureka Park, booth #51522 and online at we.stream

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