Finding a reliable internet connection when travelling from country to country continues to remain a big challenge for most of us. Hotels, Motels and guesthouses advertise that they have “Free Wi-Fi” but in most cases once logged in the connection is often slow, or, even worse, unusable. The same is common in coffee shops and airports. It can be very frustrating when you have an important email to send, or you need to research your next destination, do a video call or update your social media status before boarding a flight.

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