Trustive expands its coverage in South Africa in time for the World Cup 2010!
Trustive, a leading international WiFi access provider and No 1 in Europe, is very proud to announce a significant expansion in their WiFi coverage across South Africa, thanks to a new partnership agreement with WirelessG. This increase brings Trustive’s total South African footprint to 1000+ premium WiFi hotspots, which are located in all the major cities (Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria, etc.) as well as at Cape Town, Johannesburg & Durban International Airports.
Trustive understands the need to stay connected when travelling and more importantly to use WiFi access wherever possible because it is far cheaper, faster and easier than 3G and so this latest expansion in Trustive’s coverage will of course be music to the ears of any football fans and sports journalists who plan on making the pilgrimage to South Africa for this year’s football World Cup.
Christian VanGhelder, managing director of Trustive confirms that “Trustive is continually striving to expand its global WiFi network to include ever more hotspots in premium locations in order to offer as comprehensive a footprint as possible to both business and leisure travellers alike. For example, we are proud to be present in key hotels chains such as Radisson SAS, City Lodge, Holiday Inn, Southern Sun and Sun International as well as in popular restaurant chains such as McDonalds, Mugg & Bean, Seattle Coffee Company and Café Dulce.”
Trustive already gives travellers comprehensive WiFi coverage by combining the hotspot locations of more than 70 leading WiFi operators into one unified, global network of 90,000+ WiFi hotspots (including more than 350+ airports internationally) and allowing Trustive customers access to these locations through a single click (single username and password plus a range of WiFi clients for both computers and smartphones that automate the log in process). The variety of Trustive WiFi access passes (including both prepaid accounts and monthly subscriptions), combined with a ‘per second’ billing system make Trustive a reliable, low-cost and flexible choice for both occasional and frequent users alike.
Click here for more information about Trustive's World Cup 2010 coverage.