Are you sick and tired of being nickeled and dimed for pay as you go internet? At TruConnect, we were too. That’s one of the reasons why our company was founded. TruConnect was started by a group of leaders in the wireless industry who thought you, the consumer, deserved better than expensive data plans, hard to get out of contracts.
Just like you, we are savvy tech consumers and we knew there was a better way to be able to get Internet on the run whether through your laptop, touchpad or mobile device without having to go through the rigmarole of paying for each minute you’re on the Internet. Especially when you are traveling and the price of wireless internet at hotels and airports comes at a premium.
At TruConnect, we’ve come up with a simple, straightforward and fast way to stay connected. And it’s all based on usage. We believe in the motto, if you don’t use it, you shouldn’t have to pay for it. Like every American out there, we know you have your monthly expenses, but why should you have to pay a monthly charge for something even if you don’t use it. You shouldn’t. Simple as that. And now you don’t have to.
We created TruConnect with that in mind. Our wireless internet services are the perfect alternative to pay as you go internet. Especially if you are a casual internet users. Let’s say you are based in Los Angeles but have to travel to Chicago, Illinois for work for four days. Because you are a productive worker and you want to use your time as efficiently as possible, you decide to work while you’re waiting in the airport for your plane to board. Unfortunately, Los Angeles airport only offers a T-Mobile hotspot connection and it’s going to cost you. The charge will run you $6 for the first hour and 10 cents per minute after that. Or, you can buy a day pass for $9.99. If you’re a smart traveler and you arrived with 2 hours to spare, you’re going to want to choose the day pass option.
Once you arrive at your destination in Chicago you realized that the free wireless advertised at your hotel only meant in the lobby of the hotel. In your room, it costs $15 per day for wireless Internet accesses. So if you want to unwind after your flight, and work with your slippers and robe on, it will cost you at least $60 for the length of your stay to succumb to the pay as you go internet model. And then, you have to pay for internet service when you leave from the Chicago Airport. Altogether, your business trip could cost you nearly $100 alone in pay as you go internet charges. Does anyone else find this ridiculous?
We thought so. TruConnect works by providing you with a USB connected device that looks similar to a flash drive. When you plug it into your laptop, it creates your own MiFi hotspot, up to 33 feet in area. The hotspot runs off a mobile broadband connection that is fast and simple to use.
The best part about it is TruConnect only charges you $4.99 a month for the service and then .39 cents per megabyte used after that. Are you convinced yet? Even CNET.Com said, “That’s the lowest price I’ve ever seen on a MiFi card, by far. But, wait, it gets better. There is no contract or activation fee required. As for service, you pay $4.99 per month, from there, TruConnect charges 3.9 cents/megabyte for data.”
Thanks CNET, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves, the lowest price for MiFi. Wireless Week hit home the point about the virtues of TruConnect for business travelers by saying, “the service is designed for people who use a light amount of mobile data and don’t want to sign on to a postpaid plan through one of the major operators, such as business travelers who only need a cellular connection when they’re on the road.”
Imagine, just plugging in your USB MiFi device and being ready to send email correspondence, respond to clients and keep in touch with the home office in just seconds. It’s all possible with TruConnect’s revolutionary new wireless service model. Forget pay as you go internet forever. The tech-minded have all agreed, there is no need for contracts, activation fees, or any other hidden fees for that matter. Pay for what you use. That’s our motto. We think it will soon be yours as well.