Goodspeed Rent Expands Mobile Hotspot Renting to Russia

Goodspeed Rent Expands Mobile Hotspot Renting to Russia

Foto: Goodspeed 4G Mobile Hotspot

UROS, the provider of Goodspeed mobile Wi-Fi, announced that its subsidiary Goodspeed Rent expands its mobile hotspot renting business to Russia. It will open a rental point in Moscow at the Sheremetyevo International Airport terminal D, where the Aeroflot check-in takes place among many other airlines.

"Launching a renting business in Russia supports our growth strategy to become a global player at a fast pace. There are some 14 million people in the Moscow Metropolitan Area and it is the business center of Russia, thus growth opportunities are enormous. Our products and services are leaders in technology and quality with highly competitive prices. Additionally, we are the first to offer such roaming services to Russian travelers," said Markku Niemitalo, CEO of Goodspeed Rent.

“UROS is delighted to see Goodspeed mobile Wi-Fi branch out to Russia with Goodspeed Rent. Russia has been a key destination for UROS customers and this announcement will further strengthen UROS’ activities in Russia," UROS CEO Jerry Raatikainen commented.

Goodspeed 4G mobile hotspot can be rented for €14.90 per day (905 RUB). The daily rental fee includes 250MB of data per day and the connection can be shared with up to 15 mobile devices. The hotspot can be reserved in advance from the website and picked up before the departure from Sheremetyevo Airport. Renting directly at the terminal without prior reservtion is subject to availability. The hotspot is returned to the same location.

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