Paris (PRWEB) October 3, 2008 –
MobilityPass (http://www.mobilitypass.com)] now invites road warriors the world over can use high-speed Internet not only when and where they want, but for as long as they want. For the past eight years, MobilityPass users have enjoyed high security connections at access points virtually everywhere around the world. Now, coinciding with the 2008 Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris, the company lifts usage restrictions so business travelers and the press, can send and receive as much as they need to for one low monthly price starting at USD$19/month.
Each of MobilityPass’ 3,000,000 connecting locations accommodates a full array of Internet-enabled devices, including Windows PCs, Macintosh, PDA, mobile phones, iPods, iPhones, and eeePC/Unix PCs. Their cutting edge online gateway is a single stop integrating Internet, voice, SMS/text messaging, fax and file backup, all protected by advanced security and accessed using a single username and password. No matter the carrier, MobilityPass users can simply sign in and surf at any number of popular locations, such as Starbucks, FedExKinkos, Hyatt, Hilton and Sheraton hotels and airport lounges for British Airways, United Airlines, Lufthansa, and American Airlines.
To coincide with the auto show in Paris, MobilityPass has just released a comprehensive list of their more than 1,400 access points in Paris and it’s major airports, with more than 100 access points either close to the fair halls or available a nearby major hotels. Listings are also GPS enabled so users can locate the closest Hot Spot using a Magellan, Garmin, TomTom, or NavMan device.
Signing up for a membership takes only a few moments and activation is instantaneous. And because MobilityPass offers a single log in no matter the location, it reduces the chance sensitive personal and financial information will be intercepted by thieves. New accounts do not have a set up fee and users can take advantage of a seven day money back guarantee. Monthly plan users will never pay more than the single monthly charge no matter how much access they need. Other users will pay for only the time they actually use.
For more information on their new unlimited use plan, visit http://www.mobilitypass.com. To find access points while at the Mondial de l’Automobile 2008 in Paris, visit http://www.mobilitypass.com/mondial_automobile_2008.html
MobilityPass has developed an unsurpassed reputation providing pay as you go Internet service to a traveling clientele for the past eight years. Adhering to the highest customer service standards the company has provided WiFi, Broadband, Dialup, Toll Free and 3G (UMTS) connections to roaming users and to entire companies. They offer convenient individual accounts or corporate access plans. To learn more about the company and the services they provide, visit http://www.mobilitypass.com/faq.html