With WifyBOX we're hoping to disturb the market where everyone has a largely unused long term and expensive contract with an ISP.
London (PRWEB) November 07, 2014
Most technological devices require wireless internet, but unfortunately, it is not always easy to find an internet connection when out and about or traveling. Additionally, people who pay for internet monthly have a lot of unused bandwidth that could be put to better use.
WifyBOX is a new London-based product that enables people to set up WiFi hotspots using their existing domestic internet connection. WifyBOX is simple to use: The small box connects into the existing router and requires no installation. Users can visit the WifyBOX website in order to customize settings such as pricing and manage the people using their WiFi hotspot.
With WifyBOX, anyone within reach can connect with internet quickly and cheaply without signing up for long term contracts. WifyBOX owners on the other hand receive a financial contribution towards their monthly utility bills. This product is projected to be most beneficial for people living in densely populated urban areas including New York, London, Berlin, and other large cities.
WifyBOX uses secure billing and makes users sign up with their real identity. This is to make sure the service stays secure and billing is fair to all parties. The box works seamlessly with the online platform to handle connections and network security.
WifyBOX is trying to raise $100,000 (£62,000) as an initial funding. People who donate $49 (£30) or more as an early bird will receive a fully equipped WifyBOX. The crowdfunding campaign for WifyBOX starts today at http://kickstarter.wifybox.com
WifyBOX was created by Bart Vangeneugden (London, UK) and Max Burger (Mannheim, Germany). Both have international experience in their professional fields. Vangeneugden has a five-year long professional experience in the field of software development, while Burger has over five years of experience in product development.
Burger and Vangeneugden: "With WifyBOX we're hoping to disturb the market where everyone has a largely unused long term and expensive contract with an ISP."