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MobilityPass MiFi Global Roaming Internet

What is MiFi?

  • Your personal unlocked mobile hotspot device
  • Share your international roaming 3G broadband connection with colleagues and friends
  • A small device that measures 62mm x 98mm x 15.3mm – smaller than a deck of cards
  • Connects with up to 5 devices or 5 people
  • Includes international roaming 3G broadband SIM card with connection in 100+ countries
  • No contract, no monthly payment. Pay as you go.

You are a business traveler and you have your laptop, iPhone, and digital media player. You want to travel light, you want to be able to connect effortlessly and you want minimum hassle.

Plus there are people to impress and the meetings are important, so there is no room for mishaps of any kind.

Or you are a global trotting journalist, and you are going to a hot news spot to report. You have your blackberry, camera and notebook and reporting back with speed is crucial. There is no time to fiddle around with local data SIM cards or locating an internet connection, you need to be able to report on the spot now.

What is the one thing that you have to take with you?

Your MiFi 2352 and your International Roaming 3G Broadband SIM card, that’s what, and Mobility Pass has a great offer on at the moment.

This nifty little device is a Godsend. It’s small – 62mm x 98mm x 15.3mm to be precise, which is slightly bigger than a credit card and slightly smaller than a deck of cards. Never mind fitting into your bag, it weighs only 81 grams and will fit easily into your trouser pocket. How nifty and cool is that?

It will connect with up to five devices or with five people so you can share your MiFi and your International Roaming 3G Broadband SIM card connection with colleagues and friends. So if you are traveling with four other people, they can all connect to the internet via your MiFi device. (And you get to win the popularity contest with your MiFi device!)

Here are some more specifications:

Tri-band HSUPA/HSDPA

  • 900/1900/2100 MHz

Quad-band GPRS/EDGE

  • 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • A-GPS and gpsOneXTRA™ support
  • Receiver equalisation
  • Receiver diversity

Data Speeds

  • HSDPA – Up to 7.2 Mbps downlink
  • HSUPA – Up to 5.76 Mbps uplink

and it works with Windows 2000, XP and Vista, Mac OS X 10.4 or later and Linux.

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Global Roaming Access To Worldwide 3G Mobile Broadband Networks

Better than just a 3G broadband card from a 3G carrier

The Global Roaming SECUREkey is not only a sophisticated and robust authentication platform, but it also allows you when authenticated, to be connected securely to International 3G mobile broadband network in 90 countries. This is achieved via a precise cost control and easy mobile workforce management interface.

The Strong Authentication Architecture interacts with the SECUREkey device by submitting authentication requests, receiving authentication results, and then granting or denying end-user authorization to access to the Internet through the international Global roaming 3G mobile broadband network. Once authorized the end-user can reach the Internet or the company intranet.

The Global Roaming SECUREkey device and the Strong Authentication Server (SAS), can extend the Internet Authentication Service to provide multiple authentication factors – starting from 2 to up to 5 levels using the innovative GlobalRoaming SECUREkey patented technology.

You can also gain access to our 140.000 worldwide WiFi hotspot network, to off-load mobile broadband data traffic and to optimize download and heavy traffic. The same user settings are used to make the user experience easy, flexible and convenient.

The GlobalRoaming SECUREkey protects the network usersʼ identities locally and provides access to the international 3G mobile broadband network by performing 3 hard and soft authentication factors.

The GlobalRoaming SECUREkey patented technology ensures the highest security, privacy and confidentiality level to access critical information while traveling.

The SECUREkey comes with it’s own unique credentials and worldwide APN that is used as a hard challenge authentication. In order to complete the authentication process, a soft authentication challenge requires each user to provide a unique user name and password that is set up by them in the management portal

The SECUREkey is supported by almost all families of end-user 3G enabled devices including the iPad. This capability enables issuers to provide end-users secure access with the most appropriate connection device. This simple feature will allow  secure access to the international 3G network under a high level of security requirements, while maintaining full compatibility on the backend with a minimum on investment, human resources and implementation time.

The GlobalRoaming SECUREkey SIM Card does not allow incoming or outgoing voice calls or SMS as it is strictly dedicated to securing data traffic.

User expectations for instant communication and ease of use, as well as terminals which are easily lost or stolen, present a number of unique challenges in the mobile environment.

Global Roaming uses a dual redundant data center located in 2 continents to insure maximum reliability and availability. All systems are built and designed with Cisco Systems solutions from firewalls, routers, gateways, switches, concentrators…

The Global Roaming Worldwide Mobile Broadband Access allows no compromises on security.

International WiFi security compare with global 3G mobile broadband

Security, privacy and wireless connectivity without boundaries

Wireless internet access with no compromise on data security in Europe and all over the world.

Although it is free to connect at many WiFi hotspots, your information and privacy are both at risk.  Often, hackers will create false hotspots and landing pages to capture all your information, and even if you are building a VPN tunnel, your information is not safe at the time of logging in.

Today anyone with minimum knowledge can open and pretend to be a WiFi hotspot provider from a well know network at any location. If a hacker really wants to do something malicious or get information, they’ll go where the information is. WiFi hotspots have a higher concentration of web browsers and areas such as Airline clubs have a higher concentration of business travelers, who use hotspots to access crucial and often sensitive data.

With the MobilityPass 3G SECUREkey unique patent, your information is immediately encrypted at your location and cannot be hacked locally. You are locally totally safe.

The MobilityPass Dual factor authentication (hard and soft) require your 3G SECUREkey with your user name and password to be authenticated, then your connection will be locally encrypted without using a VPN client.

Strong authentication and global roaming encrypted connectivity in 120 countries, allow you to connect with one single data SIM card your notebook, laptop, mac,windows, EeePC, iPhone, Android, blackberry or any smart phone. The micro SIM card is also available for iPad users.

No contract, no monthly fees, no commitment just use it when you need it.

How MobilityPass international 3G secure mobile broadband internet access work ? download coverage and rates details.

MobilityPass Global roaming 3G

3G mobile broadband access in Anguilla Cable&Wireless
3G mobile broadband access in Antigua and Barbuda
Cable&Wireless Caribbean Cellular
3G mobile broadband access in Antigua and Barbuda AT&T
Ships
3G mobile broadband access in Australia Singtel Optus
3G mobile broadband access in Austria A1
3G mobile broadband access in Austria T-Mobile Austria
3G mobile broadband access in Bahrain Zain MTC-Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Barbados C&W
3G mobile broadband access in Belarus Velcom
3G mobile broadband access in Belarus JLLC MTS (Mobile
TeleSystems)
3G mobile broadband access in Belgium Belgacom Mobile
(Proximus)
3G mobile broadband access in Belgium Orange (Mobistar)
3G mobile broadband access in Belgium BASE NV/SA
3G mobile broadband access in Bermuda AT&T Ships
3G mobile broadband access in Bosnia and Herzegovina BHTelecom
3G mobile broadband access in Brazil TIM Rio Norte
3G mobile broadband access in Brazil TIM Sao Paulo
3G mobile broadband access in Brazil TIM Centro Sul
3G mobile broadband access in Brazil 14 Brasil Telecom
3G mobile broadband access in Bulgaria M-Tel
3G mobile broadband access in Cambodia TMIC (Casacom)
3G mobile broadband access in Canada Rogers Wireless (Fido)
3G mobile broadband access in Canada Rogers Wireless
3G mobile broadband access in Canada Bell Mobility
3G mobile broadband access in Cayman Islands C&W Cayman
Islands
3G mobile broadband access in China Unicom
3G mobile broadband access in Columbia COMCEL
3G mobile broadband access in Croatia VIPnet
3G mobile broadband access in Czech Republic T-Mobile
3G mobile broadband access in Czech Republic Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Vodacom Congo
3G mobile broadband access in Denmark TDC Mobil
3G mobile broadband access in Denmark Telia
3G mobile broadband access in Dominica C&W
3G mobile broadband access in Dominica AT&T Ships
3G mobile broadband access in Dominican Republic Orange
Dominicana SA
3G mobile broadband access in Ecuador CONECEL (Porta)
3G mobile broadband access in Egypt Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Estonia Elisa Eesti
3G mobile broadband access in Finland Finnet/DNA Networks Ltd.
(Telia Finland)
3G mobile broadband access in Finland Elisa (Radiolinja Origo
Ov)
3G mobile broadband access in Finland Elisa (Radiolinja Origo
Ov)
3G mobile broadband access in Finland Sonera
3G mobile broadband access in France Bouygues
3G mobile broadband access in Germany T-Mobile
3G mobile broadband access in Germany Vodafone Mobilfunk (D2)
3G mobile broadband access in Germany E-Plus
3G mobile broadband access in Grenada C&W Grenada
3G mobile broadband access in Guam AT&T Mobility
3G mobile broadband access in Hong Kong PCCW Mobile 2G
3G mobile broadband access in Hungary T-Mobile
3G mobile broadband access in Hungary Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Iceland Siminn
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Punjab)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Himachal Pradesh)
3G mobile broadband access in India Vodafone (Gujarat)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Delhi)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Kolkata)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Chennai)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Karnataka)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Rajasthan)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Maharashtra &
Goa)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Mumbai)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Madhya Pradesh)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Tamilnadu)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Kerala)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Haryana)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Uttar Pradesh West)
3G mobile broadband access in India Vodafone (Delhi)
3G mobile broadband access in India Vodafone (Mumbai)
3G mobile broadband access in India Vodafone (kolkata)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Andhra Pradesh)
3G mobile broadband access in India Airtel (Gujarat)
3G mobile broadband access in India Vodafone (Maharashtra &
Goa)
3G mobile broadband access in Israel Cellcom Israel
3G mobile broadband access in Israel Pelephone
3G mobile broadband access in Italia Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Italia Wind
3G mobile broadband access in Japan Softbank (Vodafone)
3G mobile broadband access in Jersey Telecom
3G mobile broadband access in Kazakhstan K’Cell
3G mobile broadband access in Kenya Safaricom Ltd
3G mobile broadband access in Kosovo IPKO
3G mobile broadband access in Kuwait Zain
3G mobile broadband access in Latvia LMT
3G mobile broadband access in Liechtenstein FL1
3G mobile broadband access in Lithuania Omnitel
3G mobile broadband access in Luxemburg P&T
3G mobile broadband access in Luxemburg VOXmobile
3G mobile broadband access in Macedonia VIP Operator
3G mobile broadband access in Malaysia Maxis
3G mobile broadband access in Mexico Telcel
3G mobile broadband access in Mexico Telefonica Moviles
3G mobile broadband access in Moldova Orange (Voxtel)
3G mobile broadband access in Montserrat Cable&Wireless
Westindies
3G mobile broadband access in Netherlands KPN
3G mobile broadband access in Nicaragua Enitel
3G mobile broadband access in Norway NetCom
3G mobile broadband access in Oman Nawras
3G mobile broadband access in Pakistan Warid Telecom
3G mobile broadband access in Philippines Globe Telecom
3G mobile broadband access in Poland Polkomtel
3G mobile broadband access in Poland Era
3G mobile broadband access in Portugal Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Portugal Optimus
3G mobile broadband access in Portugal TMN
3G mobile broadband access in Puerto Rico AT&T Mobility
3G mobile broadband access in Romania Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Russia MegaFon (GR St.
Petersburg)
3G mobile broadband access in Russia MTS
3G mobile broadband access in Russia Uralsvyazinform (Ermak
RMS)
3G mobile broadband access in Russia Uralsvyazinform (Uraltel
Ldt.)
3G mobile broadband access in Russia Beeline JSC VimpelCom
3G mobile broadband access in Saudi Arabia Etihad Etisalat
(mobily)
3G mobile broadband access in Serbia VIP mobile (Topnet)
(Serbia)
3G mobile broadband access in Singapore Singtel
3G mobile broadband access in Singapore Singtel
3G mobile broadband access in Singapore M1
3G mobile broadband access in Slovakia T-Mobile
3G mobile broadband access in Slowenia Simobil-Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Slowenia Mobitel
3G mobile broadband access in South Africa Vodacom
3G mobile broadband access in South Korea SK Telecom
3G mobile broadband access in Spain Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in Sri Lanka Dialog
3G mobile broadband access in Saint Lucia AT&T Ships
3G mobile broadband access in Saint Lucia Cable&Wireless
3G mobile broadband access in Saint Vincent and Grenadines
AT&T Ships
3G mobile broadband access in Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Cable&Wireless
3G mobile broadband access in Saint Kitts and Nevis
Cable&Wireless Caribbean Cellular
3G mobile broadband access in Sweden Telenor
3G mobile broadband access in Switzerland Swisscom Mobile
3G mobile broadband access in Switzerland Sunrise
3G mobile broadband access in Switzerland Orange
3G mobile broadband access in Thailand DTAC (Total Access Comms
Co)
3G mobile broadband access in Turkey Turkcell
3G mobile broadband access in Turkey Vodafone (Telsim)
3G mobile broadband access in Turkmenistan BCTI
3G mobile broadband access in Turks and Caicos Island
Cable&Wireless Westindies
3G mobile broadband access in Ukraine MTS Ukraine
3G mobile broadband access in Ukraine Astelit LLC (Life:-)
3G mobile broadband access in United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Etisalat
3G mobile broadband access in United Arab Emirates (UAE) Du
3G mobile broadband access in United Kingdom – UK Vodafone
3G mobile broadband access in United States- USA T-Mobile
3G mobile broadband access in United States- USA AT&T
Mobility
3G mobile broadband access in Uzbekistan Unitel
3G mobile broadband access in Vietnam Viettel
3G mobile broadband access in Virgin Islands (US) AT&T
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The Global 3G Mobile Broadband Internet Access Connect Your Laptop on the Move in 75 Countries

2010/03/02 1 comment

If you are abroad? On a business trip? Get Wireless Internet on the Move “, the new international 3G mobile broadband Internet access, added to allow the global Wi-Fi hotspots, dial-up and Toll Free Network MobilityPass travelers to immediately get in touch in a secure wireless connection to occur anywhere in the world.

Willing to work with any mobile Internet-enabled phone, i-phone or a laptop, 3G Mobile Broadband offers a plug-and-play solution for PC, Mac or Linux you expect in a included the use ofInternational 3G / UMTS / GPRS / HSDPA / EDGE USB modem operating at incredibly fast connection speeds of up to 7.2 MB, and the data on your SIM card for users connecting from continent to continent, while a suitable standard.

Would not it be great if you could stay in touch and manage your current e-mails sure where you are? Maintenance of online security is particularly compelling when you wireless Internet access. For this reason, the mobility Passport Service will insure your privacy andConfidentiality of data VPN uses encryption to secure unified communication suite, which includes, call, SMS text messaging, push e-mail, fax, IM – instant messaging, files and e-mail and any other online backup and remote communications.

With international roaming Internet access, travelers to experience the ultimate freedom to roam the Internet anytime and anywhere. Not only is the 3G mobile Internet access to connect to connect internationally there is no contract, monthly fees,Setup fee or maintenance fee, and there is absolutely no accounting for the service is not used, which means that users are able to give a really, because to go. This also allows users to costs by paying as they go and control the management of claims on their account.

Mobility passport contains in each mobile Internet offering the privacy and confidentiality of customer information and increased security when accessing the mobile Internet. The beauty of the packages is that if the Internet is not usedThe customer is no different position than most of the competition bill, the accounts of customers, irrespective of the use and transfer. This makes it a logical choice for business people around the world. From the United States, Europe and Asia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Greece, Japan, Hong Kong, Israel, and several other sites, A Mobility Access Pass is the ideal choice for comfortable and safe to connect to Business travelers.

About Mobility Pass:Mobility Pass must pay an unsurpassed reputation for providing development-as-you-go Internet service roaming to visitors from the last eight years. Adherence to the highest customer service standards, the company has WiFi, provided broadband, dial-up, charge and 3G (UMTS) roaming connections to individual users or entire companies about their corporate plan. To learn more about the company and the services they provide can be found at: http://www.MobilityPass.com/roaming_internet.html

These world 3rd generation Cell phone Broadband net Accessibility

Have you been In foreign countries? On just the Business travel? Get’Wireless Internet on the move,’ the newest 3rd generation world portable high speed net connection, added to the world WiFi hotspots, dial-up and Toll Free MobilityPass network permit travelers to attach immediately and safely connect wirelessly everywhere round the planet.

Ready with any unlocked Mobile Internet phone, i-phone or any portable computer, the 3G Mobile Broadband provides a plug and play solution for P.C, Mac or linux that includes a global 3G / UMTS / GPRS / HSPDA / EDGE USB modem Operating at fantastically fast connection speeds of nearly 7.2 MB, and also the info SIM card to attach users from continent to continent while matching any standard.

Wouldn’t or not it’s nice in case you can stay in touch and manage your current emails securely wherever you will be? Maintaining security online is especially important when using wireless net access. For this reason, the Mobility Pass service insure your privacy and confidentiality with an extra layer of data encryption VPN to secure the unified communication suite that include, Mobile phone call, SMS Text messaging, push emails, fax, IM – Instant Messaging, files and emails backup and all sorts of of the online and remote communications.

Together with international rambling net access, travelers experience the ultimate freedom to ramble the internet anytime, anywhere. Not just will the 3rd generation Mobile Internet access connect globally, there is not any contract, monthly charge, set-up charge, or upkeep charge, and there is no billing for service not used, that means that users can actually pay as they’re going. This too allows users to manage costs by paying as they are going and managing credit on their account.

Ways to Keep a Mobile Internet Connection Secure

Keeping a hotspot connection secure is a main concern for Internet users as even many businesses are using hotspots for Internet access. Hotspots are free wireless networks that can be accessed by anyone in close proximity to the transmitter. These are unsecure meaning no WEP or WPA passwords or encryptions are being used. This makes sense for simple and non-personal information transfers but, can present a problem when dealing with sensitive work material or private data that needs to remain private. A few steps can be taken by hotspot users to protect their personal data while using a hotspot.
First and foremost is the use of a personal firewall although this should be a common practice regardless of the access point being used. A firewall will protect a user form others on the hotspot network from accessing their computer and using or uploading files. In addition the file sharing feature should be turned off; this can be done on any operating system and should be done every time a hotspot is being used for Internet access. While file sharing is a useful tool at home or the office, it can be detrimental when using a public or free hotspot location; anyone with knowledge of file sharing can steal or install files to the public folder on a user’s Internet device leaving them open to viruses and malware.
Any function of a browser to save and populate passwords for web sites and personal information like banking accounts should be turned off. An end user should consider not accessing any credit card or financial sites while on a hotspot regardless of the security steps they have taken. This will limit the accessibility of their personal information by anyone on the hotspot network. Find the location of the “remember me passwords” function typically located in the “tools” menu of a browser and turn it off. To ensure further security, if a webmail based email system is being used, find the most secure connection for the site. In most cases it will be an https connection. The “s” ensures an SSL certificate of security and is used on ecommerce sites for security practices.
The simplest and easiest way of obtaining secure access to free and commercial hotspots is through a wireless broadband Internet provider like MobilityPass. By using their secure connections users can access the Internet from public hotspots with the knowledge that their privacy is secure. In more than 90 countries a client of MobilityPass will be able to surf, pay bills, check investments and access company databases with no fear of being compromised. This includes hotspots in cafes, hotels, airports, trains and even airplanes; in fact over 100,000 hotspots are available to the MobilityPass subscriber for fast, free and secure Wi-Fi hotspot Internet access. Virtual private networking is included with the MobilityPass plans securing the connection even further. VPNs are considered to be the only way to fully secure a hotspot connection and customers receive this in their service from MobilityPass as well as confidentiality, security and privacy.

MobilityPass a secure internet access to Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots

In order to connect to the Internet via a Wi-Fi hotspot a few pieces of information will be needed. A user will need to know the SSID, channel, mode, and WEP or WPA key to access the hotspot. When a user purchases the Wi-Fi services the ISP will provide this information to them. While many utilities allow for the wireless card or antenna to find and connect to a hotspot, it is important to understand the differences in secure hotspots and free hotspots. A secure hotspot is any area in which a user typically pays for the hotspot service. With this, security codes and passwords are provided that help to ensure the safe transmission and protection of personal information.
MobilityPass® offers a hotspot access program that gives users a secure hotspot access point from a variety of places such as airports, hotels and trains. With more than 100,000 hotspots worldwide in over 90 countries no user will put their privacy at risk when using MobilityPass. Along with security and privacy there is no activation fee and no contracts to be signed; you will only pay for the data transmitted. Most free hotspots are offered by cafes and community meeting places and typically not protected by any kind of encryption or security features. They are free and this means fewer resources for the Wi-Fi network to use for security. The public or free hotspots, like all hotspots, have limited access ranges and are typically only available around the business or building.
The problem is that any person on the hotspot or any person able to connect to the hotspot has access to your personal information sent over the network. A hotspot, by definition, is a wireless local area network or (WLAN), and the same rules of file sharing and remote access apply to them. A firewall installed on the user’s computer or wireless Internet device must be in place but, this only protects the information contained behind the firewall and not what is sent over the network to the Internet. When connecting to a hotspot make sure that it is a legitimate hotspot. Any person with a small amount of networking knowledge can set up a wireless network and call it what they wish making it look like a recognized company hotspot.
Always turn off file sharing when on a hotspot location because anyone on the hotspot network will be able to see the files in the shared or public folders to use or steal them; they could also upload a virus this way. If the Wi-Fi antenna is not being used regardless of being close to a hotspot it should be turned off. Hackers can use a peer to peer connection to find registry data and passwords while a user is not even online or close to a hotspot. In effect the user’s computer becomes a hotspot that can be accessed via another computer’s wireless connection. Paid hotspot providers, such as MobilityPass®, are the best and safest solution to protecting a user’s personal and private information.