WFWL has been hard at work signing up start power to market their App around the world, not only in the USA, in Indonesia the company has locked down Megastar Agnez Mo (pictured above), a smart move considering emerging markets are the big mover in Smartphones.
Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa will account for 80 percent of all new subscriptions in the next five years, continuing on with a trend that it is already tracking.
WFWL is positioned as a low cost, easy to use alternative to traditional carriers at a global level.
By 2020, globally there will be 6.1 smartphone users led by huge growth in less mature markets. And with 6.1 billion smartphones in circulation, we will see a tipping point of sorts: smartphones will finally overtake the number of active fixed line subscriptions worldwide in 2020.
Those 6.1 billion smartphone users works out to some 70 percent of the world’s population using smartphones in five years’ time, a measure of just how central these devices are becoming to how we communicate with each other and do much more.
The Company also has a division known as “WiFi My City” engaged in the development of municipal WiFi for cities in the United States, which is designed to support local business, law enforcement, fire, emergency response, education, ports, and railways. The “WiFi My City” plan also includes low cost essential services to undeserved communities.
WiFi Wireless, Inc., (OTCMKTS:WFWL) is a solutions provider in the wireless communications industry. The Company recently announced development of its WiFi Mobile Phone System known as “Powered by WiFi Wireless, Inc.” for all white label service offerings. The Company’s global mobile phone promises a third quarter 2016 launch with unlimited voice, text, data and other virtual soft phone services for I-Phone and Android. The first product offering for consumers is the U-Talk WiFi App and has a dynamic marketing plan involving celebrity fan base direct marketing via social media to tens of millions of fans and a target audience to attract subscribers to the service.. The Company also has a division known as “WiFi My City” engaged in the development of municipal WiFi for cities in the United States, which is designed to support local business, law enforcement, fire, emergency response, education, ports, and railways. The “WiFi My City”plan also includes low cost essential services to undererved communities.
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