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Airfy – The World’s First Smart WiFi HotSpot

Airfy – The World’s First Smart WiFi HotSpot
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Who doesn’t love free WiFi? All modern mobile devices now can connect to WiFi, allowing you to save money since you don’t have to use your paid 3G/4G service. However, not every public WiFi connection is free. Some places keep their WiFi locked, while others charge a small fee per hour.

Airfy, the world’s first smart WiFi hotspot, aims to change that by offering free and secure WiFi in every city around the world. It almost sounds too good to be true, but it’s not. Watch the video below to see it in action. Airfy is not just an extremely stylish WiFi hotspot, it also comes with many advance features – all controllable via a mobile app.

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Whether you want to use Airfy at home or in your own business place, it will benefit you and your users. Plus with zero configuration, it’s really easy to setup – just plug in and go. You can also expand your network by connecting to other Airfy hotspots within range. They all work together to provide free Internet for all.

Does Airfy sound like a good fit for your home or business? If so, you can help out by contributing to the project and sharing it with friends.

Free Worldwide WiFi with the Smart HotSpot from Airfy | Indiegogo

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Last Updated on December 18, 2020

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