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2500 Hotspots in Brazil Make Trustive WiFi a Real Asset for Travellers to the Region

Trustive’s seamless WiFi service, including full coverage at 10 international airports, is an asset for visitors to events such as the annual Carnival, the upcoming Football World Cup and the Olympic games.

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PRLog (Press Release) - Feb. 22, 2013 - Visitors to popular events in Brazil, such as the annual Carnival, the upcoming Football World Cup and the Olympic Games can all enjoy seamless WiFi access via Trustive’s network of 2500 premium hotspots in Brazil and 500,000 hotspots worldwide.

Whether you are planning to attend one of the upcoming events/exhibitions, relax at one of the famous tourist beaches in Copacabana or Salvador, take in the sights of Rio de Janeiro (Sugarloaf mountain or the Statue of Christ the Redeemer) or visit the amazing Iguazu Falls near Curibitia, enjoy seamless WiFi access at thousands of premium locations with a prepaid Trustive WiFi pass. Trustive’s premium WiFi network in Brazil includes popular restaurant chains, the 4-5* Estanplaza hotels (including the Gran Estanplaza in Sao Paulo) and Transamérica hotels and the main shopping malls.

Crucially for travellers, Trustive offers full WiFi coverage at 10 international airports (in both the arrival and departure lounges) in Brasil as well as at several regional airports, such as São Paulo/Guarulhos–Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport [GRU], Rio de Janeiro/Galeão–Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport [GIG], Viracopos International Airport [VCP], Brasília–Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport [BSB], Santos Dumont Airport [SDU], Tancredo Neves/Confins International Airport [CNF], Afonso Pena International Airport in [CWB] Curitiba, Florianópolis-Hercílio Luz International Airport [FLN] and Salgado Filho International Airport [POA] in Porto Alegre.

Seamless access is the key and travellers can benefit from seamless access to Trustive’s international WiFi network, including its premium airport hotspots in Brazil, thanks to a range of free connection software for laptops (Windows, Macs and Netbooks) and “Trustive WiFi” apps for smartphones and tablets (Android and iPhones/iPads), which detect and provide seamless connectivity to Trustive WiFi hotspots. Trustive’s range of WiFi connection software and apps is available for download via Trustive’s website. Full details of Trustive’s international WiFi hotspot network (which includes 500,000 premium locations) are of course available via Trustive’s online hotspot directory: http://www.trustive.com/hotspots/.

About Trustive
Trustive provides travellers with comprehensive WiFi coverage by combining the hotspot locations of more than 80+ leading WiFi operators into one unified, global network of 500,000+ WiFi hotspots in 130 countries and allowing customers to access these locations through a single click.

As a member of the WBA (Wireless Broadband Alliance), leading the WiFi ecosystem, Trustive is proposing its WiFi roaming services to operators wishing to achieve a seamless, secure, low-cost data access solution around the world.

For more information about Trustive, please visit: http://www.trustive.com.
If you are an operator, please visit: http://www.trustive.com/operators/

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