Simmtronics Announces Free Wi-Fi services at over 5000 Wi-Fi Hotspots for Xpad users

By Gizbot Bureau

Leading Indian tablet manufacturer Simmtronics Semiconductors Ltd has signed an exclusive tie up for Wi-Fi service across the country. According to the company's press release, with this tie up Simmtronics Xpad users will be able to enjoy free Wi-Fi services at over 5000Wi-Fi hotspots in all across the country. This is the 1st time any tablet manufacturer in India has done such a tie-up.

Commenting about this tie-up, Indrajit Sabharwal, Managing Director, Simmtronics said, "Simmtronics XPAD after major success in Middle East and GCC has recently been launched in Indian retail market.

Simmtronics Announces Free Wi-Fi services for Xpad users


Keeping in mind consumers need to stay connected everywhere and all the time we have exclusively tied up for these services. They need to access content & participate in social and commercial interactions on the go.

We have made this facility only for our XPAD users by providing Public Wi-Fi service which is available at all major outlets."

Wi-Fi is a convenient and fast way to connect to the Internet at home, in the office - and on the go. More than 5000 hotspots across multiple sectors including retail, education, commercial, leisure, and hospitality sector will be available for the users.The Wi-Fi facility provides flexibility to their consumers to access Wi-Fi anytime, anywhere in an easy & secure way. It offers internet browsing with a speed of 2 mbps and available all the time.

The Simmtronics XPAD user can access free Wi-Fi in stores like Mc Donald's, Subway, Café Coffee Day, Manchester United, Nirulas, Cocoberry just registering with a scratch card provided by Simmtronics along with the XPAD Tablet. These services have been offered by ozone.

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