An internet service company promises to give business travelers a way around hefty hotel internet fees, and expensive two year contracts with the big providers. For a fee of $5.95 a day, Rovair will ship you a mobile aircard to connect to your computer’s standard USB port to access the internet anywhere.
Shipping is quick, and you might be ready to use your aircard the very next day after placing an order. Unlike regular hotel connectivity which, besides being pricey, is only restricted to the time you’re actually in your hotel room (which isn’t always a lot), with the Rovair card you can get online anytime, anywhere — a café, in the airport, at the train station, in a cab, anywhere at all.
At present, services are available only in US destinations, but the company is planning on extending this to international locations.