Why Should The World 's Population Have Pay For Both Mobile And At Home Internet Services?

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Since mid-2014, according to the Internet World Stats (IWS), there are over 2.8 billion Internet service and over 6.9 billion wireless service subscriptions worldwide. These numbers indicate that 79% of the global population have access to either mobile or network communications. Why should the world’s population have to pay for both mobile and at home Internet services? With the invention of SLINGNET, paying for the Internet on your mobile device will become ancient history. This brief business case provides a description of SLINGNET and explains how primary and secondary data collection would be used to determine; the appropriate features of the product, the product’s target price, characteristics of product users; size of the total market, and projected product sales revenue in year one of the product’s sales.
Product Description SLINGNET is a communications device that routes the customers’ existing High Speed Internet (HSI) signal using Global Positioning System (GPS) and place-shifting technology to route existing Internet signals and speeds to portable and stationary devices all over the world. Similar to Sling® media technology, which transfers your television signal to any location with a HSI connection, SLINGNET transfers your internet signal using GPS and chip-based technology to any portable device. This product technology will render the existing multi functioning, data-driven smartphone and other mobile device technology obsolete.
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