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Australian wireless hotspot provider Pegasus Networks says it is launching its latest hotspot in March, as part of its bid to increase its penetration in the country.
The Pegasus Network is the company’s first network of its kind, and will allow customers to rent a wireless hotspots, as well as have them available in the home and workplace.
The hotspot will be able to be rented to individuals, and be linked to a Pegasus Network hotspot account, as a way to allow users to connect to a mobile hotspot without using a mobile phone.
It will also be able use mobile broadband to access the hotspot, Pegasus Networks said.
Pegasus Networks said it had “an amazing track record of making the world’s best network” and would be able “to take advantage of our location in the future”.
Pegas Networks has a network of more than 4,000 hotspots across the country, covering all parts of the country including NSW, Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.
A Pegasus Network network is located in a residential area and is linked to an existing mobile network, Pegasus Network said.
The company said the hotspots were “free, easy and secure” to rent.
“We want to help our customers and customers of any industry and any location,” Pegasus Networks chief executive Rob Tew said.
“It’s also the right time to invest in our network as we look to expand in the coming years and beyond.”
Australia’s new broadband hotspotsThe Pegasus Networks hotspot is located at the corner of East Melbourne Road and East Melbourne Street, and has a “closed” signposted perimeter that can be accessed from the street.
The operator said that people should be able access their hotspots at the same time as they do any other device in the house.
“As you can imagine, there are lots of different types of mobile devices, some of which are not compatible with our network, and so you’ll be able tap in from your laptop or tablet or your smartphone,” Pegasus Network’s chief executive Chris Lattin said.
I think the reason why we chose to build the hotsphere was because it’s so simple, you just walk up to the signposted boundary, you have the hotsprings, and that’s it.
You’ll be connected to the hotsple as well.
Perez Networks has said the new hotspots will be used for a variety of purposes, from a “high speed” broadband hotspot to a residential hotspot for people who need to work, or want to make calls.
The service will cost between $12 and $20 a month, and is available to any person aged 18 and over.
The new hotspot at the intersection of East and North Melbourne streets in Melbourne’s CBD will be available for rent on March 10.
The original Pegasus Network was launched in November 2016.