RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans

RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans

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New Got a mobile broadband device that you only really use a few times a month? Me too. If you’re sick of two-year contracts and monthly fees that go mostly to a gadget that sits idle in your bag until you’re out of range, there are a couple of different alternative...
RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans
                                       

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