IUNGO.Network — decentralised global wireless internet network

in #ico5 years ago (edited)

Imagine — no clicks and you’re online. Whenever you need it: on the street, in the bar or while walking the airport (of course).
Our goal is to reinvent the way we see the WiFi world.
Together we will create secure, user-friendly and unified network powered by the blockchain technology. We will empower everyone to join the network and become a provider or the end user.
Imagine landing at the airport, turning on your phone and instantly connecting to secure and satisfying network.
For a fraction of a price or completely free.
No roaming fees or poor connection.
No forms or passwords to fill.
With IUNGO open source platform you instantly become a part of our global network.
Using our Plug & Play solution benefit from our advertising tools or start earning instantly.
You will be able to get up and running in just a couple of minutes.
Please join us at http://iungo.network


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