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GeeFi – Unlimited 4G Internet World Wide, Great for Travelers

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As a frequent traveler, one of my biggest pet peeves is not being able to connect on line. Every day more and more airports are deciding to charge travelers an arm and a leg for a few hours of connectivity.

If you are like me, I don’t always stay at high end name brand hotels. I often opt for the smaller mom and pop establishments but unfortunately not all of them offer quality internet service.

I came across a great gadget that just have solved my internet service searching woos.  Its called GeeFi.


What is GeeFi?

 

GeeFi is a pocket-sized device, (shaped similarly to an iPhone 6) that provides a high-speed internet connection via WiFi technology, in 100+ countries and regions across the globe.

The device itself is a hotspot (or modem/router), through which one receives an internet connection for any WiFi enabled device, (i.e. smartphone, tablet, laptop etc.).
Up to 10 devices can be connected to one GeeFi device simultaneously.

The GeeFi device uses as advanced motherboard and chipsets which enables up 4G (aka LTE) speed. Currently, 4G is the fastest speed available for satellite/mobile-tower internet connections.

In addition, the GeeFi device doubles up and is also a portable power bank and will charge any USB enabled device.

 

 


How does GeeFi work?

GeeFi works in about 100 countries.  Travelers can seamlessly travel from one country to another and save travelers time and money searching for an internet provider.

GeeFi works with local cell phone towers, exactly like your cell phone. This means that you will not get service outside of the towers signal area. According to GeeFi, they have deals with service providers in each country. You can find a list of the available countries by clicking here.

 


How much does it cost?

This device cost $ 199.99 with a daily access fee of $ 9.99. They are no contracts or monthly fees. you pay $9.99 for 24 hours of data. in other words, you pay for the service you use.

Once you pass the threshold of either 1 GB (one gigabyte) or 500 MB (megabytes) within the same 24 hours period (that’s many thousands of emails + photo sharing), your GeeFi download speed will be throttled. 

Click here for a list of data throttle & limits by country.


If you would like to know more about this product click here.  If you have any question or comments regarding this product, please leave them in the comments section below. We would love to hear from you.

 

 



14 thoughts on “GeeFi – Unlimited 4G Internet World Wide, Great for Travelers”

  1. John Rico says:

    Hey there! This is a really great device. I travel a lot and my service on my phone isn’t compatible to other countries. GeeFi is a great invention and very useful tool especially to me. I need internet connection that’s why most of the times when I travel I go to a coffee place to use their wifi. But I have a question, how fast is the connection? Does it depends on the country you are in?

    1. admin says:

      Hello John, thanks for leaving a comment. They device runs on 4G but depending on the country, it may slow down to 3G. The GeeFi uses the countries cell phone towers so just like your smart phone, 4G is not always available. 

  2. chuw5 says:

    Geefi is the innovation we need to travel to countries that don’t have good Wifi connections. 4G sounds about right since my cellular data covers it too. Wifi at four-star hotel resorts is always expensive with their 7-day plans.

    To tell you the truth, airport Wifi and Flyfi have never been very convenient services. But being connected in over 100 countries is awesome despite the $9.99 daily fee.

    1. admin says:

      Hello Chuw5, thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment. In my case, I make my living by being on line. I cant afford not being connected to the internet. The GeeFi solves this issue. The best part for me, is that I pay for the internet I use. 

  3. marta says:

    Thanks for sharing about GeeFi, I travel a lot and GeeFi can be quite useful usually to use GPS. Have you used it by yourself? It is quite expensive to buy it, however I believe if someone is going for adventure it can be a good thing! I agree with you, it is hard to use that much data in one day.

    1. admin says:

      Hello Marta. Thanks for leaving a comment. The devise is a bit expensive but think of the money you will save in the long run. 

  4. shrey says:

    The Internet is so important these days, it gets easier to travel with it and if you are in an unknown place then it gets way easier to find you way out.
    The geefi unlimited looks pretty interesting and I’m going to check it out right now, thanks for the amazing review and recommendation.

    1. admin says:

      No problem. thanks for leaving a comment. 

  5. Chris Wardman says:

    Wow! This looks amazing! Being in the cellphone industry, this would be a great device to recommend to my out of country clients! The only downside I see from it is the $9.99 DAILY fee. However, if someone is travelling and requires internet for their GPS etc, it’s a very small price to pay!

    Thank you for sharing your review. I’ll be sure to check out Geefi!!

  6. Stephen says:

    This looks like a really handy device. I had never heard of it until reading your review. It’s totally ridiculous the amount of airports that are charging for internet these days, especially in the US.
    Would you say that it’s a worthy investment if I’m travelling for a few weeks around Europe or is it more recommended for countries with poorer general internet connections?

    1. admin says:

      Hey Stephen, thanks for leaving a comment. I think the GeeFi is good no matter the destination as long as the country you are visiting has cell phone towers. 

  7. Kenny says:

    This sounds like an awesome new piece of Tech. I’m really interested but you say after 1 GB it will be “Throttled,” do you mean it slows down after only 1 GB? Streaming a movie or a few videos will eat right through gigabyte of data. Do you know if they will be widening their product with larger bundles? Maybe come down a bit on price?

  8. Kevin says:

    Great article Joey! This sounds great for people who travel a lot, especially if they have to leave the country. I don’t need it right now because I’m not travelling much, but it may be a good future investment as I do enjoy travelling. Do you have to pay for days that you don’t use it?

    1. JoeyP says:

      Hey Kevin. whats up? The Geefi is a great product. I line in Puerto Rico and I lost my home internet service thanks to the hurricane Maria. I bough the Geefi and its currently what I am using at home. The great thing about the Geefi, you only pay for the days you use. 

      Thanks again for stopping by and leaving a comment. 

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