iPhone users can now sell excess 4G mobile data
Simplify, an Internet service sharing startup, has extended its service to iPhone users to resell their excess mobile data. The announcement is made at the RISE Tech Conference 2019 in Hong Kong earlier today.
Selling 4G mobile data on iPhone is simple. All the user needs to do is to sign up on Simplify website, link their PayPal account, get a Simplify Wi-Fi SSID and password and copy them into their iPhone settings. This one-time set up process wouldn’t take more than a minute to complete.
Whenever users wish to sell their Internet access, they just need to turn on the personal hotspot on their iPhone and let nearby users connect to it via Simplify. Simplify pays the sellers daily and takes 20% commission from each data transaction.
Apart from selling mobile data on Android and iOS, Simplify also supports selling broadband Internet bandwidth on any Wi-Fi router. Its patented technology lets users connect to Simplify secure hotspots without having to enter any password. Simplify aims to bring sharing economy to the broadband space, making everyone a little Internet Service Provider.
More information about how to sell mobile data on iPhone can be found here.
Meet Simplify @ RISE Tech Conference 2019
July 9-11, 2019 | Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre