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XCom Global Mobile Hotspots for Disaster Relief

Wi-Fi Hotspots For Disaster Relief

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XCom Global would like to lend a hand in the best way we know how – by keeping people connected. We have found that providing Internet connectivity to those assisting with recovery efforts has been an invaluable resource. As you can imagine, having one of our mobile hotspots in the field improves their ability to access and share information as well as communicate with each other.

We offer grants to relief organizations and volunteers who are participating in disaster recovery or other charitable missions. These grants range from discounted to free XCom Global hotspot rentals.

To be considered, please contact us with details on the nature of your relief efforts, location (country), length of time you will need the rental, and any other information you would like us to take into consideration. We will process inquiries as quickly as possible, but please allow as much time as possible for us to review your request and ship a rental device to you before you leave the U.S.

Improve Communications

XCom Global mobile hotspots provide a vital link between disaster relief workers and their support services and resources, allowing organizations to collaborate and provide care to those affected by the disaster.

Share Information

XCom Global's mobile hotspots are designed to bring portability to a variety of communication equipment in areas with limited Wi-Fi connectivity.

Speed Up Recovery Time

Destruction to the local infrastructure can greatly slow down rescue efforts, wasting precious recovery time. Mobile hotspots allow teams to quickly restore communications.

The hotspots are a real boon to improving the effectiveness of communication in the field. Thank you again for the generous provision of these units that will greatly assist in maintaining and improving efficiency of our service.

David Hatcher, ShelterBox Volunteer

With the help of XCom Global internet devices, our crew on the ground was able to coordinate the help of over 370 volunteers from 22 countries for a combined 18,000 hours of donated labor.

Eric Zdenek, All Hands Volunteers

The XCom Global mobile hotspots kept our physicians, who were caring for 500 survivors in Ishinomaki, communicating via Skype and e-mail and documenting the care via electronic medical records.

Dr. Enoch Choi, Medical Director for Jordan International Aid (JIA)