[LeWeb’12] French company Altheia offers mobile internet in 2G

by bold-lichterman

On the occasion of the show LeWeb Paris 2012, the French start-up Altheia present Be-Bound, a mobile application that allows users to connect to the Internet anywhere in the world, without cellular data (3G or Edge) or WiFi, relying on 2G.

The solution, officially launched on December 19, will initially be available on Android. It will work in the form of credits: the user will buy “Be-Miles” (€ 3 = 35 Be-Miles, € 6 = 100 Be-Miles and € 10 = 200 Be-Miles) which will be used to connect and will allow you to manage your Internet consumption abroad.

Altheia is participating this year in the Startup Competition organized during LeWeb Paris. She is also looking to raise funds.

Presentation of Be-Bound by Yazid Chir, CEO of Altheia Group: