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CelluAir Launches to Make It Simple for U.S. Visitors to Stay Connected

Company’s affordable, hassle-free, unlimited mobile service plans will be of real interest to the millions who visit the United States every year, CelluAir reports

ATLANTA – July 18, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

The United States received more than 75 million international visitors last year, according to the National Travel and Tourism Office, with a similar number expected through the end of 2017. Thanks to the launch of the new travel mobile service CelluAir, staying connected has become simpler than ever before.

Offering Unlimited voice and data in a form designed specifically for visitors to the United States, the new service does away with all the usual hassles. Travelers can simply bring their own unlocked, GSM-compatible phone and Celluair kit with them and activate online when ready. As a simpler, more affordable way for the millions who travel to the United States each year to stay connected, CelluAir will be of great interest to many.

“With so many people from elsewhere traveling to the United States every year, it’s time that there was a better way to get unlimited voice, data, and text mobile service,” said CelluAir Co-Founder Michael Harkins. “That’s why we created CelluAir, and we’re truly proud of what we have to offer. For a single low price, travelers can count on reliable, unlimited service without any of the hassles of signing up for a standard plan. CelluAir was conceived to help make every visit to the U.S. as pleasant and enjoyable as possible, and we think many travelers are going to really appreciate the service.”

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) issues monthly tallies of arrivals by foreign travelers, along with estimates of their spending while here. The ITA’s National Travel and Tourism Office predicts that more than 90 million international visitors will arrive in the U.S. in 2020, with average annual growth of about 3.3% continuing thereafter.

Among the many from other countries who visit the United States each year, one common complaint has been the difficulty and cost of arranging for mobile service while traveling. CelluAir was launched to make it much easier than before to be sure of having top-quality, unlimited mobile voice, data, and text service while visiting the U.S. With their “Simply Prepaid” plan now available, travelers are invited to visit the new CelluAir website to learn more.

About CelluAir:
Making it simple for U.S.-bound travelers to stay connected, CelluAir offers affordable, hassle-free, unlimited mobile voice, data, and text service plans.

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Harkins
Organization: CelluAir
Address: 6445 Powers Ferry Rd. #350 Atlanta, GA 30339
Phone: 877-223-1978

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