Free Trial Opportunity – Open Mobile from CGNET and iPass

Written by Dan Callahan

I'm the VP of Global Services at CGNET. I manage our Cybersecurity and Cloud Services businesses. I also provide consulting and handle a lot of project management. I wear a lot of hats. Professionally, I'm a builder of businesses. Outside of work, I'm a hobby farmer, chef, skier, dog walker, jokester, woodworker, structuralist, husband and father.

January 11, 2013

Written by Dan Callahan

I'm the VP of Global Services at CGNET. I manage our Cybersecurity and Cloud Services businesses. I also provide consulting and handle a lot of project management. I wear a lot of hats. Professionally, I'm a builder of businesses. Outside of work, I'm a hobby farmer, chef, skier, dog walker, jokester, woodworker, structuralist, husband and father.

January 11, 2013

Try iPass Travel Access Free for 14 Days!

UPDATE: The trial period is over, but do fill out the inquiry form if you want to know more about Open Mobile!

Wi-Fi for the Globally Mobile

We’re delighted to announce that, in partnership with iPass, CGNET is offering interested organizations a chance to try our slick new Open Mobile service… free of charge for 14 days!

Open Mobile makes it super easy, cost-effective and secure to get your employees on the Internet while they’re traveling.  It works on Windows, Macintosh, iPad/iPhone and Android devices.  And you can access it from virtually anywhere.

How does the offer work? Simple–like Open Mobile!  Just click and you’ll be taken to a page where you can fill out a sign-up form.  Once that’s complete and approved, you’ll receive instructions on how to install the client software and use the service.  That’s it!

At the end of the 14 day trial, you’ll have the option of signing up for the service (you know you’ll want to!) or saying, “thanks, not just yet.”  Either way, you’ll get a chance to experience what Open Mobile is all about.

So don’t waste another minute! Click and get started!

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