At World Mobile, we wish to live in a world where anybody, regardless of their location or background, may participate in economic empowerment. They want customers to be able to make wise, well-informed decisions. They also want firms to be successful in the global market. This company has also recently attended the AIBC Summit 2022 in Dubai.
Furthermore, they wish to connect those with less purchasing power to the rest of the world by collaborating with programs that provide free telephony to otherwise isolated locations.
The goal is to build a cutting-edge, high-impact mobile phone network with such a measurable socio-economic impact.
The focus is to enhance the user’s quality of service, not to raise the Average Profit Per User. They want to create value for the customers, not take it from them.
They place protection, security, and the sovereignty of our subscribers’ information at the very core of what we do by using blockchain technology at the foundation of the system.
We’re constructing decentralized, censorship-resistant, trust-free, and borderless communication systems that will liberate people all over the world by enabling users to own and control components of the network.
World Mobile is constructing infrastructure for last-mile connections using non-licensable spectrums such as free-space optical communication as well as other radio transmitters, resulting in lower internet access costs.
The spectrums link to many air nodes to form a mesh network, enabling remote settlements to access the internet.
“We pick up on the last mile of fiber and employ alternative spectrums like free-space optics or other radio spectrums that do not require a license,” World Mobile group CEO and founder Micky Watkins told TechCrunch.