Yorkshire’s leading business telecoms provider, Intouch Advance, is delighted to announce it has supplied its long-standing customer, Fourway Coaches, with the latest 4G WiFi units from EE. These will be used for the first time on the Leeds Rhinos’ team coach, as they journey to Wembley for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final on Saturday, 29th August.
Intouch Advance has been managing Fourway Coaches’ mobile estate since 2004, not only providing mobile products, but also delivering customer support and quarterly audits, all leading to significant cost savings for the client. In recent years, with advances in mobile technology, Intouch Advance has identified and implemented mobile broadband solutions for Fourway Coaches that have enabled it to offer free WiFi to passengers during their journey.
For Leeds Rhino’s special journey, the team coach will feature the new 4GEE mobile WiFi units supplied by Intouch Advance on the bus. The double speed WiFi will allow up to 32 Leeds Rhinos players and officials to share broadband with up to 60 Mbps download speeds and enjoy super fast EE mobile broadband whilst on their way to Wembley.
Paul Thorogood, General Manager of Fourway Coaches, said, “We strive to give our customers the best travel experience and are excited to upgrade our broadband offerings for Leeds Rhinos to try out first. Not only has our telecoms provider, Intouch Advance, found a superfast solution for us, they’ve also made us substantial savings against similar products in the market, by implementing EE’s mobile WiFi.”
Tim Harrison, Account Director at Intouch Advance said, “We are delighted to be able to supply Fourway Coaches with this fantastic product in time for the Rhino’s trip to Wembley. On behalf of everyone at Intouch Advance, I’d like to wish the team the best of luck in the final against Hull KR this Saturday.”
As well as being the ideal solution onboard the new Fourway Coaches’ vehicles, these mobile WiFi units from EE are also perfect for temporary offices, portable cabins, mobile homes, or when people want to benefit from a superfast broadband service, but don’t have a landline.