World mobile takes a global step: app now accessible on Google Play in four major countries

World mobile takes a global step: app now accessible on Google Play in four major countries

World Mobile, the trailblazing decentralized wireless (DeWi) network operator, has unveiled its app on Google Play, extending its services to users in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and Tanzania starting August 22.

This exciting launch follows a string of beta tests held in regions traditionally underserved in terms of mobile connectivity, including Kenya, Mozambique, and Nigeria. The World Mobile app is already accessible in Zanzibar.

The mission is to bridge the connectivity chasm between major telecom companies and those residing in underserved markets. They achieve this by offering connectivity services and promoting a blockchain-based sharing system through their proprietary token, World Mobile Token (WMT), along with other Cardano-based tokens.

World Mobile ingeniously combines existing infrastructure with innovative technology solutions to cater to its users. For instance, in some areas, they harness “TV white space” – unused television broadcast spectrums – to transmit and receive data. In other regions, they’ve adapted SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service for mobile customers.

It’s worth noting that while the Google Play launch introduces a plethora of exciting features, not all functions will be universally accessible due to varying regulatory frameworks in different countries.

In parallel news, World Mobile has entered into a strategic partnership with SingularityNET, an artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics company. According to a World Mobile blog post, the collaboration aims to develop and manage customer service solutions for the World Mobile platform.

The partnership will also explore an innovative AI and blockchain-based lending and credit approval service that adapts to users’ payment history and reputation, promising a transformative experience in the world of mobile connectivity.

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