Avis Offers Mobile Wi-Fi Hot Spot

Avis Rent A Car System, LLC recently announced the launch of its new Avis Connect service which gives travelers access to wireless Internet connectivity at all times during their travel, the company reports.

From airports to meetings to hotels, and everything in between, the opportunity to have portable connectivity throughout a traveler’s trip is expected to enhance the productivity and convenience of Avis renters' travel.

The first Avis Connect units is being offered at San Francisco International Airport and will soon be available at Avis airport locations in San Jose, Oakland, Los Angeles, Newark, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York, San Diego and Seattle.

The cost of the Avis Connect service is $10.95 per day.

Avis customers that utilize Avis Connect service do not need cellular data cards or special software loads to connect to wireless Internet devices. Avis Connect is compatible with all Wi-Fi enabled devices, including laptops, Ultra-Mobile PC handhelds and PDAs.

For more information, visit www.avis.com.

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