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Hollywood also loves Spain

11 Jun

Sundays are for us Movie-Days. We love going to the cinema and forgetting about the upcoming monday between frames and popcorn, or just stay at home and choose the perfect movie.

So yesterday we began to remember some Hollywood scenes or movies that have been shot in Spain. We remember these, but we are sure there are many more:

1. Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008)

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New tripNETer Video!

3 Jun

We have great news! We recently made public our new video. Mr. Aitor Aspe is responsible for the good vibes and the really helpful video.We think this vid will help people understand what tripNETer is and how we can help tourists in Spain.

Check it out:

Please give us your opinion! it is really important for us!

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tripNETer Road Trip Music

31 May

In our Road Trip through the Green Spain, we spent many ‘lost hours’ driving from one landscape to another. We have found that for us there are some basic elements to survive the boredom that we want to share with you:

1) Bring with you lots of drinks. Water is the perfect choice to be hydrated, but I do prefer fruit juices (Peach specially, my favourite).

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tripNETer hand in hand with Barcelona

26 May

tripNETer keeps growing!

And since last week you can rent your tripNETer device and have Internet all around the city from two hotspots in Barcelona…..

Barcelona Turisme Offices from Plaza Catalunya and Plaza Colon are joining forces with tripNETer and offering our service. Now it is easier for you to pick up our tripNETer Surfing Pack! Just come to this lovely places and ask!

Plaza Catalunya

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Women prefer to surf the internet rather than sex

29 Mar

We’ve read an interesting statement about internet:

Researchers asked men and women to look at a list of everyday activities and then choose the three things that they could not live without for a month.

Both men and women selected the internet and sleep as absolutely necessary to get by, but disagreed on the third essential.

While men chose sex, women instead opted for showers.

The study, carried out by Women at NBCU, supplies growing evidence that women are starting to outpace men when it comes to technology, traditionally a male interest. The organisation provides marketing and research advice to advertisers.

That’s an amazing conclusion and if that is true, tripNETer may be a VERY useful solution for women to satisfy their (internet) necesities while traveling to spain! As for men, sorry but we don’t have your solution, you may have to ask somewhere else…

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk

The Nokia Blog reviews tripNETer

5 Mar

Mark Guim from the Nokia Blog tried tripNETer during his visit to the Mobile World Congress (MWC2012) at Barcelona and this is what he thinks about our service!

http://thenokiablog.com/2012/03/03/tripneter-mobile-hotspot-review/

If you also want to try tripNETer during your visit in Spain, book it now at http://www.tripNETer.com

Vodafone Spain will cut the “free” MB for Roaming in Europe

14 Dec

Photo by jonoakley on Flickr. Some rights reserved

A month ago Vodafone launched an important announce called “Commitment Vodafone”, which intended to “win the confidence” of the client by eliminating the “small asterisk footnotes”, not to limit the proposals, but to reinforce the message.

It only took 30 days to see the first asterisk and worser condition in their most expensive talk and surf plans that included 50MB or 250MB of “free” roaming navigation (Per month) within europe. Is still expensive if you compare it with tripNEter that offers unlimited MB per day for only 5,99€ all over Spain, but it was something.

Now any spanish user that activates their plans after december 1 wont have those “free” MB of roaming in Europe, and must pay a regular price for the Data Roaming that goes up to 1€ per 100kb for some users.
This new condition only gets worse every time and the roaming rates goes in the opposite direction to the technology advance and more consuming apps and pages we are getting used to.

source: xataka móvil