Two issues face the cellular industry and iNet2 has the answers:
Looming Cellular Meltdown
Mobile data is in crisis and will have a meltdown if action is not taken sometime within the next five years.
· Cisco: Globally, mobile data traffic will double every year through 2013, increasing 66x between 2008 and 2013 
· Morgan Stanley: Mobile Internet to Dominate Within 5 Years 
iNet2 anticipated this problem and designed a wireless canopy for mobile communication integrated into a Fiber-To-The-Premises fixed network that delivers the wonders of nearly limitless capability for consumers while conveying these same services wirelessly to mobiles. It resembles AT&T’s U-verse over fiber instead of copper with this twist for which our founder has already been issued one patent (US7623858) and has another pending.
This significantly lowers the cost of service while vastly increasing wireless capability. iNet2 will be able to greatly reduce the total communications costs for the average family while undercutting the incumbents. For instance, a family of four with two SmartPhones and two messaging phones could save about $70 per month on their entire communications costs with iNet2. Add an additional $60 per month in savings if they require one mobile laptop computer.
Many more consumers will be able to find value in mobile SmartPhones as their capabilities increase and the cost of service decreases.
Is Metered Billing Necessary?
While SmartPhones increase market share, they will also evolve to include additional services that will further obstruct the cellular network.[11, 12 13, 14, 15] Incumbent cellular operators all owned by telephone companies will be disadvantaged.
As voice usage has dropped, mobile operators have lowered the price of their unlimited voice plans. To compensate they have raised the cost of using text and / or data, as usage of these forms of communication has risen. Incumbent cellular carriers are requiring additional fees driving up the costs of using them [16 17]. EACH and EVERY SmartPhone is required to have its own $30 / month data plan. This rising cost is curtailing the adoption of this helpful and rewarding technology, especially in these tough economic times.
The cellular companies are working with a scarcity of capacity. Their cost of service is large. The goal of both fixed and mobile operators appears to be implementing metered billing [18, 19]. This “frequently fails to offer real consumer value .” By 2014 the average mobile broadband connection is expected to generate 7GB per month , far exceeding current caps and costing users overage charges.
iNet2 will be able to offer simplified billing to the delight of customers.
HOW YOU CAN HELP:
We need an investment of $750K to $1M to perfect and design this system. Refer us to an Angel investor who is familiar with telecommunications.
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