Founded in January 2013 and based in Barcelona (Spain), Wifivox is a Global Wifi provider offering high speed portable wireless Internet access to international business and leisure travelers all around the globe.
Roaming rates have been the stumbling block that prevented all of us to enjoy our trips with relief. That’s why in 2013 we created Wifivox: to help you stay connected everywhere avoiding the hefty roaming fees!
Today Wifivox helps thousands of travellers every year to enjoy their trips while staying connected with their loved ones at a reasonable price.
This is our story:
Wifivox signs a collaboration agreement with Orange
Wifivox launches a new redesigned website
Wifivox opens a new store in Madrid very close to the Atocha station - Calle General Lacy 20
Wifivox extends the pick-up points at Madrid and Barcelona airports. Now you can pick-up at Barcelona T1 and T2 and Madrid T1 and T4.
Wifivox starts offering 4G (LTE) in both the national and international units.
Wifivox signs a collaboration agreement with Vodafone, the top Spanish mobile carrier.
Wifivox extends it’s international coverage to 127 countries
Wifivox signs a collaboration agreement with The Excess Baggage Company, providing new pick-up points at the Barcelona Terminal 1 airport and Madrid Terminal 4 airport.
Wifivox extends it’s international coverage to 100 countries
We move our office to a new and bigger location in Barcelona, very near Sagrada Familia - Carrer Rosselló 324
Wifivox attends Fitur 2015 trade show presenting our Wifi International device with coverage in around 60 countries.
Wifivox launches it’s Affiliate Program, with commissions of up to 15% per sale.
Wifivox signs a collaboration agreement with Catalunya Convention Bureau.
Wifivox is officially presented at EIBTM 2013 trade show (The Global Meetings & Events Exhibition)
Wifivox signs a collaboration agreement with Barcelona Turisme, the official Barcelona Tourism Board
Wifivox opens a store in Barcelona located in El Born quarter - Carrer Agullers 18
Wifivox is founded by Borja Ruiz and Marc Muñoz in Barcelona