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Safety, Security and Peace of Mind

While traveling in a group always increases safety, Ride Mobile makes work and travel safer by providing data coverage in more places and is more secure than public Wi-Fi.

With travel, it’s often said that there’s safety in numbers, meaning that traveling in a group offers more safety and protection than going solo. For those who are on the move and live a digital lifestyle, relying on a single cellular network increases risk off the beaten path. Why go solo? When you have Ride Mobile, you’ll have the added safety of access to multiple networks for a larger coverage footprint.

Ride makes work and travel safer by providing data coverage in more places by offering a diverse, redundant array of mobile networks to protect against network degradation in extreme weather, natural disasters, or service outages and by providing a faster and more secure connection than public Wi-Fi networks.  

Ride fills in the coverage gaps and black holes

Thereby enhancing safety by being there for you when you need it, wherever there is any usable cellular signal. In the U.S., Ride Mobile becomes your coverage companion – extending your access to the mobile Internet wherever there’s a usable network. Of course, Ride cannot connect you if there’s no mobile network available, but if there’s even one network available, Ride will connect you.

Ride Mobile can help even more when conditions are less than perfect. Extreme weather, storms, hail, high winds, flooding, surge, fires, smoke, and dust, all increasingly common, can degrade radio signals so that even in places where there is normally a good signal, external conditions and events can weaken your signal strength. Service outages can also occur, even in good weather. If there is any available network, Ride will connect you when your network is down. Problem solved! 

Ride Mobile was created because more and more people are going outdoors, heading off the beaten path, seeking new adventures, and traveling again, as well as working at a different job site, from the road or remotely. We see businesses, including construction, contractors, trades, agriculture, multi-location businesses, road warriors, and first responders, all going places where a usable cellular signal is weak or unavailable. For those who live a digital lifestyle, coverage gaps and black holes don’t just cramp your style but could complicate your day or even put your safety at risk.

Mobile data is far more safe and secure than public Wi-Fi, whether at airports, hotels, coffee shops, or other public places. Public Wi-Fi can also be slow, much slower than a usable cellular signal. Many Ride users prefer mobile Internet to Wi-Fi, especially in public places, for safety, security, and speed.                                                                                                                                                              

Whether in the U.S. or traveling the globe, Ride keeps you safe, secure, and connected wherever there’s a usable signal.  

NOTE:   Should you find yourself in an emergency and not able to connect to either your Primary Carrier or Ride, try calling the local emergency number – 911 in the U.S. and Canada – to reach emergency services. Even if your normal cellular carrier network isn’t available, you might be able to make the call. If you have an iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro model, you may be able to use Emergency SOS via satellite to text emergency services when you’re out of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage. You can find more about Apple’s Emergency SOS service at: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT213426