My Webspot Team

Our Team

We are a team of travel enthusiasts and entrepreneurs who realized that their internet needs were ever-growing.
As we become more and more connected, we think that everyone deserves better than the airports’ free WiFi and cheaper options than Data Roaming.

That’s why we created My Webspot, in order to provide you with a reliable, secure and affordable alternative to get access to the internet on the go.


High-speed Internet, everywhere you want 

Today, having an access to the Internet abroad is more necessary than ever. When used to their full capacities, your devices are a traveler’s best friend. You can use your phone and tablet to access maps, translation websites, you can book plane tickets or search for things to see and so on. With My Webspot, you can rent a Pocket WiFi and access high speed internet everywhere for a low price.


A convenient, easy to use device 

The pocket WiFi has a battery life of eight hours in use, fits in your pocket nicely and can connect up to five devices to the Internet. The pocket WiFi turns up with a single press of a button and its connection is secure and password protected. You will also have access to every data consuming application of your smartphone, tablet or computer, like Email services, maps, social media and applications to find information about your destination.

4G Internet on the go

We work hand-in-hand with the best mobile network operators in the world in order to give you the fastest connection and the largest coverage available, at the best prices possible. Our pocket WiFi is 4G compatible, with download speeds of up to 100 Mbps and upload speeds around 40 Mbps. 4G Network is available in most important cities in Europe.

Easy delivery, easier return

We deliver the pocket WiFi everywhere in Europe, regardless if it’s your home or your place of accommodation. You can also drop it at our offices in Paris during our opening hours.
To return the device, you will just have to put it in the prepaid envelope given to you on the first day, and drop it in a mailbox.