Israel based startup Keepgo receives $1.3 mil. funding from Russia

With the mobile data roaming market reaching over $40 billion annually, as stated by Jupiter Research, anything that can provide the users with a cost effective service and still get results done is hot commodity.

Keepgo, an Israeli based startup, is offering its services as a mobile data operator on a global level at local prices. Keepgo provides services to different types of users, from personal to corporate, providing them with a SIM card which they can use for mobile data usage no matter where they are traveling.

The system is an aggregator of mobile carriers, buying data packages from networks around the world. With a developed both mobile and network applications it integrates with the carrier network of a given country seamlessly.

Keepgo also developed ground breaking technology and made it possible for any gadget to connect across over 400 mobile carriers.

Founded by David Lipovkov and Guy Sbarsky, in 2009, it already made a over $3 million in revenues last year.  Earlier this month Keepgo received funding of $1.3 million from and AltaIR, two Russian funds.

Zack C.

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