World Mobile launches in the United States and onboards Chief Architect James Tagg
(London, UK, 2 June 2022) : World Mobile is proud to onboard inventor and expert in the communications and telecommunications field, James Tagg. James Tagg is a technology entrepreneur, inventor, and author with expertise in man-machine interfaces, and quantum artificial intelligence. He is one of the inventors of the touchscreens found in all mobile phones and made the first VoIP call on a mobile phone. His passion and dedication to his work will bring unparalleled experience to the team with the launch of World Mobile USA.
World Mobile is a telecommunication infrastructure company which aims to build the world’s largest blockchain-based hybrid mobile network. It will deliver universal, affordable, and high-quality connectivity throughout the world, using the $WMT token to facilitate transactions across its network. The project aims to connect the unconnected.
James Tagg spoke about his new role and the vision of World Mobile to use the sharing economy to vastly reduce the cost of delivering connectivity to people worldwide:
“I’m honored to be joining the World Mobile team. Blockchain is a world changing technology, and there’s nothing more gratifying than connecting the globe with this cutting-edge technology.” He further added, “WM has a great vision and, with my background in innovative telecoms, we’re going to completely revolutionise the landscape.”
The US currently takes a traditional approach to telecommunication networks with costly corporate deployed networks. These struggle to keep up with the explosive demand for capacity and have numerous coverage problems. According to Statista, 10% of the population in the United States has no Internet connectivity and 30% of the country’s landmass lacks cellular coverage. It is estimated that a 10% increase in households connected to the Internet can add 1.4% to a country’s GDP. World Mobile’s launch in the United States of America is part of World Mobile’s roadmap and will bring a disruptive change in the telecommunication industry by utilizing the sharing economy to build the network at a fraction of the traditional cost.