The Next Big Thing is Here

Tony Sagami

Have you ever tried to check the markets, make a restaurant reservation or get directions on your mobile phone?

Then you know how frustrating it is to navigate the "information superhighway" at such slow speeds, it almost feels like you're going in reverse!

This could all be about to change ... very soon.

That's because I've just uncovered a new technology that could make the Internet Revolution in the '90s look like small potatoes.

I'm calling it the "Mobile Supernet" ... and this technology is so groundbreaking, I think it has the potential to potentially disrupt the entire mobile industry.

I'm not alone in my forecast.

  • The New York Times is declaring the "Mobile Supernet" to be "one of those rare [opportunities] that happens in Silicon Valley every 20 or 30 years."
  • This service is so fast, Business Insider claims the "Mobile Supernet" is reliable and fast enough to "replace your home broadband entirely."

But you don't have to wait even a decade to witness it. That's because the end of mobile is just around the corner.

And in a moment, I'll show you how you can cash in on this trend with gains up to 268% ... 622% ... even 949% in a matter of weeks or even days!

But first, let me show you why this new technology is so powerful.

Right now we're undergoing a revolution in computing.

Smartphone and tablet sales are exploding ... while sales of PCs and laptops are stalling out.

According to a recent article on Bloomberg, global tablet shipments are expected to grow over 45% this year and overtake PC sales by 2015.

And there are now over 1 billion smartphones in use across the globe.

The only problem is, all of these new devices are putting a big strain on mobile Internet providers.

As Cisco reports in its Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, over half a billion mobile devices were added to the mobile Internet last year ... causing mobile data traffic to surge 81%!

But what's even more shocking is that last year's mobile data traffic was nearly 18-times larger than the entire global Internet traffic back in 2000!

That's just on mobile networks.

And the mobile Internet service is running into the same problem we had with dial-up Internet service back in the '90s ... it is frustratingly slow and unreliable.

But one company has developed a revolutionary new technology that's up to 1,000x faster than the current network ... and much more reliable. And they've partnered up with a major telecom to bring this technology across the country.

In short, the mobile Internet is about to make the jump into hyper-speed in the next few months.

And when it does ... investors who get in on the action early will have the opportunity to collect gains as high as 268% ... 622% ... 949% or MORE in just a few weeks.

That's why I just put the finishing touches on a brand new presentation that gives you all the details on this "Mobile Supernet" Revolution.

Simply click this link to watch it today.

In this urgent presentation, I reveal:

  • The groundbreaking technology behind the "Mobile Supernet" ... and how it could disrupt the entire mobile industry  ...
  • The one company that's poised to skyrocket when this company takes its technology across the globe ...
  • And the simple way you can play this trend for triple-digit gains in the next few months ...

Because of the explosive nature of this opportunity, I can't guarantee how long I will keep this video online.

So to ensure that you don't miss out, turn up your computer speakers and click this link now to watch your free presentation.

Best Wishes,
Tony Sagami

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Posted 06-06-2014 12:20 PM by Tony Sagami
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