Fetch Internet app Featured on CBS News

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Fetch Internet App Featured on CBS

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New York, NY, August 25, 2019 – The technology company TeliApp announced that Fetch Internet, the patent-pending CyberSecurity app that enables people to get the Internet access from their smartphones to their computers was featured on CBS Weekend Morning News in a special Back to School segment with Suzanne Le Mignot & Lifestyle Expert Josh McBride. Fetch Internet is the most secure smartphone-to-computer Internet tethering solution on the planet, making it ‘must-have technology’ for students. 

“Fetch Internet is faster, better and infinitely more secure than public WiFi.” said Joshua Weiss, TeliApp’s CEO. Fetch Internet became a Top #100 Productivity App on the App Store within twenty-four hours of going live earlier this year. The Fetch Internet app is available to iPhone users on the App Store, and to Android users on Google Play and supports both Mac and Windows computers.

The CBS Morning News segment featuring the Fetch Internet app had over 30,000 viewers and can be found on CBSChicago.com and is expected to reach over 10,000,000 online viewers. A shortened version of the segment with only the Fetch Internet app can be found here on TeliApp’s YouTube channel. The segment is also playing on CBS in St. Louis and on Yahoo News.

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Founded in 2012, TeliApp is a technology company based in Linden, NJ. Their patent-pending Fetch Internet app is the first and only cyber-security Internet tethering solution enabling Internet access from a smartphone to a computer without a hotspot. Fetch Internet is CUI (NIST 800-171), HIPPA and FERPA compliant. The Fetch Internet app is available to iPhone users on the App Store, and to Android users on Google Play. and supports both Mac and Windows computers.