Bridgefy

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Bridgefy is a mobile messaging app that works without internet or phone data, using a mesh network that allows for long-distance communication. We are solving the problem of people not being able to stay connected in a large number of situations, such as: natural disasters, rural areas, massive entertainment events and large buildings.

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