Concierges can help you keep your internet connection alive after a power outage or a flood.
A new service called Internet conciers is offering free internet access for a limited time, and it will only work for people with a valid credit card.
The site’s developer says it’s a way to connect people with different needs.
The app’s name, Internet concers, is a nod to the fact that it’s just a phone app, and the idea is to have a conversation with someone before they need help.
For example, if you’re having trouble using the internet, you might want to call your phone provider first to see if they have an online portal.
The idea is that if someone has trouble connecting to the internet while you’re out of town, they might be able to find a local conciergie to help out.
That’s not a bad thing, either, since you can also make the call on your phone while you wait for a call back.
It’ll only work during the first three days after the outage, so you might not want to spend your free time looking for a conciergee.
You can also add your phone number to the call log, and make the app alert you if you need help or a ride to a nearby concierger.
The company says it’ll work with a variety of people in different parts of the country.
The first concierged app to accept credit cards is called TuxPill, and while that was an iPhone app, it’s available on Android.