Britain’s broadband provider 3 has said that its new mobile WiFi service, which is also known as MiFi, will be available from Sep. 17 through telesales as well as its website. Customers will also be able to sign up to it in-store from the subsequent day.
Customers will be able to take up a 1-month contract including 5 GB of data ay the cost of £15. The wireless modem will cost £69.99.
The device that backs manifold Wi-Fi connections simultaneously to provide web access to laptops plus other gadgets, measures 86x45x10mm.
Director of sales & marketing at 3 UK, Marc Allera, said, "There are millions of Wi-Fi devices out there, but they can only be used in fixed locations. Consumer demand for easy and affordable internet access on the go is growing fast and we're responding to that by announcing the UK's first wireless modem."
People can also catch a ‘Ready-to-Go’ kit presenting a wireless modem and 3GB of data for use over a 3-month period for £99.99.
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