BSNL to launch a WiFi pocket router for Rs 5,800
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), in association with Shyam Networks will launch a 3G WiFi Router, Winknet MF 50
New Delhi: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), in association with Shyam Networks will launch a 3G WiFi Router, Winknet MF 50, on Tuesday with attractive data plans to boost the uptake of its 3G services.
BSNL spokesperson said to The Mobile Indian, "3G WiFi Router, Winknet MF 50, will be made available from tomorrow at all the BSNL stores for Rs 5,800. It will come bundled with attractive data plans that BSNL will announce tomorrow."
Winknet MF 50, 3G pocket router, will converts the data signal connection to WiFi, thus creating a Wifi hotspot which can be used by minimum five users simultaneously for connecting WiFi enabled devices including phones, laptops and personal computers.
This is not the first time that both the companies are working together for consumer products. A couple of months back BSNL and Shyam Networks had launched a 3G data card Winknet in Uttar Pradesh.
Winknet, 3G dongle, was launched for Rs 1,900 and it also supported 2G connection. It had a download speed of 7.2 mbps and upload speed of 5.76 mbps.
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