ZTE announced that it has sold
more than one million unique Wi-Fi (uFi) MF60 Mobile Hotspots since its launch
in April 2011 into Australian, American and European markets.
The high speed internet
connection, coupled with favorable data plans offered by T-mobile US,
Australia’s Telstra and Switzerland’s Swisscom, has enabled the device to
become a top seller across international markets.
The MF60 provides 21Mbps high
speed internet connection and supports up to ten Wi-Fi devices simultaneously.
With a simple, sleek design, OLED display, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) one-key
encryption and Web UI operation, the unit provides multiple users with rapid
access to the mobile internet terminal, offering customers an efficient and
seamless mobile business and entertainment experience.
“The rapid uptake of ZTE’s
uFi MF60 devices demonstrates the incredible thirst for mobile broadband being
driven by the increase in smartphones and tablets. With uFi, users do not have
to purchase a 3G data plan for every Wi-Fi device that they want to connect to
the internet,” said Zhu Dongtang, president of Mobile Broadband Device
Product Line ZTE.
“Public hot spot coverage
is not as ubiquitous as 3G cellular coverage and more often than not Wi-Fi is
not free even at hot spots. uFi enables users to benefit from one data plan.
Furthermore, the ZTE MF60 provides encryption, identification, firewall and
other security functions. Also, users can set up the number of device to be
connected in order to prohibit unknown users,” Dongtang added.
ZTE’s uFi products can be used,
for personal or business use indoors or outdoors, to quickly create a small
WLAN network and personal mobile Wi-Fi hot spot for up to ten users at one time
anywhere that there is 3G cellular coverage.
By Telecomlead.com Team