Mobilicity has announced the addition of two Wi-Fi hotspot devices to its roster of smartphones with built-in hotspots to give productivity-driven customers an array of options for easily and affordably accessing the Internet through its industry-leading unlimited data offering.
The Huawei E583C is a compact, plug-and-play, portable Wi-Fi hotspot, which at 90 grams can quickly pop into a pocket or handbag and can connect up to five Wi-Fi devices and one tethered device.
With password-protection and support for up to 8GB of additional memory, the device allows Mobilicity data customers to connect other smartphones, laptops, netbooks, tablets, digital cameras and Wi-Fi enabled video game consoles using the carrier’s unlimited network.
Mobilicity also introduced the Huawei D105 Wi-Fi Dock, a docking station for its Huawei E1691 data stick. It doubles as a Wi-Fi hotspot and makes it possible to simultaneously connect more than 20 Wi-Fi enabled devices to the web using Mobilicity’s unlimited data offering.
The Huawei E583C mobile hotspot and D105 Wi-Fi Dock join the HTC Panache, Samsung Nexus S and Samsung Galaxy Mini Android smartphones, which feature built-in Wi-Fi hotspots enabling customers to efficiently connect their other Wi-Fi devices to the Internet when they add Mobilicity’s $10 industry-leading unlimited data onto any unlimited talk and text plan. For data stick and standalone Wi-Fi hotspot customers, Mobilicity offers unlimited data for only $40/month.
The Huawei E583C and Huawei D105 Wi-Fi dock are priced at $99.99 and $69.99 respectively. They are available at Mobilicity stores across Canada as are the Samsung Nexus S ($349.99), HTC Panache ($299.99) and Samsung Galaxy Mini ($169.99) smartphones.