The UK 3G phone network Three, has long given new ways to use their mobile bandwidth, with the company's line of MiFi products proving particularly popular. However, now, the company are offering a new product which they're hoping will give them another foot into the homes of consumers.
The Mobile Broadband Wi-Fi Hub, as it's dubbed, works by letting consumers simply plug their USB mobile broadband dongles into the port on the top, and the unit will create a WiFi network for up to five devices. It's HSPA+ compatible, meaning you can (potentially and theoretically) get downloads as fast as 21.1Mbps.
David Kerrigan, head of mobile broadband at Three said, "The ZTE MF10 Dongle Adapter is a fantastic addition to Three’s range of mobile broadband devices, offering people the flexibility of being able to create a Wi-Fi hotspot making their existing dongle even more useful, if they already own an mobile broadband dongle."
No word on pricing or availability yet, but it looks like an interesting product.Tweet