Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the state-run communication company has released a Third Generation (3G) wireless pocket router for Indian rupees 5800. The handy wireless pocket router has been released in collaboration with another telecom service provider Shyam networks. This handy pocket device is named Winknet Mf50. The amazing thing about Winknet Mf50 is the fact that it has the potential to connect more than one device to the World Wide Web.
This pocket router comes very handy when you have to connect multiple devices using a single sim card. A 3G sim card is required to run this pocket device. Winknet Mf50 is sim locked. Consumers will get a 60 Indian rupees recharge voucher after buying this handy device. You will get a data usage of about 1GB. Both Shyam telecom and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is immensely benefited by releasing this device. BSNL gives the sim cards to Shyam telecom. Shyam telecom with then sell this handy router.
“We have 3G services throughout India. We are very pleased with the launch of this amazing device”. BSNL Chairman and Managing Director told news reporters. “Winknet Mf50 will provide effortless broadband connectivity for people on the move”. Shyam telecom Executive Vice President Nafis Kazim told news reporters. This is a win-win deal for both BSNL and Shyam networks.
BSNL is the second telecom operator to launch a 3G pocket router in India. Tata Photon released a Wi-Fi hub a few months back giving customers similar features. Tat Photon router had the potential to connect to six different devices at the same time and offered incredible speeds of up to 6 Mbps. Winknet Mf50 is all set to gain a significant market share over other competitors. This handy wireless pocket router will be available throughout India for a market price of Indian rupees 5800.