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MobilityPass MiFi Global Roaming Internet

What is MiFi?

  • Your personal unlocked mobile hotspot device
  • Share your international roaming 3G broadband connection with colleagues and friends
  • A small device that measures 62mm x 98mm x 15.3mm – smaller than a deck of cards
  • Connects with up to 5 devices or 5 people
  • Includes international roaming 3G broadband SIM card with connection in 100+ countries
  • No contract, no monthly payment. Pay as you go.

You are a business traveler and you have your laptop, iPhone, and digital media player. You want to travel light, you want to be able to connect effortlessly and you want minimum hassle.

Plus there are people to impress and the meetings are important, so there is no room for mishaps of any kind.

Or you are a global trotting journalist, and you are going to a hot news spot to report. You have your blackberry, camera and notebook and reporting back with speed is crucial. There is no time to fiddle around with local data SIM cards or locating an internet connection, you need to be able to report on the spot now.

What is the one thing that you have to take with you?

Your MiFi 2352 and your International Roaming 3G Broadband SIM card, that’s what, and Mobility Pass has a great offer on at the moment.

This nifty little device is a Godsend. It’s small – 62mm x 98mm x 15.3mm to be precise, which is slightly bigger than a credit card and slightly smaller than a deck of cards. Never mind fitting into your bag, it weighs only 81 grams and will fit easily into your trouser pocket. How nifty and cool is that?

It will connect with up to five devices or with five people so you can share your MiFi and your International Roaming 3G Broadband SIM card connection with colleagues and friends. So if you are traveling with four other people, they can all connect to the internet via your MiFi device. (And you get to win the popularity contest with your MiFi device!)

Here are some more specifications:

Tri-band HSUPA/HSDPA

  • 900/1900/2100 MHz

Quad-band GPRS/EDGE

  • 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • A-GPS and gpsOneXTRA™ support
  • Receiver equalisation
  • Receiver diversity

Data Speeds

  • HSDPA – Up to 7.2 Mbps downlink
  • HSUPA – Up to 5.76 Mbps uplink

and it works with Windows 2000, XP and Vista, Mac OS X 10.4 or later and Linux.