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Orange launches Novatel Wireless 3352 mobile wi-fi


Orange has launched a new mobile wi-fi device, the Novatel Wireless 3352.

The device comes with an intuitive interface featuring customisable widgets and on-board apps, and it requires no USB connections or wires. At the touch of a button, the user can create a portable wi-fi hotspot on the Orange 3G network.

The hotspot supports the connection of a maximum of up to five devices, which can comprise of tablets, laptops, portable music players, games consoles and so forth.

Orange is making the Novatel Wireless 3352 available on all of its mobile broadband plans, with the price starting at a one-off fee of £49, or possibly more depending on the exact deal you plump for.


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