Telkom Business launches Pocket Wi-Fi

Telkom Business has launched an international mobile Wi-Fi product called Pocket Wi-Fi.

By - March 10, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Telkom Business has launched an international mobile Wi-Fi product called Pocket Wi-Fi.

The product offers businesses “affordable mobile data connectivity in over 140 countries across the globe”.

“Pocket Wi-Fi is a portable, pocket-sized mobile hotspot that business people can travel with and use for global Internet access,” said Telkom.

The mobile hotspot can connect up to 10 devices to 3G connectivity.

Pricing is set at R599 per month over 24 months, and includes 10GB of international data – made up of 34 daily 300MB data bundles.

2GB of local data per month is also included, and international data top-up bundles are available at R300 for 300MB.

Telkom’s Pocket Wi-Fi app will let users track their international data usage in “near real time”.

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