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Vodafone introduces a new Mi-Fi to enhance productivity of SMEs



Vodafone Ghana has introduced a portable mobile wireless device known as Vodafone Mi-Fi to provide faster and better internet experience for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana, as part of efforts to help the growth of small businesses in the country.

The new Vodafone Mi-Fi provides a secure shared mobile internet connection with up to 10 laptops or any Wi-Fi enabled device, allowing users to surf the web, download files and music, share photos and documents and manage emails, on the go.

Vodafone’s new Mi-Fi comes with a one year warranty and it is arguably the hotspot device with the longest life span on the market.

The portable hotspot device gives users reliable and affordable internet access, particularly SMEs since there is no setup or maintenance cost required.

Recently, the company launched 21.1 megabit per second (mbps) MI-Fi and modem.
The Mi-Fi and modem provide seamless high speed internet connectivity and Vodafone is the first network to introduce these mobile broadband devices in the market.

The Mi-Fi connects up to five devices. It also has a monitoring application which is available on iTunes and Google Play and can be downloaded onto tablets and smartphones monitor network strength, battery power, number of devices connected and data used.

The modem has a built-in QuickStart application which enables the device to automatically connect to the internet in less than 30 seconds and offers an improved user experience. It also works on Windows 8 operating system.

According to the company, the 21.1mbps Mi-Fi and modem are quick and easy to set up and can be managed through a web user interface. They can be used with any web browser irrespective of the operating system. 


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