Mobile phone network Three is set to release a new mobile broadband dongle in the Huawei E367, which brings with it improved performance and support for upcoming network upgrades.
Three’s Huawei E367 offering has a 40-percent faster browsing speed, along with being able to utilise the HSPA+ network that is due to arrive later on this year that can deliver speeds of 21Mbps.
The current mobile broadband dongle in Three’s arsenal only supports maximum download speeds of 7.2Mbps, where the ZTE M112 will still be sold alongside the E367 - to compliment the range.
Three’s dongle USB connector has a swivel head and can be angled for a better reception. Most other mobile broadband devices are simply fixed, where they just jut out of a USB port with no room for flexibility.
The Huawei E367 is the first USB dongle to arrive featuring the HSPA+ technologies, which will also be a part of the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy 8.9 tablet device.
Three’s Huawei E367 dongle will be available on a 24-month contract, with a 15GB data allowance for £18.03 a month over a 24-month period from April 7th.
The mobile broadband device will be around on a pay as you go 1GB ‘Ready To Go’ deal for £69.99, or on a rolling one month contract for £49.99 with a cost of £15.99 per month for 5GB – with existing users being able to buy the new version for £59.99.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com