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Nawras launches new Wi-Fi modem.

Oman-based Nawras, a leading telecom provider, has launched its latest model of Wi-Fi modem for customers in the Sultanate.

Introducing the latest model of Wi-Fi modem for customers in Oman, this sleek device from Nawras is the most affordable in the market and the easiest to use.

After subscribing to any 3G+ broadband plan, customers can buy the new E5 II modem for RO43 ($112) and up to five customers can get closer by creating their own Wi-Fi spot.

The modem comes with a Nawras post paid SIM card included in the price, a statement said.

With an advanced OLED screen, the new E5 II shows helpful details like 'insert SIM card' and 'SMS received' and displays battery strength, how many customers are using the device, whether the modem is connected to the Internet and signal strength, the statement added.

Nawras Mousbak (prepaid) customers can use the modem to recharge, check their balance and subscribe to a range of internet bundles, all offering great value for different styles of usage.

The modem supports English and Arabic language and the featured Micro SD card slot allows it to function as a flash drive for convenient storage of data. Purchase of the modem without an Internet plan is RO49 including a free Nawras SIM card.

"The new E5II modem allows customers to create their personal own Wi-Fi hotspot," said Mohsin Khan, device manager.

"A variety of devices like smartphones, iPods, tablets, laptops or PlayStations can be used with the E5II modem via Wi-Fi. This modem has more features than its predecessor but is selling for RO20 less so it is offering great value as you would expect from Nawras," he added. -- TradeArabia News Service

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Publication:TradeArabia (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Mar 2, 2011
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