Two new data card has been launched by ZTE in India.

Chinese handset maker and wholly owned subsidiary of China’s ZTE Corp has introduced two new 3G data card in Indian Market.

ZTE launches 3G data cards

India is big market for ZTE and so ZTE has  partnered with HCL Infosystems’ wholly owned subsidiary Digilife Distribution and Marketing Services for channel distribution and for online sales.

Company has seperately introduced two models, one with 14.4 MBPS download speed, which is a WiFi enabled hotspot, and another with 7.2 MBPS download speed.

First up, we have the high-end data card. This one offers speed up to 14.4Mbps and is priced at Rs. 2,250. The data card can also work as a Wi-Fi hotspot. All you need to do is plug it into a USB charger and the connectivity can be shared between five machines. It also works as a regular data card with a single laptop or desktop.The other data card is priced at Rs. 1,799 and offers speeds up to 7.2Mbps. This data card however cannot be used as a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Yuan Kang, director terminals business, ZTE India said, "We are excited to enter the Indian open market with our first two products and we hope to introduce more devices in the future. India is an important market for ZTE and this is our first step to enter the open market and cater to the needs of the masses with ZTE's innovative products.”

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