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ZTE launches 3G USB Modem in Greece
TT Correspondent |  |  09 Mar 2011

ZTE Corporation , a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, along with COSMOTE, the leading mobile operator in Greece launched the 3G dual carrier HSPA+ USB modem in the country.


The company claims that the MF680 brings the speed of third generation (3G) data communications closer to the requirements of 4G networks (known as LTE), with download and upload speeds of up to 42Mbps and 5.76Mbps respectively.


The MF680 has been especially designed for HSPA+ networks, providing users with powerful mobile broadband experience. The modem is equipped with a USB slider connector that can be adjusted and plugged into any USB interface and also supports a MicroSD card with data storage of up to 32 GB.


Since we launched our first 21.6Mbps HSPA+ USB modem in Greece in 2009, there has been growing demand for higher bandwidth and more reliable data services. ZTE’s MF680 offers consumers a much better experience by accessing COSMOTE’s high-speed mobile broadband network, combined with a stylish form factor and higher technology,” said Zhang Yadong, General Manager of ZTE’s mobile broadband division.

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