ZTE and Uros have introduced the Goodspeed 4G mobile hotspot MF900 — which is manufactured under a technology licence from Uros — providing travellers with affordable international data roaming.
The device is the world’s first commercially available 4G hotspot that accommodates up to 10 SIM cards at once. It provides private connectivity for up to 14 Wi-Fi connections and one USB connection simultaneously.
The Goodspeed MF900 supports all mainstream global 4G frequencies (LTE FDD & LTE TDD), allowing end-users to connect to 4G networks whenever, wherever. Powering the device is a Qualcomm Gobi MDM9225 modem chipset, which offers downlink data rates of up to 150Mbps and uplink rates of up to 50Mbps.
A 3200mAh battery lasts up to 12 hours on one charge, or seven days on standby mode, and can be fully charged in three hours. Despite its sizable battery, the Goodspeed MF900 weighs just 125 grams, making it a suitable option for those often on the road.
The Goodspeed MF900 comes with software-based encryption, giving security-conscious business users added peace of mind. Also, the device features a data monitoring and management function, allowing end-users to effectively manage their data on-the-go.
The ZTE Goodspeed 4G mobile hotspot MF900 will be available for purchase in July from Goodspeed direct sales channels, including Business Sales and official Goodspeed distributors, before general availability from goodspeed.io.