Micromax Launched Country’s first MediaTek-powered 14.4Mbps MMX377G Data card

By May 28th, 2013 AT 2:29 PM

MMX377GCountry’s leading mobile device maker Micromax has launched a new 3G data card MMX377G in India. MMX377G is the first device in the country, which is powered by MediaTek’s MT6280 3G/HSPA+ thin modem platform.

The latest 3G USB modem from Micromax MMX337G supports upto 14.4 Mbps downlink and upto 5.76 Mbps uplink. It comes factory unlocked i.e. supports any 2G/3G SIM (though sooner or later some operators may bundle this data card under their 3G services). It also supports voice, phonebook, SMS and auto installation plug-&-play. There is a special YouTube tab that enables prompt access to the weekly top 10 music videos and  micromaxonline.com exclusively. The mini gadget comes with a microSD slot which is expandable upto 32GB. The new device is very affordable at Rs 1699 (on Snapdeal you can get extra 6% off right now).

Commenting on the new launch MediaTek’s General Manager – Business Development, Dr. Finbarr Moynihan, said, “Micromax 377G dongle is the first device in India powered by MediaTek’s MT6280 3G/HSPA+ thin-modem platform. The chipset supports HSPA+ data rates, receive diversity and comes as a highly-integrated, single-chip baseband and RF SoC (System on Chip) that offers small size, low power and leading data modem performance ideal for 3G data dongles, resulting in a high-quality browsing experience for consumers. We are delighted that India’s leading mobile brand has chosen MediaTek to power its latest 3G data card.”

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how to vodafone 2g sim connect my windows7 pc


Is it compatible with windows 8 and can we get wifi with this.

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