Rcom lists its very first 4G LTE Wi-Pod pocket router on its e-store for Rs.2699

As we have reported earlier Rcom is migrating its existing CDMA subscribers to its 4G network which it will soon launch in partnership with Jio. The operator currently has around 5 million CDMA subscribers including those using EvDO data cards and fixed wireless phones. Now Rcom has listed its very first 4G LTE based Wi-Pod pocket router on its e-store.

Wipods shop.rcom.co.in

The wi-pod with model number WD670 has a pebble shape which is similar to Jio MiFi device. The front face has the power button along with the Reliance Wi-Pod branding and 5 Led indicators for LTE signal strength, uplink and downlink data transmission, wifi network, WPS and battery charge level. The left panel has the familiar micro USB charging and connectivity port. The device is currently available for pre booking for a price of Rs. 2699 which is at a discount of Rs.500 on the actual printed price of Rs.3199. As per the above image the deliveries start from 25th May, though if you click on the buy now button it shows the device in stock and shipping after 30th June.

On the tech specs front the device supports FD-LTE on bands 5 and 3 (850/1800 MHz) and TD-LTE on band 40 (2300 MHz) and is capable of delivering downlink speeds of up to 150 Mbps and uplink speeds of up to 50 Mbps through multi carrier aggregation. The device is capable of supporting 31 users simultaneously which is much higher than the 5 to 6 that traditional pocket routers support. The router sports a 2300 mAh battery which gives a usage time of 5 to 6 hours in normal network conditions. The wifi network is based on the 802.11 b/g/n protocol and on the 2.4 GHz band only.

Note: The website does mention something about upgrading existing reliance data cards to 4G by clicking on the ‘upgrade to 4G’ tab on the landing page of the data card when plugged into the USB port of your PC. Though the site does not clarify whether existing reliance 3, pro 3 and wi-pod users will get an exchange upgrade discount or if the lifetime 1GB per month subscription plan will be carried forward to the new LTE Wi-Pod.

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July 30, 2016 7:39 am 7:39 AM
Same Problem here I am getting speed of 100 Kbps and download speed was 11 kbps. No other service provider will not give this kind of service. it is possible with reliance only they know how to play with customers. Called to customer care is not good. we have to enter our 4G LTE number in IVRS and again they ask us for conformation with our name after long waiting for at least 20 – 30 mnts. in line. And Customer care people don’t know how to handle or speak with customers & who given training to them. Normally we… Read more »
July 20, 2016 10:36 pm 10:36 PM

pls anyone give me the link for 4G wi-pod setup mine is not working.. or upload and give me link for download

July 9, 2016 3:32 pm 3:32 PM
4G Wi-pod Speed very slow Hi I am a regular user of Pro 3 since 1 years and it was giving a constant speed of 1Mbps browsing speed. I never had any complain. But recently, after the upgrade to 4G wi-pod.The speed they are providing is very slow. I can’t even mention, its giving 100 Kbps browsing speed, 30 Kbps uploading speed and the downloading speed is 14 Kbps. I can’t even imagine, how could a service provider can give a speed like this with the postpaid plan of Rs1350 per month. I told the customer care about my problem,… Read more »
July 18, 2016 10:03 am 10:03 AM

Same problem here

July 13, 2016 2:34 pm 2:34 PM

Does your problem solved now or not ?.. How is the speed now for you ?.