Salora launches Zapper3G-14.4 mbps USB Dongle

By January 6th, 2014 AT 6:10 PM

Salora launched Zapper3G-SIL 300B, high- speed 3G USB Dongle with a downloading speed up to 14.4 mbps at Rs. 1,599 .

salora-data-cardThe newly launched Plug & Play 3G dongle provides network / operator flexibility by supporting any operator’s SIM Card and Micro SD card with an expandable memory up to 32 GB. The device supports Voice Calls, SMS features and Video Calls through third party applications like Skype etc.

The dongle supports all major operating Systems like Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8, Mac OSX (10.5-10.9), Linux Ubuntu12.04 LTS (Data Service Only) and is available in colors- Black and White with a warranty of 1 year.

“The launch of Zapper 14.4 Mbps is opportune to meet the demand of our customers seeking high- speed mobile data offering faster and seamless internet connectivity,” said Mr. Gopal Jiwarajka, Chairman & Managing Director of Salora International Limited.

Zapper3G-SIL300B is available all across India through different sales networks including Online and is backed by Salora’s own pan India service network “SILCARE”.

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The name of the company sounds familiar. I have had a black and white television manufactured by Salora.

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