Exclusive: Unboxing the New Airtel 3G Wi-Fi Data Card

By July 10th, 2014 AT 9:32 PM

Recently Airtel had announced the launch of 3G Wi-Fi Data Card that offers speeds up to 21.6 Mbps and allows up to five simultaneous users. Today we bring to you some exclusive pictures of unboxing the product.


The device is manufactured by ZTE Corporation.

In the Box

  1. USB Modem
  2. Quick Guide
  3. Warranty Card


The Box

boxPrepaid customers would be getting 6 GB free 3G data valid for a period of one month with the device. The Wingle is network locked and is available at a special promotional price for Airtel 3G customers.

Modem inside the Box


Backside (Features and System Requirements)


Our First Impression

No special steps were required for setup, it was just plug and play.






What’s Next?

We will be subjecting the device to our review process and will come up with a detailed review soon. So stay tuned. If you are already using the device do let us know your experiences.

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Swatianurag kumarzelaniChethan S.Suresh Recent comment authors
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This Airtel 3G dongle is so annoying. I bought this in Patna as I was there for 2 months. It was working okay there. As soon as I reached Kolkata it stopped working because data roaming was turned off in the device. I logged in and tried to change it but was unable to as I forgot the password.By default the username and password was admin but I changed it and I don’t know why and now I don’t remember it and can’t change the password and there is no way I can reset it anyway. Airtel customer care is… Read more »

anurag kumar
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I forgotten the password and there is no forgot password tab. How can I retrieve the password?

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