Vodafone India Launches High Speed 14.4 Mbps 3G Dongle K3800 With Live Webchat Support

Vodafone India today announced the launch of Vodafone K3800, a high speed 3G USB Dongle with data transfer speed up to 14.4 Mbps, at a pocket friendly price point. at Rs 1750.


The Vodafone K3800 3G dongle supports all major Operating Systems, like latest Window 8, Mac, Linux, Fedora and Ubuntu. For subscribers who want to store the data as well, this Dongle provides MicroSD card support with expandable memory of up to 32 GB.

A very unique feature of the K3800 3G dongle is an interactive and customised landing page that offers an engaging experience to subscribers with easy access to various services like email and social networking site updates as well as ability to customise the settings and widgets. Additionally, the landing page provides direct access to Live Web Chat support for the users – a first of its kind feature for any dongle.

High Speed up to 14.4 Mbps data transfer; ideal for viewing videos

Vodafone India 3G K3800 Specifications

  • Three Colour Options – Black, Red and Dual Tone White & Red.
  • Expandable storage up to 32GB
  • Interactive & Customised Landing Page with direct access to live web chat support
  • Receive and send SMS from computer
  • Setting Data usage limit alert –for usage in MB or as per time
  • Phone Book functionality

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November 25, 2014 10:56 am 10:56 AM

How to increase speed? Modal no k3800

Feroze Mohamed
August 19, 2013 10:58 am 10:58 AM

HI ,

I am getting 3G signal in Karnataka on Vodafone. Officially there is no 3G here.
Any ideas ?

On Edge i am getting 40kbps and on 3G i am getting 120kbps. I observed it just today.

August 13, 2013 4:50 pm 4:50 PM

Internet connectivity is very good (Chennai region); but I’m not able to send/receive SMS.

The ridiculous thing I am being told, by the “great” Customer Care, is one can only send SMS to toll free numbers (111, etc).

Laughable, really…