Zebronics Launches Open Market 7.2Mbps Sonic 3.5G USB Dongle

Popular computer accessories maker Zebronics has launched its first 3G USB Dongle aka 3G/HSPA USB Modem – Sonic 3.5G in the country. There are several 3G modems available in the market from different companies and Zebronics is just added another product in that list.


Zebronics Sonic 3.5G modem supports upto 7.2 Mbps downlink and upto 5.76Mbps uplink over HSPA network as well as conventional 2G EDGE and GPRS networks. It is launched factory unlocked – supports standard 6 pin interface SIMs of any GSM operators. It is a plug-n-play device and supports Windows2000/XP/VISTA/7/8 and Mac OS X 10.4.9 or higher (only support Intel platform). Other features included are SMS, phonebook and upto 16GB microSD card support.

The new 3G dongle from Zebronics is available for Rs 1999, though several online sellers are selling it for Rs 1500 to Rs 1800. But certainly the product is a late entry where the market is dominated by Huawei, ZTE and Micromax 3G dongles. Huawei and ZTE both launched WiFi enabled 3G dongles which seem to be better products if you are looking for a 3G dongle.

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November 18, 2013 11:40 pm 11:40 PM

What these companies really need to launch is a one stop solution Data card which supports every data technology known to man kind, every band of GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, 1x, EVDO RevA phase 1 and 2, EVDO RevB phase 1 and 2, LTE all bands including AWS for both FDD and TDD LTE. obviously factory unlocked supporting all SIM and UIM cards and having built in wifi antenna. This with a price tag of 1.5K will sell well in Indian market.

November 17, 2013 9:13 pm 9:13 PM

If you are late in the market then there are slim chances of survival unless there is something special about the 3G modem.
It is better to work on 4G as this is the connectivity that will be in demand in metros within 6 months hopefully.
Best of luck!