Islamabad: Country’s leading integrated telecommunications services provider, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has proudly introduced 3G EVO “Nitro Cloud”, Pakistan’s first mobile Wi-Fi hotspot offering EVDO Rev B speeds on the go driven by Pakistan’s fastest 3G EVO Wireless Broadband.
The pocket-sized 3G EVO Nitro Cloud is an easy-to-manage portable 3G Wi-Fi router that creates a powerful Wi-Fi hotspot for its customers virtually anywhere, creating a true mobile experience. The “Nitro Cloud” thematic campaign features internationally renowned guitar maestro, Faraz Anwar, creatively depicting the hyper fast speeds capacity of PTCL’s newest EVO wireless product.
The introductory special bundle offer for 3G EVO Nitro Cloud is Rs.12,000 only. What’s more, it comes with an added bonus of absolutely free device and 4 months of unlimited data downloads. Monthly charges of Rs.3,000 only will be applicable from fifth month onward.
3G EVO Nitro Cloud allows users to share blazing fast speeds of up to 9.3Mbps Broadband Internet with multiple users and multiple Wi-Fi gadgets like iPad, netbooks, smart phones through a simple touch, all at the same time. Furthermore, it can also be used as a 3G EVO Nitro USB device.
PTCL 3G EVO Nitro Cloud’s super powerful battery supports up to 10 hours of usage and standby time of up to 20 days gives customers the freedom to travel and connect 24/7 anywhere anytime. It provides roaming at speeds of up to 9.3Mbps in 70+ 3G EVO Nitro covered cities with auto switch over to 3.1Mbps in 200+ EVO coverage areas, making sure PTCL customers are connected wherever they go.
“PTCL is building a truly mobile telecommunications infrastructure across Pakistan,” said PTCL Senior Executive Vice President Commercial, Naveed Saeed. “We will keep exceeding customer expectations by offering innovative solutions for their ever evolving communications needs.”
“PTCL 3G EVO Nitro offers unmatched streaming, mobility and unlimited downloads for our valued customers on the go, anywhere and anytime,” said Executive Vice President Wireless, Omar Khalid.