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ISP offers Huawei E5832 mobile broadband modem

Huawei's E5832 mobile broadband modem is now available from Australian ISP Internode.

Huawei's E5832 mobile broadband modem is now available from Australian ISP Internode.

Internet service provider Internode today launched the Huawei E5832 mobile broadband modem. The E5832 can distribute a 3G connection to up to three devices over Wi-Fi.

The new mobile broadband modem replaces the MiFi 2352 previously offered by the ISP. It offers 802.11b/g wireless networking (at up to 15 metres) and HSPDA connectivity over the 900MHz and 2100MHz bands at speeds of up to 7.2 megabits per second (downlink).

The device uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can be charged over USB or with the included AC adapter.

The Huawei E5832 can be purchased outright for $149 or for $49 when bundled with a 24-month Internode mobile broadband plan.

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