Huawei launches a new plug and link datacard in India, at Rs. 2,199
Huawei Technologies, a China-based global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, recently announced the commercial launch of a new plug and link datacard, the HiLink E303Cs in India. It connects users to the Internet in just 15 seconds after the insertion of the data card into the USB port.
The easy and faster Internet connection avoids the tedious dial-in process, that is why HiLink E303Cs datacard is claimed to be up to 75% faster than products currently available in the Indian market. The HiLink E303Cs is the first product by Huawei in its HiLink series which is compatible with EDGE / GPRS / GSM, and it also supports HSPA + Network with 7.2 Mbps Downlink.
“Huawei is committed to providing Indian consumers with products that feature ease of use and optimal user experience. With customers at the heart of our strategy, we have been at the forefront of datacard development with industry-leading technologies and product form factors. Leveraging revolutionary 4th generation data card technology, the HiLink series is poised to change the data card industry landscape. The HiLink technology is the result of more than one year of dedicated research and development and we believe that it will not only enhance consumers’ user experience, it will also enable operators to reduce backend development and maintenance costs and speed up UI customization, enhancing the competitiveness of their products.” - Shanxin, President, Huawei Device India, said at its launching.
Last year in August, Huawei unveiled another plug and link datacard, called the HiLink E353, in India. It has been available in the market since the third quarter of 2011. HiLink E303Cs will be available in India from July 2012 onwards, via telecom and PC stores, as well as online channels. HiLink E303Cs is priced at an MRP of Rs. 2,199.