Menatelecom announces 18Mbps portable internet

All options are available at speeds of 18Mbps
Menatelecom features broadband speeds of up to 18Mbps with excellent indoor coverage.
Menatelecom features broadband speeds of up to 18Mbps with excellent indoor coverage.


Menatelecom, an internet service provider in Bahrain has announced its latest “MyFi Plus Pocket Broadband” offer.

The new offer features broadband speeds of up to 18Mbps with excellent indoor coverage. The device is light enough to carry in a pocket and can be recharged via a micro-USB charging cable.

Commenting on the MyFi Plus device, Abdul Razak Jawahery, chairman of Menatelecom said "It is difficult to believe how powerful the MyFi Plus device is until you actually try it. There is a lot of technology and bandwidth packed into a little gadget that offers great performance whether you're surfing the net, downloading large files or watching YouTube videos. Bahrain has become well accustomed to great technological advances in the telecommunications field, and this is definitely one of them."

There is a new 6GB package that is being offered for BD7 and enables sharing the connection with up to 4 devices. The BD28 package allows for ‘unlimited downloads’ and is also rated at a speed of 18Mbps. It offers savings and is powerful enough to suit requirements of broadband internet on the go. The portable device runs on a battery charge for four hours, after which it has to be recharged.

Further details can be found on Menatelecom's website,

Editor's Choice

The robots are coming: Impact of AI on executive search
As the technology industry’s elite struggle to agree on the potential impact of AI and a raft of people queuing up to advise on the potential disruption it will cause, this article by John Curtis-Oliver, Partner at Boyden studies the potential impact on the executive hiring and the executive search industry.
Saudi Football changes pitch from MBC to STC
The news comes just a few days after the release of Saudi businessman Waleed al-Ibrahim, who has management control of MBC. Reuters reports senior Saudi officials saying that Ibrahim agreed to an “undisclosed settlement after admitting to unspecified violations”.
HetNets: paving the way for “ultraband” age
Over time, telecom operators will provide consumers with a “universal connectivity” service (to rule them all), incorporating Wi-Fi and mobile broadband as a single resource, in an “always best connected” mode, leading to an ultraband connectivity service.

Don't Miss a Story

You may also like

#MWC2018: Spotlight shines on 5G, IoT and AR
Hard to predict what will ‘turn around the fate’ of telecom operators, but there is potential for those who can play the role of enabling platform for new digital services and players, as well as for new features and capabilities across traditional industries, says Luis Cirne, partner, communications, media and technology (CMT) practice at Oliver Wyman
VIVA Bahrain facilitates TRA's SIM registration at UAE Exchange branches
In addition to buying VIVA prepaid recharges and paying post-paid bills, customers can walk into any of the nearest UAE Exchange branch and complete their mandatory biometric registration.
FTA Channel enters new phase in video delivery with SES and MX1
The non-linear distribution service provided through SES's wholly owned subsidiary, MX1, will be the first of its kind in Equatorial Guinea.
9500 RTA taxis in Dubai to get free WiFi by Ramadan 2018
Blackwire deployed KiFi for 7500 TransAD taxis in Abu Dhabi last year and is partnering with SAPO in Japan to help Tokyo become Olympic Games ready