Batelco introduces LTE router for home

Customers can connect up to 32 devices to the router
Batelco introduces LTE router for home


Batelco, Bahrain’s incumbent telecom operator, has introduced an LTE router that allows subscribers to use its LTE mobile broadband service with any WiFi device at home.

The router is available for Batelco’s customers as part of a package featuring unlimited usage, for BD18 per month, including the LTE router device.

Customers will have access to high speed mobile broadband in their homes via the LTE router and Batelco’s LTE network. Customers can connect up to 32 WiFi enabled devices including TV’s, receivers, mobile phones, laptops, tablets, VoIP telephones, faxes, printers and other office equipment.

Ahmed Al Janahi, general manager of media relations at Batelco Group, said: “Batelco is proud to follow up on its LTE success by delivering LTE mobile broadband packages to benefit its customers and meet their expectations.”

Batelco launched its LTE service in Bahrain in May 2013.

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