Zain Kuwait launches BOLT Hotspot to offer Cat 16 network

Unlimited internet plans priced at $52.84
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Zain has become the first Kuwaiti operator to launch the  BOLT Hotspot device offering superfast CAT16 network technology on its network. 

The operator is offering its customers the BOLT Hotspot device for KD 1($3.3) only with unlimited Internet through the KD 16($52.84) plan, for KD 2.5($8.26) only with 2 TB through the KD 13 plan($42.94), or for KD 5($16.51) only with 1 TB through the KD 10($33.03) plan. 

Earlier in June, Zain launched the BOLT router that supports CAT11 technology. 

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