The world’s first and leading mobile data traffic sharing marketplace, GlocalMe, has launched Mini Turbo with HyperConn™ Lite, a Qualcomm chipset, and a 2.4-inch touch screen display to provide users with visual information about device status and make it easier for them to navigate all the impressive features that Mini Turbo has to offer.
Workers and students worldwide have been forced to relocate from their workplaces to their homes as a result of the pandemic, and educational institutions have shifted their focus to online learning.
UCLOUDLINK GROUP INC.
As the world’s first and most popular marketplace for sharing mobile data traffic, uCloudlink was a pioneer in adopting the sharing economy business model in the telecommunications industry.
Consumers, handset and smart-hardware makers, mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), and mobile network operators all profit from the company’s goods and services, distinct from those of the competition (MNOs).
Because of the uCloudlink’s cloud SIM technology and architecture has revolutionized the mobile data connectivity experience by enabling user’s access to mobile data traffic allowances shared by network providers on its marketplace.
People are increasingly choosing to study and work from home or on the go due to this growing trend. Fast, dependable, and secure Internet connectivity that isn’t constrained by geography or time is more crucial than ever in today’s mobile world.
Mini Turbo from GlocalMe is an ideal solution for digital nomads & remote learners and a useful addition to any business or home office network, thanks to its ultra-slim design and support for all 4G LTE bands in the world.
It also provides an excellent performance balance between speed, reliability, and efficiency. Using the CloudSIM service provided by uCloudlink, users can access the Internet SIM-free in more than 140 countries and regions.
At the same time, HyperConn™ Lite unique technology ensures that users have access to a consistently fast, seamless, and secure high-speed Internet connection.
The pocket-sized Wi-Fi hotspot has a powerful 3000mAh battery yet weighs only 130 grams, allowing it to support up to 10 devices at once and run for up to 10 hours at full capacity, allowing users to maintain high productivity, stay connected with friends and family, or immerse yourself in immersive entertainment all day long. Mini Turbo also has a USB Type-port and an additional nano-SIM card slot for further adaptability.
“We’re thrilled to be able to provide our clients with Mini Turbo, which is powered by uCloudlink’s industry-leading mobile Internet solutions. uCloudlink’s chief executive officer, Chaohui Chen, adds that the Mini Turbo is intended to provide our users with the benefits of uCloudlink’s HyperConn™ and other unique features in a compact form that has a long battery life.
They will be able to enjoy uninterrupted Internet connection throughout the day without having to deal with the inconvenience of having to carry around an additional gadget.”
The retail pricing of the Mini Turbo in the United States will be US$169.99. In the United States, GlocalMe’s official website and Amazon shop are the only places where customers may acquire the product.