October 18, 2012

PTCL EVO Wingle: 3G USB modem with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot

EVO Wingle Device by PTCL
PTCL Wingle - USB Wi-Fi Device
PTCL has introduced a very handy and long awaited device in the market named as EVO Wingle.

EVO Wingle is Pakistan's first 3G USB modem with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.

Wingle is the most talked about futuristic Wi-Fi tool that lets you effortlessly connect multiple Wi-Fi gadgets simultaneously at Hyper Speeds of PTCL 3G EVO Network (up to 9.3 Mbps* in over 200 cities, and auto switch over to Evo 3.1 Mbps speeds in over 250 cities).

It lets you connect and share effortlessly through any external USB power adapter.

Features of PTCL Wingle:
  • Country’s First Wi-Fi enabled USB with Built-in Wi-Fi and Hi-Link Technology to support both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity
  • Get connected to Hyper speeds of up to 9.3Mbps in 200+ cities with seamless roaming & auto switch over to EVO 3.1Mbps speeds in over 250 non-Nitro coverage areas.
  • Connects up to 5 Wi-Fi gadgets simultaneously to hyper 9.3Mbps internet in 250+ cities across the country.
How to Power Up EVO Wingle ?

Wingle works with any external USB power adapter. Get connected through your laptop or power-up through your car stereo system or cigarette lighter charger, or simply plug into any power socket in your home / office & get connected anywhere anytime.

PTCL Wingle Device - USB Wireless Hptspot
Banner of PTCL Wingle USB

Plug & Share! No installations required, just plug in your EVO Wingle to instantly start surfing or create your Wi-Fi hotspot anywhere, anytime!

Price of EVO Wingle:
  • PTCL offers Free Wingle USB for limited time but you have to pay Rs. 7500 for three months Unlimited internet. (Introductory Offer)
Secure, Password-Protected connection that lets you choose the people and the devices who access your wifi zone.

Universal Wi-Fi compatibility; so plug-in your EVO Wingle & get ready to mingle with multiple Wi-Fi enabled gadgets simultaneously.

Wi-Fi devices in the range of up to 100 meters from the EVO Wingle can be connected to 3G speeds.

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