How To Make 4G Wi-Fi Streaming And Sharing Easier

How many data streamers out there are frustrated with streaming at a snails pace? Let’s go over the times you wanted to make things romantic by streaming a romantic comedy with your significant other and got yelled at for wasting their time in buffering? How many of you out there were let down by your painfully slow internet connection while streaming music at a party? This is the one that’s a pain area for most — how many of you out there were trying to live stream an important cricket or football match and were left twiddling thumbs while your other friends had already discussed the highlights on a whatsapp group? Stop this atrocity from happening to you, get a 4G wi-fi dongle now!

4G wi-fi Dongle

Stop living in 2008. Your 3G pains should now be replaced with 4G gains! We are not even considering 2G here. It’s 2017 and 4G is the new 3G. Naturally, having a 4G wi-fi dongle makes sense, it’s the right thing to do. If you’re going to ask us why we keep saying wi-fi dongle instead of just 4G dongle, well, if you get a taste of 4G you would want to carry it around with you everywhere and you’re going to want to use it on all your devices whether it’s your smartphone, tablet or laptop. If it’s wi-fi it’s easy to share your data with your friends and family and let them see what 4G can do. Especially when on the go.

So if you’re convinced that a 4G wi-fi dongle can change your life, the next step would be to choose one. There is an array of these devices in the market, which one is the best for you? A simple Google search would show you that most service providers are using Huawei dongles to offer 4G data services. The Huawei E 8372 is one popular option.

The thing about the Huawei 8372 dongle is that it offers 4G LTE speeds of up to 150Mbps and can be turned into a wi-fi hotspot for up to 10 different devices at a time. To add to that, the dongle offers Micro SD card storage support for up to 2TB of data. It’s a user friendly device, all you have to do is plug it in to a USB slot or connector and play.

For more information on the device, check out this link

Get one today!

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