MWC 2019: Netgear launch M2 mobile router through Telstra

Netgear's new 4G M2 mobile hotspot is available now through Telstra.

“NETGEAR is pleased to again partner with Telstra in their deployment of the latest LTE wireless network   capabilities, providing consumers with greater access to content with more seamless connectivity and faster downloads,” said David Henry, senior vice president of Connected Home Products for NETGEAR.

Netgear's new M2 mobile hotspot is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon X24 LTE modem. It promises 24-hours of battery life and unfettered 4G connectivity with download speeds of up to 2Gbps and upload speeds of up to 150Mbps. The portable modem boasts a single ethernet port, a single USB type-A port and a single USB type-C port.

Netgear say the device is good to offer simultaneous 4G connectivity to up to twenty devices.

“We are proud to bring Australia’s fastest Mobile Broadband device, the NETGEAR Nighthawk M2, to Australia’s fastest mobile network”, said Andrew Stormont, Telstra Product Service and Design Executive.

“NETGEAR has an outstanding record in producing top end devices that offer our customers excellent connectivity options both at home and on the road," Stormont said.

The Netgear M2 mobile router is available through Telstra on a variety of plans starting at $39/month. For more info, you can visit the Telstra page for the product here.

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