3G Datacards

The 3G Datacards are plug and play USB Dongles to browse anywhere on 3G Mobile Network. Here are articles about 3G Datacards.

The 3G Datacard facilitates you in browsing fast internet on your laptop and desktop computers. These are plug and play devices you can connect to USB and work or play. There are several manufactures and marketers as well as 3G Mobile Internet Service providers both public and private. Here are articles about different 3G Datacards.

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Micromax MMX 355G

The MMX-355G data card is a data card from Micromax which provides you with high speed portable internet. The Micromax MMX-355G supports speeds up to 5.76 Mbps Upload and 7.20 Mbps Download. The MMX-355G is a plug and play device and you can edit your phone book and send SMS using the data card. The MMX 355G also has voice call support. The Micromax MMX 355G also comes pre installed with Google Chrome browser and is compatible with Windows XP SP2, Vista SP1, Windows 7 and Mac Operating systems. The MMX 355G also has a micro SD card slot which supports storage upto 32 GB.

Huawei E303C

Huawei E303C USB Dongle is very useful to connect to the internet with 7.2 Mbps Download and 5.76 Mbps upload speeds. The Huawei E303C data card can be used with any 2G / 3G SIM card. The Huawei E303C supports network band 3G HSPA / HSUPA / HSDPA / HSPA / UMTS (WCDMA) - 2100 MHz and 2G GSM / GPRS / EDGE-850/900/1800/1900MHz.

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