Internode Offer Mifi For iPad

National broadband provider Internode has jumped on the Apple iPad bandwagon with a $299 price for its MiFi wireless access point, which delivers 3G access for up to five iPads.

The 81-gram MiFi – which is about the size of a business card holder – received five-star ratings in reviews this week in Sydney’s Daily Telegraph, Melbourne’s Herald Sun and Brisbane’s Courier Mail.

National broadband provider Internode has jumped on the Apple iPad bandwagon with a $299 price for its MiFi wireless access point, which delivers 3G access for up to five iPads.

The 81-gram MiFi – which is about the size of a business card holder – received five-star ratings in reviews this week in Sydney’s Daily Telegraph, Melbourne’s Herald Sun and Brisbane’s Courier Mail.
MiFi was designed by San Diego-based Novatel Wireless to simplify setting up a small wireless local area network (LAN). The intelligent 3G mobile hotspot supports as many as five WiFi-capable devices such as laptops, notebooks, PDAs, smartphones, gaming consoles and iPads.

3G-capable iPad models cost $170 more than the WiFi-only units. MiFi pays for itself when you have more than one iPad or other wireless device connected, allowing them to share a 3G account.
Although the MiFi has a $399 retail price when unlocked and unbundled, Internode customers can buy it for just $299 when bundled with a 24-month NodeMobile Data 3G broadband service.



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