Huawei, the China-based technology giant, of late, has been struggling to retain and maintain its position as one of the top-most technology companies. The Chinese tech giant had announced on August 30 that it will soon launch exciting new products, and as such had also launched a new teaser poster announcing the arrival of new products and a new exclusive partner.
On 31st August, true to its promise, Huawei launched the mobile router Tiantiantong version. The product will go on sale in Huawei Mall starting September 1st.
Huawei is offering 2000GB of data per month with this mobile router; however, the whole high-speed data is unlimited within the package. The monthly data package starts at 99 yuan, and the annual package is priced at 599 yuan.
In terms of appearance, the Huawei Mobile Router comes with a minimalist design, and its size too is compact. The router is 25mm thin and weighs only 246g. The Mobile Router supports China Mobile/Unicom/Telecom 4G network.
The router supports a variety of SIM cards, including mobile phone cards, mobile phone secondary cards, Internet of Things cards, data cards, and much more. To turn the device on, the users need to plug a Nano-SIM card into the router and turn on the power.
A two-step verification is mandatory for activating the device, and after that process is complete, the users can start to use the router. However, the device does not support voice and SMS functions and can only be used by Huawei mobile router devices.
At the end of June, the company created something called a Skyline Data Card which the company had launched to accompany its Wifi 3. However, the mobile router with Tiantong is priced at 349 yuan. The new router supports both SIM card access and wired broadband access. Moreover, it can provide Wi-Fi whenever it has access to electricity.