Zain KSA offers 5G-enabled MiFi devices

The 5G speed via the MiFi device is 1.65 Gbps


RIYADH —Zain KSA has announced the 5G network services through mobile ‘MiFi’ devices, which aims to cater customers looking for easy access to refined internet services with ultra-quick data transmission.

This new milestone aims at allowing customers to upgrade to a new lifestyle that comes from utilizing this new technology, and keeping them up-to-date with the latest innovations. Zain KSA is providing competitive packages that offer customers the MiFi devices’ special features, which include the ability to accommodate more than 16 users connected to the same device and one USB user.

The 5G speed via the MiFi device is 1.65 Gbps. In addition, the 5G MiFi device can be utilized as a wireless charger for most cellphones, including Huawei, Samsung, Apple, and others. Zain KSA has offered the MiFi devices free of charge with the 5G unlimited internet bundle at a cost of 349 SAR per month for 24 months.

The 5G service provides the latest standards of network speed and reliability in order to bridge the high demand gap for data and expand the scope of communication technology. Zain KSA provides the largest 5G network in the Middle East, Europe, and Africa through 2600 towers in 27 cities across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Customers can view the cities covered by the 5G network through accessing detailed interactive maps on Zain KSA’s website. This service aims to elevate the quality of the customers experience and provide transparent and credible services. — SG

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