O2 has launched a rival to Three’s popular MiFi mobile broadband hotspot.
The O2 Pocket Hotspot is a pocket-sized device which allows up to five devices, including tablets and laptops, to go-online simultaneously.
The new device is available with two Pay & Go data options: a daily top-up and 1GB or 2GB bundles (both of which have a 30 day term).
Announcing the launch of the Pocket Hotspot , O2‘s Gary Booker said: “Customers have told us that they want access to the web on the go, but that they don’t always want to sign up for year-long contracts or to buy lots of data from the outset.
“O2 Pocket Hotspot has been designed to cater for exactly those needs: lowering up-front costs and offering customers lots of options when it comes to the amount of data they buy – what they need, when they need it.”