Unlocked Three Black Huawei E5331 High Speed 3G MiFi 21.1 Mbps HSPA+ MOBILE BROADBAND

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features High Speed 3G/4G MiFi 21.1Mbps Download/ 5.76 Upload HSPA+ In Black! Fully Unlocked will work on any networks GSM bands 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – UMTS bands 900 / 2100 / 1900 Weight: 82g Battery performance: Up to 4 hours with 5 users connected, standby 280 hours (HB7A1H Battery)

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Product Features

  • High Speed 3G/4G MiFi 21.1Mbps Download/ 5.76 Upload HSPA+
  • In Black! Fully Unlocked will work on any networks
  • GSM bands 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – UMTS bands 900 / 2100 / 1900
  • Weight: 82g
  • Battery performance: Up to 4 hours with 5 users connected, standby 280 hours (HB7A1H Battery)

Comments

Paul Madge says:

A value solution to mobile broadband I bought my girlfriend a Huawei E586 MiFi unit for work – it was so good that I decided that I’d like to have my own MiFi for use with my iPad (WiFi) version. I looked at this unit in locked form on the 3 Network and functionally there is very little difference between this and the more expensive E586. This E5331 MiFi is the “value model” in Huawei’s range, and, in my opinion, its broadband performance is as good as the E586 which costs around £30 more. The main difference between the two units is that the E586 sports an OLED display which displays the amount of data you’ve used, and, therefore, you get plenty of warning when you need to buy another SIM card. However, you can easily navigate to a web page with the E5331 which gives you all the usage information you’ll need, although, it isn’t displayed on the unit itself. There are, however, LED indicators for battery power, broadband signal, wireless on and email on the unit.Battery life is good lasting around 5 hours and…

MR R. says:

Just the job. I bought this along with a 12Gb 3 sim card to add 3G facility to my girlfriends Kindle Fire HD. She switches it on pops it back in her bag and straight away she’s surfing the web on her 30 minute tram journey to work.

Joseba says:

Good MIFI router but 2G Edge is disabled Small and portable, it works out of the box with “Simyo Spain” SIM. Only drawback is that it comes with “3 Mobile” custom firmware, which has disabled 2G/Edge connection type, so the gadget only is useful if 3G/4G network is available (ok for city areas, but not everywhere in Spain). If you search “Huawei E5331 Network connection type locked” you can read some “coolsmartphone” forum with some interesting (but apparently unsuccessful) approaches to unlock all connection types (available in stock and other operators firmware).Had I only know this before the purchase, I would have bought an unbranded model.

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