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Bell Mobility Launches HSPA+ Turbo Stick Product11:00 am on November 23, 2010 | Category: Cellular, Mobile Devices, Telecom Services, Wireless
Bell Mobility has begun selling the Novatel Wireless U547 device under the “Turbo Stick” brand name, potentially doubling customers’ mobile data bandwidth.
Customers in downtown Toronto who pay and extra $10/month for ‘HSPA+‘ service can theoretically access the internet at speeds of up to 42-Mbps when the Turbo Stick is plugged into their laptop or notebook computer. Users in outlying areas of Toronto can expect average speeds of 7 to 14-Mbps. The ultra-high-speed mobile broadband network will be launched in additional cities early next year.
Bell is selling the Turbo Stick for $49.95 on a three-year contract, or $199.95 with month-to-month billing. It weighs just 24 grams and comes equipped with a 32GB microSD card slot.
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