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PTCL introduces Nitro Cloud Share device

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has introduced its new EVO Nitro Cloud Share device which provides powerful wireless connectivity and data sharing over WiFi. The sleek and portable battery powered hotspot connects to multiple WiFi devices over its wireless interface, providing fast wireless connectivity to mobile phones, gaming consoles, laptops & tablets.

The new Nitro Cloud Share also comes with a unique data sharing feature which enables customers to share documents as well as music and video files on MicroSD card with upto five users through WiFi. The powerful WiFi hotspot of Nitro Cloud Share enables customers to experience wireless broadband speeds upto 9.3Mbps in over 200 cities nation-wide. The device comes with WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) which lets customers' connect their devices without the hassle of typing a password. The device has a one-inch OLED screen which displays signal strength, roaming status, battery life, WAN connection mode and connection status.

Customers can avail the offer at Rs 1500 for 20GB volume, Rs 3000 for 30GB volume and Rs 3200 for unlimited volume while the bundle offer is available at Rs 9500 with free device and three months usage. With the largest data network in addition to widest coverage, PTCL wireless broadband is empowering people across Pakistan to reach out to the world, enabling convenient access to knowledge and information nation-wide-PR

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