Yesterday, I shared the different 4G plans been offered by SWIFT networks together with their prices and data caps. You will only be able to use those SWIFT plans to browse the internet if you have any of the SWIFT 4G LTE Hubs: The Nomad or SWIFT 4G LTE MULTIPLE USER COMMUNICATION HUB.
The portable, nomadic and personal wireless hotspot modem was designed to offer existing and potential SWIFT 4G LTE customers the convenience to take their high speed SWIFT 4G LTE broadband connectivity on the go, as they move around the city.
|Swift “Nomad” Modem|
The Nomad allows multiple users and multiple devices connectivity of up to 10 users or devices either on the go or different locations within SWIFT coverage area. The ‘Nomad’ comes in two variants; one with up to 6 hours of battery life, while the other provides up to 10 hours battery life.
Once fully charged, customers can continue to enjoy 4G LTE services from “The Nomad” for up to 10 hours without being tethered to mains power. Each of the variants is also rechargeable on the go, using the cigarette lighter plug adapter in a car. It is plug n play and comes with a USB cable which you can use to connect it to PC, even to charge it.
If you opt for the SWIFT 4G LTE MULTIPLE USER COMMUNICATION HUB, there is NO limit to the number of simultaneously connected Wi-Fi enabled devices but the rechargeable battery provides up to 2 hours service without mains power.
|Swift 4G Communication hub|
Swift networks internet mifi modem costs N15,000, while the communications hub goes for N10,000.