Cosmote launches HSPA+ datacard with ZTE

21 Jul 2009

ZTE Corporation and Greek mobile operator Cosmote have launched ZTE’s first HSPA+ USB datacard in Greece, writes Unstrung. The new ZTE MF662 datacard modem supports download and upload speeds of up to 21.6Mbps and 5.76Mbps respectively, and is the first commercial HSPA+ device available on the newly upgraded Cosmote network. According to a press release by Cosmote, it has recorded actual speeds of 18Mbps on the HSPA+ network. Vodafone Greece was the first in the country to announce the commercial launch of HSPA + services earlier in the month.

Greece, Cosmote (old), ZTE