KDDI and Okinawa Cellular have announced plans to release the Wi-Fi WALKER WiMAX2+ mobile router (manufactured by HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.), which is the industry's first data communication device to support WiMAX2+, starting on October 31, 2013 (planned). 
The Wi-Fi WALKER WiMAX2+ is a triple-hybrid model that supports not only WiMAX2+ for high-speed data communications at a maximum downlink speed of 110 Mbps , but also WiMAX and 4G LTE. In addition, WiMAX2+ and WiMAX can be used with no speed constraints . In addition to enabling high-speed communications anytime and anywhere, the device features user-friendly setting menus and large buttons that make operation simple even for first-time router users.
The device is also equipped with features that support various styles of usage, including a quick startup that takes about 5 seconds, a Quick Access function that enables usage without removing the device from your bag, and compatibility with a wireless charger (Qi) that charges the battery when you simply place the device on the charging pad.
In addition, by applying the WiMAX2+ Cost-Saving Discount, customers can use the device at a monthly rate of ¥3,880 (tax included) for up to 25 months. Further savings are possible with au Smart Value mine , which allows customers to combine the router contract with an au smartphone contract for a discount of up to ¥980 (tax included) per month on their au smartphone usage fees.
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