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Hi guys! I need to make sure that no any of these devices will work around me. Can I do that somehow?

asked Aug 13 '12 at 09:26

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edited Aug 13 '12 at 10:01

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Hi Skyler!

O2 indeed announced its new Pocket Hotspot device recently. It creates a hotspot that you can use to have a mobile internet access or share your wireless internet with your friends and family members. The working speed of O2 Pocket Hotspot is 22 Mbps for download and 6 Mbps for upload. In addition, it uses not only WiFi but 3G wireless connections for its work as well.

O2 Pocket Hotspot works like many other pocket hotspots (Mini Pocket Router for example). It gives you the awesome ability to get a wireless WiFi access on the go wherever you are. Moreover, you can share this access with people you care about and let them use your wireless connection when they desperately need it.

Still if you need to make sure that there are no O2 Pocket Hotspot devices working around you then you can use O2 Pocket Hotspot jammer and keep yourself safe from possible wireless threats it can pose to you.

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answered Aug 13 '12 at 10:00

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