The new personal mobile cell tower product line from MOGO Wireless (News
) helps stay connected in both personal and professional life. Mobile phone users will experience increased signal strength (ten times) and reduced number of dropped calls while using MOGO’s plug-and-talk products.
MOGO Wireless’ new product line consist of both a small business/home office offering that works in conjunction with a laptop, as well as a mobile product that works from an automotive 12 volt power supply. Through a 12V to 110 adaptor, available as a stand alone accessory or bundled with the MOGO SOHO product, mobile users can also achieve upgraded performance in a personal space environment at home or in an office.
MOGO is compatible with all service providers operating on 800 and 1900 MHZ, and also with Bluetooth
devices. It is easy to install the MOGO Personal Mobile Cell Tower. Users can simply plug the adapter into a car power supply or plug the USB adapter into a laptop, depending on the product purchased. The tower then instantly recognizes a person’s mobile phone and its protocol, and begins boosting his or her bars without any special programming. Due to the wireless feature, there is no physical connection between the system and the mobile device.
The company intends to distribute the products at major retailer's stores and through major cellular distributors. MOGO is presently shipping to key accounts and product is available with a MSRP of $149.
President, Andrew Windisch said that a cellular phone is no more a luxury item and today over 83 percent of Americans own a mobile phone device. People rely on these devices for phone conversations, email, video, text messaging, business documents and more.
He said in a statement that MOGO is a smart accessory choice to ensure optimal service and bring peace of mind for using these devices. Also, the USB unit will increase data speed for those accessing their broadband via a wireless mobile card.
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