Orange Tunisia is pushing forward with new and improved 3G and Wi-fi services after launching its Domino E5832 3G mobile hotspot, which can accomodate up to five mobile or wi-fi-ready devices on the network.
“The device features an LCD display showing 3G signal strength, battery charge and the volume of data exchanged. The Domino starts at TND 49 on a one-year Internet Everywhere subscription, currently being promoted with two months of free service,” the company said in announcing the new services.
Tunisia and its mobile operators are hopeful that by improving 3G services in the country, through new offerings, users will benefit from greater access to the Internet via their mobile phones.
Over the past few months, the country has seen a massive rise in mobile infrastructure development, including Broadband and mobile Internet, which has operators like Orange believing that data is where the country’s mobile sector will be heading.