New JioFi 4G Wireless Hotspot goes on sale for Rs. 999

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Reliance Jio introduced the JioFi 3 back in 2016, which we unboxed in early 2017. Last year the company seems to have silently introduced JioFi 4 (JMR1140) and JioFi 5 (JMR814). Now the company has started selling JioFi JMR815, which should be JioFi 6. This measures 74 x 74 x 20mm and weighs just 95g with a 3000mAh, which is bigger than the previous JioFi models. It has indicators for battery, signal and WiFi and has power and WPS buttons. There is a micro USB port for charging. It has a Altair ALT3800 processor, supports band 3 (1800 MHz), 5 (850 MHz) and 40 (TD 2300 MHz) for Jio. It has WiFi 802.11 b/g/n support, similar to other models and lets you connect up to 31 WiFi-enabled devices and a device through USB cable. It also has a microSD card slot that accepts cards up to 64GB. You can make voice and video calls even on a 2G/3G phone by installing Jio4GVoice (JioJoin previously) app and connecting it to the hotspot over WiFi. The JioFi 6 is priced at Rs. 999 (MOP), but the MRP mentioned is Rs. 2,499.  It is currently available from Flipkart.
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New JioFi 4G Wireless Hotspot with compact design, bigger battery goes on sale for Rs. 999

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Reliance Jio introduced the JioFi 3 back in 2016, which we unboxed in early 2017. Last year the company seems to have silently introduced JioFi 4 (JMR1140) and JioFi 5 (JMR814). Now the company has started selling JioFi JMR815, which should be JioFi 6. This has a more compact body measuring 74 x 74 x 20mm and weighs just 95g with a 3000mAh, which is bigger than the previous JioFi model. It has indicators for battery, signal and WiFi and has power and WPS buttons. There is a micro USB port for charging. It has a Altair ALT3800 processor, supports band 3 (1800 MHz), 5 (850 MHz) and 40 (TD 2300 MHz) for Jio. It has WiFi 802.11 b/g/n support, similar to other models and lets you connect up to 31 WiFi-enabled devices and a device through USB cable. It also has a microSD card slot that accepts cards up to 64GB. You can make voice and video calls even on a 2G/3G phone by installing Jio4GVoice (JioJoin previously) app and connecting it to the hotspot over WiFi. The JioFi 6 is priced at Rs. 999 (MOP), but the MRP mentioned is Rs. 2,499.  It is currently available from Flipkart.
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How to extend your wireless network by turning a Mac into a Wi-Fi hotspot

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Most people like the idea of having Wi-Fi available throughout their home, but in black spots at the edges of the hotspot’s coverage area, the signal may be too weak to use properly. Rather than paying for more network hardware to extend the range, AppleInsider shows how to use a Mac connected to a wired network as an impromptu wireless access point.
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Your iPhone Is a Hotspot! Here’s How to Use It

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Smartphones don’t just allow us to access the internet wherever we go. They can also bring the internet to our other devices too. While tethering plans were once expensive, the rise of fast mobile internet has seen prices fall and data speeds increase. It’s now possible to work from pretty much anywhere, on any device, provided you have a cellular connection. Today we’ll look at how to share your internet connection from your iPhone to other devices via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and good old USB. What Is a Mobile Hotspot? A mobile hotspot is a way to share your smartphone’s internet…

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AT&T plans for a 5G mobile hotspot in late 2018 and 5G smartphones in 2019

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AT&T has released a few details on its upcoming 5G network. We know a dozen cities will have 5G by the end of the year, and three of them will be Waco, Dallas, and Atlanta. It’s even hinted that devices will come to market in time for consumers to try the new network as it launches. Which devices, though? And what about the future of AT&T’s 5G? The company is being a little more forthcoming at MWC.

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Verizon adds 500MB plan for $30/month, 3G mobile hotspot to Prepaid Unlimited plan, and $5/day prepaid Travel Passes

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Verizon has just announced a couple of changes to its network, including a new 500MB plan for $ 30, the addition of 3G mobile hotspot to Prepaid Unlimited, and Travel Passes for prepaid users that’ll make visiting Mexico and Canada a little bit easier. This news comes after last month’s addition of 500MB of LTE per day to Go Unlimited customers in the same two countries.

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Nokia 3310 4G can make an LTE-powered a Wi-Fi hotspot

HMD unveiled its third version of the reborn Nokia 3310 – but this 4G model is an odd duck. It’s LTE connectivity is a boon and it has Wi-Fi, which can be used to create a hotspot to share the data connection with other devices. It’s odd, however, because it runs YunOS, an incompatible fork of Android. Don’t expect to run anything but preloaded apps, though (there’s no mention of Yun’s app store). Probably for the best since it’s working with 256MB of RAM and 512MB of storage, too little for even Android Go. Anyway, the Nokia 3310 4G is a single SIM phone with VoLTE support. It will be…

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How to Use Your iPhone as a Personal Wi-Fi Hotspot

We’ve talked before about how Apple devices can share downloads as long as they’re registered to the same Apple ID, but did you know that cellular data can also be shared between devices? Oh yes, friends, it’s true. Say you’re stuck somewhere with no Wi-Fi (the horror) or just an overloaded Wi-Fi network. There’s work to be done, and you need a connection; the time has come to use your iPhone to set up your own personal Wi-Fi hotspot.

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How to Use Your iPhone as a Personal Wi-Fi Hotspot 

  • Go to Settings and tap Personal Hotspot.
  • Toggle Personal Hotspot on.

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Now it’s time to connect your Hotspot; most people will use Wi-Fi, so we’ll cover how to connect to a Hotspot using Wi-Fi below.

How to Connect to a Personal Hotspot with Wi-Fi

Since your iPhone is already a Hotspot thanks to the steps above, you are ready to link your other device.

  • Go to Settings and find Wi-Fi.

  • Look for your iPhone Hotspot network on the list and tap to join.

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  • If you’ve set up a password, enter it now.

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You’re now connected to your Personal Hotspot. Keep in mind that creating a Personal Hotspot uses your cellular data. Depending on your phone plan you may end up paying for overages, or experiencing a slow-down once you’ve reached a monthly cap; just something to be aware of before setting up and using your Wi-Fi Hotspot.

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How to Connect to a Personal Wi-Fi Hotspot Using Bluetooth

In a previous daily tip we discussed how to set up a Personal Hotspot using your iPhone, and how to connect your devices to it using Wi-Fi. But what to do if Wi-Fi is unavailable or unreliable? You’re not out of options; it’s time to connect to your Personal Hotspot using Bluetooth. While your Bluetooth connection will be slower than Wi-Fi, it does have its charms. Bluetooth uses far less power than a Wi-Fi connection, is more secure, and features automatic pairing—as opposed to Wi-Fi, which has a lag while your laptop, iPad or iPod connects, and may require you to rejoin the network every time your device goes to sleep. So without further ado, let’s learn how to connect to a Personal Hotspot using Bluetooth!

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How to Connect to a Personal Hotspot Using Bluetooth   

  • Go to Settings and tap Personal Hotspot, toggle on.

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  • Go to Settings and find Bluetooth.

  • Toggle Bluetooth on and keep this screen open.

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  • On your iPad or iPod Touch (this won’t work with another iPhone) go to Settings. 

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  • Now tap Bluetooth, then the device you’re pairing with.

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  • On your Mac go to the Apple Menu and click System Preferences. 

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  • Now choose Bluetooth.

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  •  Identify the device you’re connecting with, click Pair, and follow the instructions.

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Now you can get back to work; just keep in mind that using a Personal Hotspot eats up cellular data on your iPhone.  Depending on your phone plan, you may end up paying for data overages, or experiencing a slow-down once you’ve reached a monthly cap. Something to look into before setting up and using your Wi-Fi Hotspot with Bluetooth.

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Karma’s anonymizing LTE hotspot arrives January 15th

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