Rogers Communications and Novatel Wireless have announced the launch of the Novatel Rocket mobile hotspot (Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372).

The Rocket mobile hotspot provides broadband Internet access for up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously, extending connectivity to multiple laptops, printers, and other devices.

The MiFi 2372 creates a Wi-Fi hotspot covering a 30 foot radius, and users can also leverage up to 16 gigabytes of microSD expandable memory storage capability to share files.

The small, wallet-sized device is designed for use on the go with a removable, rechargeable Lithium Ion battery for up to four hours of use on a single charge.

The Rocket intelligent mobile hotspot is available on and at Rogers stores across Canada starting from $49.99 on select 3 year plans.

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