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Tata Docomo Launches Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo with Inbuilt 4400mAh Power Bank
Indian cellular service provider, Tata Docomo has launched a 4400mAh battery power bank dubbed as Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo.
This device supports Wi-Fi connection on the go up to 5 devices and let the users to charge the devices as well. Moreover, this device comes with a microSD card slot for expansion, which lets the users to create a MicroSD Cloud enabling Internet storage, sharing and access remotely.
According to the company, Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo adopts Max technology, which is three times faster than the Plus technology.
Priced at Rs. 2,899, Tata Docomo Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo is now available for post-paid customers and as per the company, users can upgrade from their existing devices WHIZ/PLUS/MAX/MAX Wi-Fi device to Photon Max Wi-Fi DUO via cash back offers.
Commenting on the launch, Sanjiva Jha, Mobility Business Unit (MBU) Head - Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Circle, Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo, Tata Docomo said, "The new Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo packs a unified connectivity experience. With Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo, we have addressed the internet needs of multiple users including Smartphone customers at home or on the move with a single, easy to use device."
He added, "Our customers can enjoy smooth video speeds and expect data-hungry applications to run effortlessly between multiple users. The powerful battery back-up also allows users to fully charge their smartphones while continuing to surf."