Jola has launched their new 4G managed router to solve connectivity problems which blight businesses across the UK. According to a recent report by Ofcom, 90% of all UK premises (almost 26 million) can access up to 24Mb/s fixed line broadband, however there are at least 190,000 premises that can’t get 2Mb/s and 2.2 million premises that can’t get 10Mb/s. Where the LTE signal is strong, 4G data is a great solution, however high out-of-bundle rates and delayed usage information from the networks can make costs unpredictable.
JolaNet 4G is a managed 4G router with an integrated data SIM on either Vodafone or O2 networks. Fixed IP SIMs are also available. The solution is managed by Jola’s Mobile Manager portal, where partners have complete control to view real-time data usage, set-up alerts, apply SIM-swaps, add bolt-ons and bar SIMs. Using Mobile Manager, they can maximise margins and completely eliminate overage charges.
Lee Broxson, Sales Director Jola commented, “There is a huge demand for affordable 4G services in rural areas and a growing demand for pop-up sites in sectors like retail and construction. Businesses want a fast, reliable internet connection at an affordable and predictable price.
With JolaNet 4G, resellers send a pre-configured router to their customers, which works out-of-the-box, doesn’t need cabling or a land-line and can be monitored in real-time. Packages are competitively-priced, providing the opportunity for healthy recurring margins for partners and eliminating ‘bill shock’ entirely for end-users.”
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