Fixed Internet is increasingly lagging behind the mobile Internet popularity. Similar trends are observed in Russia, where mobile Internet services, according to Advanced Capital, in 2010, brought the providers more profit than providing fixed broadband. The company Yota, recently announced that 80% of its customers are connected to the 4G network with USB-modems, continues to develop this niche and is launching a new device — Yota One and Yota Many.
Unlike its predecessor, Yota Egg device Yota Many, being connected to the computer can simultaneously be used as a modem, and a Wi-Fi point. A router holds a charge for 24 hours in a sleep mode and 15 hour active. Combined with compact dimensions that allow to carry the device in a jacket pocket, it gives the user the ability to stay connected around the clock. A function Yota Share provides instant creation of an open Wi-Fi network for friends without disclosing the password. At the same time to Yota Many can be connected up to 8 devices.
Thanks to the rotary mechanism and USB microUSB, problems with where and how to charge the Yota Many, does not arise. The router can be connected directly to a laptop or computer, charging at the same time be used as a modem and distribute Wi-Fi.
In turn, Yota One — rather, it is the reincarnation of "whistles» Samsung and Yota Jingle. The new device is compatible with all popular operating systems (Mac, Windows, Linux), but it is connected not only to laptops and computers. Due to the fact that Yota One does not need to install any software, it can be used together with a wide range of other compatible consumer electronics devices that have a USB-connector: game consoles, media center, stationary routers and Navigators.
Over time, the list of «ready for Yota One» devices will be added, and thus the segment of mobile Internet continues to grow.