Mobile recycling worth considering for on-the-go internet?
7 April 2010 — 7:10 PM
Mobile recycling could soon be an option worth considering for consumers that would like to make use of the internet in their car.
The Gadget Show in Birmingham has seen mobile network 3UK launch a device - based on its popular MiFi system that provides users with Wi-Fi in their vehicles.
It may prove to be a popular choice for those that wish to work on the move with a laptop or play games with a Nintendo Dsi XL and all without the need for wires or a USB connection.
David Kerrigan, head of internet services at 3 UK, said: "We're always looking at new products and services that connect our customers in more places both at home and on the move and In Car Wi-Fi does this."
He added the mobile provider's research suggests that more than 25 per cent of the population are interested in using the internet in their cars, with families and work colleagues that are on the move showing the most interest.
3UK recently revealed that its customers can use Twitter for free.
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