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Remote working is becoming more and more popular every day, and there’s no guessing why!

With today’s technology, your customers don’t really have to be in an office to work. Thanks to laptops, tablets, smartphones, and software, such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom conferencing, employees can continue working remotely.

All those who work remotely know that the biggest challenge is relying on internet connections that aren’t always reliable. When trying to work out of a local coffee shop, there’s nothing worse than trying to hold a Zoom meeting and find it freezing when asked that all-important question! Even when your customers work from home, and payout for a high-speed connection, doesn’t mean they always get what they paid for.

5G changes all this because your customers no longer work at the mercy of the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot. Having ultra-fast wireless capabilities built into their devices means that they can connect from virtually anywhere once the operators complete rolling out their 5G networks.

This change benefits businesses and employees, from increased productivity, higher profitability, and a happier workforce. And now, with the expanding 5G network, remote work is no longer a niche trend but a better way to work remotely.

With the heightened speed and bandwidth of 5G comes the ability to work in some new and impressive ways.

It’s not far-out to think about how VR and AR can allow your customers to work, even when they can’t be there physically. For example, inspecting a facility in another country in real-time, without having to leave their home/office, is a viable scenario when they’re not restrained by the speed or reliability of their connection.

All kinds of jobs that currently require an employee’s physical presence can now be done. 5G allows, not just remote working, but virtual work. That means remote workers can interact with and manipulate objects or data from far away, in real-time, just as if they were there.

For example, perhaps your customer’s role requires them to be onsite, so they have access to large volumes of data, and maybe they’re responsible for research or programming or other data-intensive work that has been harder to do remotely.

With the advent of 5G, those requirements no longer exist as they are able to access and process that same data in real-time, from anywhere.

How do I access the 5G network

Firstly you can check your 5G coverage here

Several brands are rising to the top of 5G product development. Below, we highlight offerings from Vodafone and Huawei.

5G solutions

Vodafone 5G Gigacube

Lightweight, portable and stylish the Vodafone 5G Gigacube creates a Wi-Fi connection for up to 64 devices, with exceptional coverage and download speeds of up to 2.3Gbps. Smart dual-band Wi-Fi, extends the coverage in both vertical and horizontal directions. Meaning no matter where your customers are remote working, streaming is easier than ever.


  • 2.3Gbps download speeds
  • Hotspot for up to 64 devices

Huawei 5G Mobile Mi-Fi Pro E6878

Huawei 5G Mobile Mi-Fi Pro converts 5G signals to speedy Wi-Fi signals, so your customer’s 4G phones, tablets and notebooks, can experience the ultra-fast 5G network.

Suitable for a wide range of mobile office scenarios, but also meets the needs of temporary network connections during vacation and outdoor activities. Ideal for remote working.


  • 8,000 mAh battery capacity
  • 1.65Gbps download speeds (up to)
  • 250Mbps upload speeds (up to)
  • 867Mbps Wi-Fi speeds (up to)

What’s available if I don’t have 5G for remote working

4G solutions

Huawei E3372

The Huawei E3372 is a high-speed, super stylish, light and compact 4G dongle that provides your customers with a secure and reliable internet connection in any location. They can get instant internet access by simply entering a data sim of their choice, plug it in and off they go.

It allows your customers to work remotely and access documents, browse the web, stream or download videos in no time.


  • 150Mbps download speeds (up to)
  • 50Mbps upload speed (up to)
  • Battery life: 9 hours

Huawei E5576-320

Huawei’s superfast 4G mobile pocket-size Wi-Fi device provides 150Mbps 4G LTE high-speed Wi-Fi.

All it takes is one press on the button, to stream movies and download files. It can also produce a Wi-Fi hotspot, for up to 16 users to access.

The premium lower power consumption 1,500 mAh battery offers 6 hours of work time and 350hrs standby time. All your customers need to do, is insert the data SIM card and go.


  • 150Mbps download speed (up to)
  • 50Mbps upload speed (up to)
  • 1,500 mAh battery capacity
  • 16 devices hotspot
  • Battery life: 6 hours

Huawei E5577 4G Mi-Fi

The Huawei E5577 4G Mi-Fi features a long-lasting battery keeping your remote working customers connected.

  • 150Mbps download speeds (up to)
  • 50Mbps upload speeds (up to)
  • Hotspot for up to 10 devices

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