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EVO Wingle Keeps You Connected Seamlessly As You Share Effortlessly!

Pakistan’s first 3G USB modem with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot; EVO Wingle is all out & about! The most talked about futuristic Wi-Fi tool that lets you effortlessly connect multiple Wi-Fi gadgets simultaneously at Hyper Speeds of up to 9.3 Mbps* in over 200 cities, and auto switch over to Evo 3.1 Mbps speeds in over 250 cities. It lets you connect ’n’ share effortlessly through any external USB power adapter.

Country’s First Wi-Fi enabled USB with Built-in Wi-Fi and Hi-Link Technology to support both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity

Get connected to Hyper speeds of up to 9.3Mbps in 200+ cities with seamless roaming & auto switch over to EVO 3.1Mbps speeds in over 250 non-Nitro coverage areas.

Connects up to 5 Wi-Fi gadgets simultaneously to hyper 9.3Mbps internet in 250+ cities across the country.


Works with any external USB power adapter …Get connected through your laptop; power-up through your car stereo system or cigarette lighter charger, or simply plug into any power socket in your home/office & get connected anywhere anytime.

Plug & Share! No installations required, just plug in your EVO Wingle to instantly start surfing or create your Wi-Fi hotspot anywhere, anytime!


Secure, Password-Protected connection that lets you choose the people and the devices who access your wifi zone.

Universal Wi-Fi compatibility; so plug-in your EVO Wingle & get ready to mingle with multiple Wi-Fi enabled gadgets simultaneously!

Wi-Fi devices in the range of up to 100 meters from the EVO Wingle can be connected to 3G speeds.


In order to use this feature you have to enable the SMS (text messaging) in Chat lab.
You can send SMS messages to your contacts’ mobile phones using Gmail Chat. To do so from Gmail:
  1. Enter your contact’s name in the ‘Search or invite friends’ box in Chat, and select Send SMS from the box of options that appears to the right of your contact’s name. Or, if you already have a Chat window open for this contact, just click Options, and select Send SMS.
  2. In the dialog box, enter a phone number in the ‘Send SMS messages to this number’ field. This feature is only launched in selected countries. Click here for the list of supported countries and operators. If you are not located in one of these countries you can still use it, but you won’t see the SMS option in Chat until you enable it manually in the Chat settings page.
  3. Click Save.
  4. A Chat window appears. Just type your message as you would normally. When you hit Enter, the message will be sent to the phone number you entered.
If your contact replies, the text message response will appear as a reply in Chat. These conversations are stored in your Chat history just like regular chats (but keep in mind that you can’t go off the record while communicating via SMS). 
SMS charges: Google does not charge for using this service. However, mobile providers’ standard charges will apply to any SMS messages sent from a mobile device to Google Chat. Please check your mobile provider’s price plan for details.
Note regarding mobile phone subscribers in North America: depending on which mobile plans your contacts in North America have, they may be charged by their mobile providers for receiving text messages.
Note regarding phone subscribers of Pelephone in Israel: your contacts on the Pelephone network will receive your SMS messages for free, and will be charged for replying according to Pelephone’s pricelist for core service. Special rates and packages do not apply.
Note regarding mobile phone subscribers in Zambia: your contacts in Zambia will receive SMS messages for free, and will be charged for replying according to their operator’s price for sending an international SMS to the USA.

SMS credit in Chat

SMS credit is an allocation of SMS (text messages) that you’re able to send to a mobile phone:
  • Initially, you’re granted a credit of fifty messages.
  • Every time you send a message, your credit decreases by one.
  • Every time you receive an SMS message in Chat (for example when a phone user replies to one of your messages) your credit increases by five, up to a maximum of 50.
If your SMS credit goes down to zero at any point, it will increase back up to one 24 hours later. So, you won’t ever be locked out of the system. 

“Buying” additional messages

Keep in mind that if you’d like a higher message credit, you can always send an SMS to your own phone, and then reply to that message multiple times. Every time you send a reply message, your SMS credit is increased by five. Effectively, you’re buying more messages by paying your phone company for these outgoing messages.
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