Netgear 4g Lte Mobile Hotspot Now Available In The Uk Through O2’s New 4g Network

Pricing and Availability The NETGEAR AirCard 762S Mobile Hotspot is available now through all O2 channels. The monthly fee for the device is available free on 24-month contracts with data plans available starting at 14.17 a month. More Information Learn more about NETGEAR AirCard 762S Mobile Hotspot at: http://www.netgear.com/service-provider/products/mobile-broadband/mobile-hotspots/762S.aspx or http://businessshop.o2.co.uk/O2BusinessShopMobileDataLanding?md=MobileWifi . Find out more details on the free NETGEAR AirCard App for iOS and Android devices: http://www.netgear.com/service-provider/products/mobile-broadband/AirCard_App.aspx . For more information on O2 4G, please visit: www.o2.co.uk/4g . About O2 O2 is the commercial brand of Telefonica UK Limited and is a leading digital communications company. With over 23 million customers, O2 runs 2G, 3G and 4G networks in the UK. As well as operating O2 Wifi and owning half of Tesco Mobile, O2 has over 450 retail stores and sponsors The O2, O2 Academy venues and the England rugby team. Telefonica UK Limited is part of Telefonica Europe plc (a business division of Telefonica SA), which uses O2 as its commercial brand in the UK, Slovakia, Germany and the Czech Republic. About NETGEAR, Inc. NETGEAR ( NTGR ) is a global networking company that delivers innovative products to consumers, businesses and service providers. For consumers, the company makes high performance, dependable and easy to use home networking, storage and digital media products to connect people with the Internet and their content and devices. For businesses, NETGEAR provides networking, storage and security solutions without the cost and complexity of big IT.

UAE, UK launch joint military exercise

The war games codenamed Sea Khanjar, which will last until October 9, will see the UK Response Force Task Group deploys a range of the Royal Navys capabilities, said Commodore Paddy McAlpine, Commander UK Task Group, which forms part of the Royal Navys Response Force Task Group (RFTG). RFTG is the UKs high readiness maritime force, comprising ships, submarines, aircraft and a landing force of Royal Marines, ready at short notice to act in response to any contingency tasking as required by our government. Commodore McAlpine said he was proud to be commanding the Task Group in this years Cougar deployment. This demonstrates the Royal Navy and UKs enduring commitment to the security of the UAE and is an excellent opportunity to build on our strong defence relationship. The Response Force Task Group was formed in 2011 and is based around a Lead Commando Group and provides the UK with a deployable, very high readiness, flexible capability. In order that this capability can be fully maintained for UK contribution to international defence and security, the task group deploys annually, conducting a series of exercises, to something we call Cougar, Commodore McAlpine said. He added this years Cougar deployment has already operated in the Mediterranean and Red Sea, before arriving in the Gulf. Cougar 13 involves exercising with Gulf partner nations in order that together we can safeguard our shared interests of maritime security and economic prosperity, and effectively cooperate on issues such as freedom of navigation in the region. While in the Gulf my Task Group will exercise its capability and continue to strengthen relationships with key partners in the region. The Task Group is not the only Royal Navy presence in the Gulf region. RFTG has ships permanently in the Gulf region, building on our persistent presence engaged with our partners on matters of defence and security. Commodore McAlpine said the Response Force Task Group will be exercising across the UAE. We will be active offshore, and on land. This gives the Royal Navy an excellent opportunity to test the full extent of our ability to undertake force protection measures, air defence exercises and also for the Royal Marines to be able to exercise their amphibious capabilities. He said the exercise will be jointly commanded by the UK and UAE military and will be conducted offshore and on land.