Have you at any point been frustrated with internet connectivity or even had to do the unthinkable in search of internet that works? Do you worry about downloading large files or endure long hours streaming your favorite music video because of bad coverage ? If you are a Nigerian, chances are that you can relate with one or even all of these scenarios.

The interesting thing now is that the good guys at Cloud Cover have put an end to your internet sufferings with the introduction of the CC1 MiFi, an amazing device that helps you connect easily, stay online for longer, surf, stream and download faster at a cost that does no harm to your pockets.

The device is  the most reliable alternative to your regular MiFi modems, providing subscribers with access to a wide range of network providers, instant connectivity without need for SIM configuration and an inbuilt power bank that charges your devices on the go.

The CC1 MiFi is also able to intelligently scan all available networks within your  location and automatically connect you to the network with best quality and bandwidth so there is almost never any internet downtime. The Mifi coverage stretches to all 36 states in Nigeria and over 100 countries across  the world including USA, UK & Dubai.

Hurry now and get yours on www.cloudcover.ng and begin to enjoy constant connectivity.

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