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February 19, 2013

Giveway: Huawei E5151 Pocket WiFi

Last month, we featured Huawei’s new pocket WiFi — the E5151. The router supports up to 10 devices and has provisions for a LAN or ethernet port.

While most people would scoff at the LAN port, it’s actually very useful when you travel a lot and stay in hotels where they only have wired internet in the rooms (and I travel around a lot so this is what I often bring on trips).

You can check out more about this device here. It’s now available in stores with prices between Php3,500 to Php4,500.

If you still can’t afford one, we’ll just give away one of these, alright? So here you go.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Updated: Contest Winner — Pipo del Rosario. Congrats! Please email us for details on how to claim your prize.

570 Responses to “Giveway: Huawei E5151 Pocket WiFi”

  1. Michelle Ame
    Twitter: michelleame

    Ladymishel Wifi

  2. Elmyr Cruz says:

    I would name it “Sponsored by Yugatech”

  3. Agnes Dc
    Twitter: magz_dc

    FlyHigh my WiFi

  4. Wowie015 says:

    High Flyer

  5. rica
    Twitter: rsicad

    amazing wifi

  6. Jerrik
    Twitter: jerriklegaspi


  7. exequieljohn says:

    Reach The Sky WIFI :D

  8. Redball says:

    Want one!

  9. Josephine Gregorio
    Twitter: jezzie_97

    name would be:

    “Bawal kumonek, bukas pwede”

  10. Benmarlowe Obra
    Twitter: louieness

    HighFive WiFi

  11. Jelo says:

    “Bayad muna bago konek”

  12. Jelo says:

    “Bayad muna bago kabit”

  13. russell says:

    police precinct wifi

  14. BENCHMARK says:

    Why Fay Wifi

  15. Mara Mina
    Twitter: badwithnames_

    Hmm… “Stairway to Heaven”

  16. Angelito says:


  17. Cha says:

    Pocket Buddy

  18. Cha says:

    Pocket Buddy Wifi

  19. Lee Ian Magpantay says:

    “Free Wifi yesterday”

  20. Carolyn Ong says:

    Mini wify

  21. Roy says:

    I would name this device “Wifi On The Go”

  22. Keizi Winn Igtiben says:

    Wifi for you and me

  23. Carlyle says:

    Wifi Thunder

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