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ZTE MF920W+ User Guide

MF920W+

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WIRELESS
BROADBAND
Self-Help Guide
MiFi Modem (MF60)
PortaFi Modem (MF70)
maxis.com.my/broadband
1800 82 2000
contents
understanding the LED light on the modem
how to measure the current download and upload internet speeds
how to manage your account
wireless internet online account
MyAccount Portal
troubleshooting guide
Scenario 1: How to change my MiFi key/password
Scenario 2: No network or Unable to connect to Network
Scenario 3: Connected but unable to browse
Scenario 4: Slow browsing
understanding your bill
how to read your Wireless Broadband bill
how to request for online bill
how to request for bolt-on
safety tips
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5 – 6
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understanding the LED lights on modem
1. Power
2. Memory card slot
(microSD card)
3. WPS
4. LED screen
5. External Antenna
Connector
6. Charger / USB port
Hold down the Power button to switch on/off the
device.
Where you insert the memory card (microSD card).
Press it to enable / disable WiFi function.
Indicates the signal type, signal strength, battery life,
WiFi status etc.
Used to connect an external antenna to enhance the
signal strength.
Charge your device and connect your PC / laptop to
your device via USB cable.
1 MiFi Modem
Model MF60
Red solid
Green solid
Green blinking
Blue solid
Blue blinking
Blue blinking
Blue solid
LED off
Turned on and not registered
Registered to 2G
Connected to 2G and data is being transferred
Registered to 3G.
Connected to 3G and data is being transferred
WiFi is Active
WPS is Active
WiFi is off
Status Description
3G
2G
WiFi
Indicator
Network signal strength
Network type 2G or 3G icon will appear on the LED screen
according to the network being connected
Roaming network
Connect to the Internet automatically
Connect to the Internet manually
WiFi status and number of the connected users
New incoming message
Battery life
Indicator Description
R
A
M
5
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1. Device cap
2. Indicator
3. Front Cover
12 PortaFi Modem
Model MF70
Red solid
Green solid
Green blinking
Blue solid
Blue blinking
Blue blinking
Blue solid
LED off
Turned on and not registered
Registered to 2G
Connected to 2G and data is being transferred
Registered to 3G.
Connected to 3G and data is being transferred
WiFi is Active
WPS is Active
WiFi is off
Status Description
3G
2G
WiFi
Indicator
Network signal strength
Network type 2G or 3G icon will appear on the LED screen
according to the network being connected
Roaming network
Connect to the Internet automatically
Connect to the Internet manually
WiFi status and number of the connected users
New incoming message
Battery life
Indicator Description
R
A
M
5
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how to measure the current download
and upload internet speeds
Note
The speed measured here is the speed between your device (PC, notebook or handphone) and Maxis’ network. These speeds may exceed
the capabilities of many content servers and individual PCs. The actual Internet connection speeds may vary due to a number of factors
including customer hardware, equipment and software, server limitations, type of content being accessed, the number of users online
and distance from modem.
This handy tool will help you measure the current download and upload speeds of your internet connection.
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Go to speedtest.maxis.com.my and click on Begin Test button
to perform speed test.
step 5
Close all browser windows you may have opened.
Close any applications that may be connected to the internet.
Perform the speed test by using your modem connected to
your PC or your SIM placed in your tablets/other devices and
get connected to Maxis Wireless Broadband.
Clear your browser cache.
To clear you cache:
1. On the Internet Explorer 6 Tools menu, click Internet
Options. The Internet Options box should open to the
General tab.
How to get an accurate result using speedtest?
Your internet connection speed can be affected by many factors. To help achieve the most accurate test results,
please follow these simple steps:
step
step
step
step
1
2
3
4
2. On the General tab, in
the Temporary Internet
Files section, click the
Delete Files button.
This will delete the
files that are currently
stored in your cache.
To clear cache for other
browser, please call
Wireless Broadband
hotline at 1 800 82 2000.
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how to manage your account
MyAccount Portal
You may access MyAccount Portal anytime, anywhere
through any available internet access. You will need to
register and login to manage your Wireless Broadband
at this portal.
It is now easier for you to manage your Account, track your quota usage, purchase quota top up and pay your bills.
You can do it either via myAccount Portal or Wireless Internet Online Account Portal.
Wireless Internet Online Account
Wireless Internet Online Account portal allows you
to manage your Wireless Broadband when you are
connected directly with your Wireless Broadband SIM.
You do not need to provide any login credentials to
check your quota balance and usage patterns.
http://mywireless.maxis.net.my http://myaccount.maxis.net.my/wbb/
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View your quota usage
View how much data you have left
Go to mywireless.maxis.net.my using your Maxis Wireless Broadband SIM card. Click verify and enter your IC to
proceed to manage your account.
Topping up your data volume
What to do when you have exceeded your quota
(Quota Purchase > Purchase quota)
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Managing your package
Upgrade or downgrade your package
(Manage Package > Upgrade/Downgrade)
Managing your profile
Managing your account
(Manage Account > View / Update Details)
Manage Package lets you select any plan which suits your needs.
Upgrade My Package allows you to upgrade your plan.
Transaction History permits you to view your transaction history.
Manage Profile enables you to view your account details and
update your phone number.
Note: Update your preferred contact details in order to get your
quota notification and billing information.
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View your invoices
Keep track of your past invoices
(Bill Payment > View My Bills)
View your payment history
Keep track of your transaction history
(Bill Payment > Payment > View Payment History)
View My Invoices lets you keep track of your current and
historical invoices.
View My Payment History enables you to view your payment
details without any hassle.
View My Invoices lets you view your payment records.
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Making payment
The hassle-free way to settle your bills
(Bill Payment > Payment > Make Payment)
Make Payment lets you pay your bills any time of the day.
Payment enables you to view your current outstanding balance.
Direct Debit Registration lets you register with Direct Debit.
Direct Debit Transaction History permits you to view any
previous transaction with Debit Card.
Payment methods:
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How to create your personal MyAccount ID and password
Logon to MyAccount Portal at
maxis.com.my/myaccount.
Click on First time user.
Key in the following details:
User Type: HSDPA
SIM number:
• When you register for
Wireless Broadband, you
will be given a SIM card
with a number, which you
can use to log into the
MyAccount Portal. This is
step
step
1
2
called the SIM number on your registration form and monthly
bill. Key it into the SIM Number field.
• You can obtain your SIM
number on your SIM card.
The SIM number is located
at two positions. The first
is printed on the actual SIM
card itself and the other is
at the bottom below the
barcode.
• You can also get this number by calling our customer service
Hotline at 1800 82 2000.
ID type: Select New IC/Old IC (as per registered with Maxis when
you filled up the Registration Form) for verification purposes.
MyAccount Portal
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Check your user details. Create your personal username,
password and password recovery security question.
Confirm your user details. Once successful, log in with your newly
created username and password.
step 3 step 4
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View your quota usage
View how much data you have left
View My Data Usage allows you to view
your data usage.
Usage Education lets you know your
usage volume, the causes of heavy usage
and tips to reduce your usage.
My Data Usage Details will show
you how much data you have used on
your monthly subscription and quota
purchased.
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Topping up your data volume
What to do when you have exceeded your quota
Top Up Data Volume lets you top up
your data usage.
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Managing your package
Upgrade or downgrade your package
Manage Package lets you select any plan
which suits your needs.
Upgrade My Package allows you to
upgrade your plan.
Transaction History permits you to view
your transaction history.
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Managing your profile
Managing your account
Manage Profile enables you to view your
account details and update your phone
number.
Note: Update your preferred contact
details in order to get your quota
notification and billing information.
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View your invoices
Keep track of your past invoices
View My Invoices lets you keep track of
your current and historical invoices.
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View your payment history
Keep track of your transaction history
Making payment
The hassle-free way to settle your bills
View My Payment History enables you
to view your payment details without any
hassle.
View My Invoices lets you view your
payment records.
Make Payment lets you pay your bills any
time of the day.
Payment enables you to view your current
outstanding balance.
Direct Debit Registration lets you
register with Direct Debit.
Direct Debit Transaction History permits
you to view any previous transaction with
Debit Card.
Payment methods:
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Manage Password lets you change your
current password.
Managing your password
Change your password to protect your privacy
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troubleshooting guide
Scenario 1: How to change my MiFi key/password
Use your MiFi to connect to the internet.
Click on Setting > WiFi Setting > Security. Change the
Pass Phrase to your preferred password and click Apply.
You are required to reconnect to your WiFi by using this
new WiFi password.
Your MiFi modem comes with a default password, which is located at the back of your modem. It is recommended to change the
password frequently to avoid unwanted users using your connection.
step
step
1
3
Launch Internet Browser and key in 192.168.0.1. Put in the
default password: admin and click Login.
step 2
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If you are unable to access to the WiFi admin page, check your
LAN card / network adapter. (Note: The following steps are for
Windows XP. For other Operating Systems, please refer to the
respective Operating System’s user guide.)
i. Go to Control Panel.
ii. Select System.
iii. Click on the Hardware Tab.
iv. Select Device Manager.
v. Look for Wireless Adapter.
• If the adapter’s icon is green , continue with step 5.
• If the adapter’s icon has a red cross , please check
with your PC / laptop manufacturer for further assistance.
Check your Local Area Connection. (Note: The following steps are
for Windows XP. For other Operating Systems, please refer to the
respective Operating System’s user guide.)
i. From Windows, click on Start > My Network Places and
click on View Network Connections.
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ii. Double click on Local Area Connections icon. iii. Under LAN properties, select Internet Protocol 4 (TCP/IP).
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iii. Click on Properties and make sure the IP and DNS are
obtained automatically.
If the problem persists, check your Internet Explorer settings.
i. Launch Internet Explorer Browser.
ii. Click Tools and select Internet Options.
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iii. Select Connections tab.
iv. Under Local Area Network Settings, click LAN setting.
v. Make sure the Automatically detect settings is checked.
v. Open Internet browser and key in 192.168.0.1 to check
whether the Admin Page is accessible. If problem persists, call
our Hotline at 1800 82 20000 for further troubleshooting.
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Scenario 2: No network or Unable to connect to Network
Check if your Maxis Wireless Broadband SIM card is inserted
correctly into your modem and turn on your modem.
step 1
Check the light indicator on the modem.
• If the light is on, proceed to Step 3.
• If there’s no light, your SIM card might be faulty or Maxis
Wireless Broadband service is currently unavailable. Please call
our Hotline at 1800 82 2000 for further troubleshooting.
Launch Internet Explorer Browser and key in 192.168.0.1. Put in
the default password: admin and click Login.
For PortaFi Modem (MF70) step
step
2
3
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If there’s no network type or signal shown, try to manually search
for the network signal.
i. Go to Settings. Under 3G Settings, select Network Select
> Band Selection Mode and select Manual. Click Apply.
(Note: If Manual option is disabled, go back to Home page
and click on Disconnect button. Repeat Step 4).
For MiFi Modem (MF60) step 4
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ii. Wait till the available networks are listed.
iii. Select Maxis 3G and click Apply.
• If there’s network signal but unable to connect, proceed to
Step 5.
• If there’s no network signal, proceed to Step 6.
Try to connect to your modem using a different device. (pc/laptop)
• If problem is resolved with the other device, please check with
your pc/laptop manufacturer for further assistance.
• If problem persists even with the other device, please call our
Hotline at 1800 82 2000.
Use the service at different locations.
• If problem persists at several locations only, it may be related
to the service. Please call our Hotline at 1800 82 2000 and
provide your location, device information, time/date and signal
reading to receive assistance.
• If problem persist at all locations, your SIM card or modem
might be faulty. Please walk in to any Maxis Centre for further
troubleshooting. (Note: Wireless Broadband modem comes
with 1-year warranty).
step
step
5
6
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Turn off Firewall and any Anti-virus application. Use your Maxis Wireless Broadband SIM in a different modem
(if any).
• If problem is resolved using the other modem, your modem
may be faulty. Please walk in to any Maxis Centre for
further troubleshooting. Note: Wireless Broadband modem
comes with 1-year warranty).
• If problem persists even with other modems, please proceed
to Step 6.
Check if you are able to browse using other browsers such as
Mozilla, Safari etc.
Try to connect to your modem using a different device (pc/laptop).
• If problem is resolved using the other device, please check
with your pc/laptop manufacturer for further assistance.
• If problem persists even using other devices, please call our
Hotline at 1800 82 2000.
Check your browser setting. Please ensure the browser proxy
setting is unchecked.
If problem persists, try to access different websites.
• If unable to browse certain websites only, the website you are
accessing may be down, blocked or congested.
• If unable to browse all websites,
i. Go to Step 5 to check your modem. (if any)
ii. Go to Step 6 to check your device. (PC / laptop)
iii. Go to Step 7 to check the service.
step step
step
step
step
step
1 5
2
6
3
4
Scenario 3: Connected but unable to browse
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Use the service at different locations.
• If problem persists and at several locations only, it may be
related to the service.
i. Launch Internet Explorer Browser and key in
192.168.0.1. Put in the default password: admin and
click Login.
ii. Go to Settings. Under 3G Settings, select Network
Select > Band Selection Mode and select Manual.
Click Apply. (Note: If Manual option is disabled, go
back to Home page and click on Disconnect button.
Repeat Step 7).
iii. Wait till the available networks are listed.
• If problem persists at all locations, your SIM card or modem
might be faulty. Please repeat Step 5.
step 7
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Scenario 4: Slow browsing
Check the light indicator on the modem.
• If the light is on, proceed to Step 3.
• If there’s no light, your SIM card might be faulty or Maxis
Wireless Broadband service is currently unavailable. Please call
our Hotline at 1800 82 2000 for further troubleshooting.
Check if you are connected to 3G or higher network signal.
i. Check if your Maxis Wireless Broadband SIM card is inserted
correctly into your modem and turn on your modem.
ii. Check the light indicator on the modem.
• If the light is on, proceed to Step iii.
• If there’s no light, your SIM card might be faulty or Maxis
Wireless Broadband service is currently unavailable.
Please call our Hotline at 1800 82 2000 for further
troubleshooting.
iii. Launch Internet Explorer Browser and key in 192.168.0.1.
Put in the default password: admin and click Login. Look
for the network type and signal strength indicator at the top
centre of page.
Slow browsing could possibly be due to :
• Inability to connect with 3G or higher network signal.
• Exceeding your monthly quota.
• Sharing the connection with more people.
• Multi task activity.
step
step
1
2
For PortaFi Modem (MF70)
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For MiFi Modem (MF60)
iv. If there’s no network type or signal shown, try to manually
search for the network signal.
• Go to Settings. Under 3G Settings, select Network
Select > Band Selection Mode and select Manual.
Click Apply. (Note: If Manual option is disabled, go back
to Home page and click on Disconnect button. Repeat
Step 2iv).
v. Wait till the available networks are listed.
vi. Select Maxis 3G and click Apply.
vii. Go to the Home page and click Connect.
• If there’s network signal but you are unable to connect,
proceed to Step 3.
• If there’s no network signal, please call our Hotline at 1800
82 2000.
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For MiFi Modem (MF60)
For PortaFi Modem (MF70)
Check your quota balance via
• mywireless.maxis.net.my by using your Wireless
Broadband SIM.
• maxis.com.my/myaccount.
i. Connect to the internet by using your Maxis Wireless
Broadband SIM card.
ii. Go to mywireless.maxis.net.my
step 3
mywireless.maxis.net.my
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iii. Check your quota balance. If your quota balance has reached
0GB and you do not have additional quota top up, your
internet speed has been managed to a lower speed until your
next billing date.
iv. Purchase additional quota top up to continue enjoying normal
speed. To purchase additional quota:
• Go to wireless.maxis.net.my.
• Click on Quota Purchase button > Purchase Quota.
• Enter your IC number / Passport and click Verify.
• Click on Proceed button for confirmation.
• Click on View Transaction History to check on status of
your purchase.
• If your purchase is successful, the additional quota will be
displayed on the main page.
• Continue to surf at a normal speed.
i. Go to maxis.com.my/myaccount.
ii. Key in your ID and password and click Sign In.
iii. Check your quota balance. Click on View My Data Usage >
My Data Usage Details.
If your quota balance is 0GB, your internet speed has been
managed to a lower speed until your next billing date.
maxis.com.my/myaccount
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iv. Purchase additional quota top up to continue enjoying normal
speed. To purchase additional quota:
• Click on Top Up Data Volume.
• Select the quota that you would like to purchase and click
on Purchase button.
• Check on the quota that you plan to purchase and click on
Confirm button to proceed.
• Check the status of your purchase. Click on Top Up Data
Volume > Transaction History.
• If purchase is successful, the additional quota purchased
will be displayed under the View My Data Usage > My
Data Usage Details page.
v. If you are unable to purchase additional quota from this
website, please call our Hotline at 1800 82 2000.
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Understanding your bill
1st month bill 1. The total amount due from your
previous bill.
2. The total amount we received from
you when you paid at the point of
your line registration.
3. Adjustments made during the previous
stated billing period.
4. The unpaid balance from your previous
bill (Your Previous Balance – Payment
received + Adjustments).
5. The amount charged during your
current stated billing period.
6. Total amount due before rounding
(Overdue charges + Current Charges).
7. Total amount you have to pay after
rounding.
8. The deadline for paying your current
charges.
1 2 3
4
5 8
6
7
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1st month bill
1. The payment that you have paid to
our Maxis Center/Dealer/Agent during
registration of your line.
2. The Maxis plan you currently subscribe
to. If you have subscribed to the plan
for less than 1 month, the amount
charged will be pro-rated.
3. A detailed list of the discounts and
rebates you get, which may be
different depending on the plan you
subscribe to.
4. Other charges that may be charged
to your line. For your 1st month bill,
the activation fee is displayed here
which will be contra against the cash
payment made when you registered
your line (item 1 above).
5. The total charges for the line.
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2nd month bill
1. The total amount due from your
previous bill.
2. The total amount we received from
you when you paid your previous
balance.
3. Adjustments made during the previous
stated billing period.
4. The unpaid balance from your previous
bill (Your Previous Balance – Payment
received + Adjustments).
5. The amount charged during your
current stated billing period.
6. Total amount due before rounding
(Overdue charges + Current Charges).
7. Total amount you have to pay after
rounding.
8. The deadline for paying your current
charges.
1 2 3
4
5 8
6
7
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2nd month bill
1. The payment that you have paid for
your previous balance.
2. The Maxis plan you currently subscribe
to. If you have subscribed to the plan
for less than 1 month, the amount
charged will be pro-rated.
3. A detailed list of the discounts and
rebates you get, which may be
different depending on the plan you
subscribe to.
4. The total charges for the line.
1
2
3
4
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• Click on View My Invoices on MyAccount Portal.
You can view your Wireless Broadband current and historical bills anytime and anywhere you go via MyAccount
Portal and Wireless Internet Online Account (mywireless).
• Click on Bill Payment > View My Bills on Wireless
Internet Online Account Portal.
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wireless broadband self-help guide I 41
You may request to have your broadband and mobile to be in a single bill.
You can either go to any nearest Maxis Centre
or
call our Hotline at 1800 82 2000 for further assistance.
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safety tips
instructions for use
• Use the accessories delivered with the device or use those recommended by the vendor, such as the power adapter and battery.
• The power supply voltage of the device must meet the requirements on the input voltage of the device.
• Keep the power plug clean and dry to avoid electric shocks or any other hazard.
• Dry your hands before removing or inserting devices.
• It is normal that your wireless device gets hot when you use or charge it. Before you clean or maintain the wireless device, stop all applications and
disconnect the wireless device from your PC.
• Use your wireless device and accessories with care and in a clean environment. Keep the wireless device away from a fire or a lit cigarette.
• Protect your wireless device and accessories from water and vapor, and keep them dry.
• Do not drop, throw, or bend your wireless device.
• Clean your wireless device with a piece of damp and soft antistatic cloth. Do not use any chemical detergent, powder, or other chemical agents (such
as alcohol and benzene) to clean the device.
• Do not use the device when using the device causes danger or interference with electronic devices.
• Follow rules and regulations set forth by hospitals and health care facilities. Do not use your device when using the device is prohibited.
• Do not use your device in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, and comply with all signs and instructions. Areas that may have potentially
explosive atmospheres include the areas where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
• Do not use your device while flying in an aircraft and before boarding an aircraft. Using wireless devices in an aircraft may cause danger to the
operation of the aircraft and disrupt the wireless telephone network. It may also be considered illegal.
• Do not use the device in dusty, damp, and dirty places or places with magnetic fields. Otherwise, it may result in malfunction of the circuit.
• On a stormy day with thunder, do not use your device when it is being charged, to prevent any danger caused by lightning.
• Letting the child play with your device or its accessories, which may include parts that can be detached from the device, may be dangerous, as it may
present a choking hazard. Ensure that small children are kept away from the device and accessories.
• Use the accessories delivered only by the manufacturer. Using accessories of other manufacturers or vendors with this device model may invalidate any
approval or warranty applicable to the device, result in the non-operation of the device, and cause danger.
• To ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines, the device must be used with a minimum of 2.5cm distance from the body.

WIRELESS
BROADBAND
Self-Help Guide
MiFi Modem (MF60)
PortaFi Modem (MF70)
maxis.com.my/broadband
1800 82 2000

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