Janam Technologies packages XT1 mini tablet with T-Mobile plan

Updated Mar 3, 2015

XT1 laying full sizeJanam Technologies, a provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, announced a partnership with T-Mobile distributor One Shop Wireless.

With the arrangement, Janam says its customers have access to the new Simply Connected promotion for T-Mobile’s DataStrong network.

“Janam is committed to providing mobile solutions with the right features at the right price, while eliminating the frustrations customers face when working with long-term industry incumbents,” said Harry B. Lerner, CEO of Janam. “The Simply Connected promotion aligns us with like-minded industry challenger T-Mobile to shake up the mobile computing industry with highly competitive offerings.”

The Simply Connected promotion is available to customers interested in purchasing Janam’s XT1 lightweight and rugged mini-tablet. Each WWAN-enabled XT1 will ship with a T-Mobile SIM card already installed with unlimited texting on the T-Mobile network. Additional features include no-contract coverage and up to 3GB of high-speed data on T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G LTE network.

“Simply Connected simply makes sense for the mobile workforce. Janam’s affordable and truly rugged devices coupled with the most competitively priced wireless service on the most robust data network in the US, allows businesses to communicate vital data captured in real time. This is the new speed of business,” said Gillian Foley, Vice President of One Shop Wireless. “Our partnership with Janam allows us to continue carrying out our mission of delivering complete bundled solutions that drive healthy ROIs for our T-Mobile clients.”

Customers interested in purchasing Janam’s new XT1 Rugged Mini-Tablet running on the Android™ operating system can take advantage of the Simply Connected promotion now. This promotional offer is also expected to be available for Janam XM5 Rugged Mobile Computer customers in Q1 2015.