OMAHA, Neb. — Radio Engineering Industries (REI) now offers various data plans with the purchase of its mobile cellular Wi-Fi router for school buses.

REI officials said that the company recognized a need for school districts to provide students Internet access while transporting them to and from school.

“This solution provides students the ability to connect to their learning environment on the school bus,” company officials said.

REI’s cellular Wi-Fi router distributes bandwidth for up to 65 passengers, enabling them to access the Internet on their laptops, tablets or other handheld devices. For online safety and security, school districts can set up website blocking and password log-ins.

The cellular plans offered by REI are with prominent cellular carriers, company officials said. A school district can choose a plan based on amount of bandwidth and budgetary needs.

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