Orange launches new 3G mobile broadband tariffsMobile Internet firm Orange launches 30 day plans
13 December 2008
Orange has launched two new 30-day mobile internet deals, starting from £20 a month with a 3GB usage limit. The move sees the telecoms provider offer customers the chance to try the service on a short term basis.
The 30-day deals include:
- 3GB usage limit for £20 a month and £49.99 one-off fee for the dongle
- 10GB usage limit for £30 a month and £48.50 one-off fee for the dongle
Mobile broadband can be a good alternative if you can't get broadband or don't want to pay line rental - for more information see our dedicated guide on mobile internet.
For information on the latest broadband packages see our broaband and home phone bundles reivews.
Cheaper mobile internet
Along with the short-term packages, Orange is offering two further deals with lower monthly costs on 18-month contracts:
- £9.79 a month with a 1 GB usage limit and a one-off £29 cost for the USB dongle
- £24.47 a month with a 10 GB usage limit and no one-off cost for the USB dongle
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