Mobile operator 3 has launched a 5GB mobile broadband package on a 1-month contract. The move follows rivals introducing similar deals, including Orange and O2, which offer 30 day or one month plans.
3’s new package costs £15 a month and includes 5GB usage allowance on a rolling one month contract. The 5GB allowance is generous compared to similar short-term mobile internet deals from Orange and O2.
The deal requires a one-off fee £19.99 for a USB dongle that connects to the mobile internet service – and if you already have a compatible dongle, you can sign up to the deal on a sim-only basis with no one-off charge, according to the company.
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