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Broadband provider BT has created a home and mobile deal that costs customers less than 60 pence per day.

The 18-month 3G broadband bundle features an 8Mb wireless home broadband connection as well as 1GB of mobile broadband for £308.88.

BT's wireless dongle relies on Vodafone's HSDPA network and the communications provider explained that if necessary it can be switched to the 3G network.

Currently only compatible with PCs, the dongle will soon be made available in a Mac version as well.

Compared to the deals currently offered by Orange and Virgin, BT claims to offer an overall saving of £219.60 and £126.12 respectively with its cheapest BT Total Broadband deal.

John Petter, managing director of BT's Consumer division, said that the deal is an excellent money-saving opportunity for consumers.

He was quoted by PC Advisor as saying: "This is an absolutely fantastic deal, the most complete home and mobile broadband for only 56p a day is a no-brainer."

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