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Orange has revamped its business and consumer laptop range as part of an effort to ensure its customers have greater flexibility when it comes to mobile broadband network connectivity.

Businesses now have a wider range of laptop brands available to them, and can also choose between laptops with embedded SIM cards or separate dongles to secure mobile broadband internet access.

Meanwhile, individual consumers now have the option of 1GB, 3GB or 5GB mobile data allowance packages, and may also be tempted by the addition of the Samsung N310 laptop to Orange's consumer connected range.

According to Francois Mahieu, Director of Devices at Orange, the new offers will make it even easier for businesses and consumers to get online and keep up to date with the latest developments.

"Whether at home, at work, or on the road, people need the right tools to stay in touch," he said.

"Our new laptop range is designed to reflect the way individuals work and live - giving them the ability to send emails, surf the web or access multimedia applications across the UK's largest and most reliable integrated 2/3G mobile broadband network."

The move closely follows Orange's decision to unveil a new mobile data roaming portfolio for multinational corporations.

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