Orange has become the latest mobile broadband provider to bring a Mi-Fi product to the UK market.
The internet service provider (ISP) has launched the Novatel Wireless 3352 mobile Wi-Fi device, which allows customers to create their own wireless broadband hotspots.
Consumers can get online with up to five simultaneous WiFi devices, including laptops, music players, games consoles, digital cameras and tablets, using Orange's network.
Orange mobile Wi-Fi is available from a one-off fee of £49, depending on the package taken.
Simeon Bird, Director of Propositions at Orange, said the ISP is always looking at ways to meet the ever-changing demands of its new and existing customers.
"We believe our new mobile broadband offering does just that by enabling customers to stay connected," he stated.
At present, customers signing up for an Orange broadband deal with Top10.com can get their hands on a free Nokia phone – but only while limited stocks last.