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Consumers embracing Orange's new Mi-Fi services have a number of broadband deals to choose from.

The internet service provider recently became the latest to launch a mobile Wi-Fi service, allowing consumers to create their own wireless broadband hotspots on the move.

For individuals looking to test out Mi-Fi services, or those unwilling to commit to a long-term contract, the one-month Orange Mobile Wi-Fi Dolphin tariff may appeal.

Users who pay £75 for a Mi-Fi device can access 1GB of data for £15, which can be used over the period of one-month on a pay-per-use basis.

For £20, Orange customers have the option of bolting on unlimited public Wi-Fi services to their deal, providing additional flexibility

A 12-month contracted option also applies with Orange Mobile Wi-Fi Dolphin, where consumers receive 1GB of anytime data plus a further 1GB which can be used at off-peak times.

This broadband deal is priced at £15 per month, for which consumers are able to download at speeds of up to 7.2Mb.

As a reward for committing to the broadband provider on a longer-term basis, the purchase cost of the Novatel Wireless 3352 Wi-Fi device drops to £59.

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