Mobile broadband provider Three has launched a new deal for consumers seeking a new laptop with subscription internet services.
The firm is now waiving the upfront charge on its Mobile Broadband Plus Samsung RV510 deal, meaning new subscribers can get their hands on the laptop for free.
All consumers are required to do to receive a free laptop is sign up for a 15GB dongle deal on a 24-month contract.
The Samsung RV510 ordinarily carries a retail price of £550, meaning significant savings can be made over the course of a two-year contract.
Subscribers simply pay a monthly fee of £36.42 for 15GB mobile broadband per month, and pay nothing for the computer.
With a free USB modem, consumers gain wireless access to the mobile internet using HSPA+ dongle technology.
Three says its latest generation of dongles deliver 40 per cent faster browsing than previous models, enabling 97 per cent of the population to take advantage of high-speed browsing.
Consumers who order their laptop and broadband deal today could receive a delivery as early as Wednesday June 29th – meaning they could be online as early as this week.
As an added incentive, they also receive a free Three pay-as-you-go SIM for a friend to use.
However, anyone looking to take advantage of this broadband offer will have to make their mind up quickly.
Three is set to withdraw the broadband deal as early as Thursday June 30th, giving potential subscribers just four days to register.
As an alternative, UK consumers also have the option of taking out a mobile broadband and Apple iPad 2 package with Three .
A variety of options exist for customers willing to pay £25 per month for mobile broadband services over the course of a two-year contract.
The iPad 2 16GB Black comes with an upfront fee of £229, the 32GB model costs £279 and the 64GB tablet is priced at £379.
Subscribers have access to a 15GB per month data allowance, and can take advantage of up to 7.2Mb download speeds on their mobile device.