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Consumers are being given the opportunity to access a free dongle when they sign up for mobile broadband with T-Mobile.

The broadband provider - which is owned by Everything Everywhere - offers a range of pay monthly, pay per day and pay up front options for UK customers.

And when consumers sign up for a pay monthly dongle, they receive their USB modem at no additional charge.

There are two options to choose from - a 1GB usage allowance priced at £10 per month or a 10GB usage allowance which costs £15 per month.

Both deals are available from T-Mobile on 18-month mobile broadband contracts.

The broadband provider explained that the mobile broadband deals are suited to web browsing and email use, rather than watching TV, downloading media content and playing games online.

However, the 10GB usage allowance on the £15 per month deal gives subscribers some additional room for manoeuvre.

The free dongle available with the T-Mobile broadband deals is a Mobile broadband USB stick 615, which uses simple plug and play technology.

The dongle works with both Windows 7 and Mac software, and allows users to store photos, music and files with space for a 32GB memory card.

"Getting online couldn't be easier. Simply plug the USB Stick 615 into any USB port. Then enjoy fast, reliable mobile broadband that covers a whopping 80 per cent of the UK," T-Mobile stated.

"The compact USB Stick 615 is also small and light enough to slip into any pocket - a good-looking little gizmo that goes wherever you go."

T-Mobile won the Best Mobile Broadband award at the 2010 Mobile Industry Awards.

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