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Telecommunications firm Three could be about to launch a mobile broadband package which will make the service more affordable than ever before, it has been reported.

Prices for the package could start from as little £10 per month for 1GB usage allowance, according to the Register.

Meanwhile, £15 per month would entitle the customer to 3GB, while £25 per month gives them an allowance of 7GB.

The tariffs are considerably lower than existing rates offered by other providers, with T Mobile's Web'n'walk Plus deal offering 3GB for £24.68, while O2 and Orange offer 1GB for £45 per month.

Three's deal also includes a free USB modem for existing customers, with new customers signing up for 18 months or more paying £29 for the device. Meanwhile, further data on all three tariffs would most likely to be charged at 10p per megabyte.

Three has not confirmed the price points cited in the report.

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