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T-Mobile has confirmed the release of a new daily mobile broadband (3G) tariff and has cut prices on selected existing bundles.

The mobile phone firm's pay-per-day service Web 'n' Walk Plus Daily will be priced from between £1 and £4 per day and will not require users to have a contract.

The service entitles its users to unlimited browsing and "super-fast" speeds of up to 3.6Mbps via a USB modem, which is priced at £100.

Richard Warmsley, head of internet on the move at T-Mobile, said: "We know consumers value the flexibility of mobile broadband, accessing the internet for all the reasons they love, whenever they want, wherever they are. Now they can try this without the constraints of a fixed line."

The new tariff for customers signing up for 24 months to Web 'n' Walk Plus will be cut from £29 per month to "never more than £20".

Meanwhile, the Web 'n' Walk Max deal is down from £44 to £35.

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