With telecoms companies falling over themselves to get ahead in mobile broadband, there are many bargains to be had.
Such is the assertion of the Guardian in its comparative review of all the main players in the mobile broadband market.
The publication notes that while mobile broadband is not yet as fast as wireless internet services, the area of coverage is far greater, with users able to connect anywhere there is a mobile phone signal.
When looking at mobile broadband products, it advises: "Finding out which package suits you best hinges on how much you're willing to pay and how often you will use it."
Vodafone's £7.50 per month deal is found to be the cheapest, although some users may find the 120MB download limit restrictive.
For heavier users, it advises, 3 offers a package with a monthly usage allowance of 3GB for £10 a month, over 25 times the amount offered on Vodafone's cheapest tariff.
T-Mobile's 3GB package is also reviewed, which at £20 is more expensive than 3's comparable service, but users do also gain access to the company's extensive Wi-Fi network when they take out the deal.
With its external roaming partners, T-Mobile operates more than 30,000 wireless hotspots throughout the UK.
Compare the latest mobile broadband deals here.