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As part of a series of consumer reviews, Money High Street has offered evaluation of T-Mobile's mobile broadband services.

In the review, the advice site states that T-Mobile's daily-subscription packages are particularly well suited to those who do not want to be drawn into a lengthy contract.

Costing £4 per day, the service is said to be "reasonable value", although users are advised that the cost of a wireless dongle will have to be covered beforehand.

The Web'n'Walk package is said to be better value overall, with the limited-period price of £15 increasing to £20 at the end of March.

Users are allowed unlimited downloads and free access to T-Mobile's extensive network of Wi-Fi hotspots.

"Unlike its competitors, it does not limit the amount you download per month, though you may be limited by fair usage policy," the resource notes.

In last week's review of Vodafone's comparably priced service, Money High Street criticised the package for its limiting 3GB usage allowance.

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