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Internet service provider (ISP) 3 has announced a reduction in the price of its pay-as-you-go dongles.

As of May 1st, the universal serial bus modems have been available at a lower cost, the ISP reveals.

By using one of the dongles on the most popular package, which comes with 3 GB of data transfer allowance, 3 suggests that up to 2,000 plain text emails may be sent.

However, larger and smaller transfer limits are also available - including a 0 GB version for those who want to pay per megabyte of data.

In order to purchase a dongle at the reduced price, 3 advises customers to apply online, over the phone or in store.

The ISP adds that "it's fast, it's easy and you don't need to be anywhere near a wireless hub or hotspot".

Fashion-conscious users can also obtain the equipment in black or pink, rather than the standard white, in order to blend in with their computer's colour scheme.

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