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With the new university semester nearly upon us, Orange has decided to market a mouth-watering mobile broadband deal.

Students who can produce their NUS or UCAS number will be entitled to mobile broadband for just £10 per month.

This £5 per month saving is available on contracts of 18 or 24 months, the provider has confirmed.

The offer includes a 3Gb per month download allowance and is sure to be a welcome fund saver for those students with more time on their hands than money.

Orange recently launched a new mobile broadband package which includes the provision of a free ultraportable Asus laptop.

Those opting for a 24-month contract get the computer, an accompanying dongle, plus 3Gb of downloads and 100 texts all thrown in for £25 per month.

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