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Vodafone has become one of several mobile broadband providers to throw in a free laptop with its deals, offering prospective customers a complimentary Dell Netbook.

Those who plump for the deal will be tied to a 24-month contract and receive 1Gb worth of download allowance, costing £25 per month.

The bundle which includes the machine - said to have a retail value of £299 - went on sale on Wednesday, October 1st.

Customers who wish to receive a larger allowance can opt for the choice of 3Gb, at £30 per month, the provider has confirmed.

Vodafone was one of a number of mobile broadband providers that supported the GSM Association's (GSMA) campaign to release a sticker on laptops informing the user if the device comes with pre-installed 3G capacity.

Michael O'Hara, chief marketing officer of the GSMA, said of the agreement: "17 of the world's largest technology companies have committed to change the way people get online forever."

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