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Top 10 Broadband has united with cheap mobile broadband specialist Vodafone for an incentive offering consumers a £10 Amazon voucher when they sign up for its best-selling mobile broadband deal.

Under the terms of the limited-period offer, all customers who buy the 12-month mobile broadband deal through Top 10 Broadband will qualify for a free £10 spend at the online entertainment retailer. To take advantage of the money-saving offer, consumers must visit the Vodafone page of Top 10 Broadband and enter the promotional code TOPTEN10.

Vodafone’s £15 per month mobile broadband offering is one of the most keenly priced deals on the market. As well as a connection of up to 7.2Mb – up to 14 times faster than 3G - customers benefit from a free dongle and a generous 3GB monthly download limit. This is enough for 100 hours of browsing, 200 tracks, 100 short video downloads and 2000 emails. The dongle is compatible with all laptops, including Macs, and can be used abroad.

Jessica Mcardle, marketing manager at the broadband comparison site Top 10 Broadband, said: “We’re delighted to be able to team up with Vodafone for this great incentive. This particular pacakge has been one of our best-selling products recently and we expect the offer of a £10 voucher to provide a further boost.”

The launch of the incentive comes after Vodafone recently unveiled a new mobile broadband deal aimed at small to medium-sized enterprises. The broadband package offers unlimited downloads for £18 per month and is intended to eliminate businesses' concerns over incurring heavy charges for exceeding their usage limits.

When a business opts for the unlimited offer on an 18-month or 24-month rolling contract they will receive the Vodafone Stick Pro or the USB Modem Stick for free. The new tariff is also available for a term of 12 months or on a rolling 30-day contract basis, with USB mobile broadband dongles priced at £24.68.

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