Vodafone mobile broadband travellers will now be able to take advantage of new tariffs when using their laptops to browse the internet abroad.
The internet services provider has launched a per-day data roaming scheme, which allows mobile broadband users visiting Europe to download up to 50MB via a dongle for £9.99 in a single day.
People who wish to download more will then be charged an additional £9.99 for every 50MB of subsequent data they download, which breaks down to a cost of 20p per MB.
The per-day roaming charges for people heading outside of the EU are set at £29.99 for up to 50MB and the same for each additional 50MB thereafter.
Vodafone advised its broadband customers that the tariffs extend from midnight to midnight UK time and urged travellers to keep time differences in mind.
The mobile broadband supplier is currently working on an alert service that would inform users of their data usage.
It introduced the new tariff to coincide with the launch of EU regulations on mobile roaming charges, which limit the wholesale costs of mobile broadband to 1 (85p) per MB.
To sign up for this deal visit Top 10 Broadband's Vodafone page.