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Broadband provider 3 has unveiled plans to launch a new wireless internet service at the end of this year.

MiFi has been created in response to the increasing demand for mobile broadband access and will be available to customers on the 3 network.

According to Marc Allera, Sales and Marketing Director of 3 UK, "consumer demand for easy and affordable internet access on the go is growing fast".

He said that the operator is "responding to that by announcing the UK's first wireless modem".

Mi-Fi will allow users on the 3 network to access the internet via a small modem that can be connected to a number of devices.

There is no need to a USB connection, fixed line or wires because it can send out a signal.

Mr Allera added: "There are millions of Wi-Fi devices out there, but they can only be used in fixed locations."

3 confirmed that pricing is going to be announced closer to the launch of the product.

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