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3 has revealed that its mobile broadband customers may soon be granted access to online streaming platform Spotify's premium services as part of their contracts.

The company recently launched a new partnership with the service and the Android-based handset HTC Hero, which gives subscribers access to streaming as part of their tariff.

However, Charlotte Blanchard, Director of Products and Services at 3, said plans are afoot for a further expansion in the deal.

She said: "This partnership continues our commitment to bring popular internet services to our customers.

"Over time our deal with Spotify will extend across a range of our products including mobile broadband."

3 was recently celebrating after winning the best mobile broadband package prize at the Mobile Choice Consumer Awards 2009.

The company's deal featuring the Samsung N130 netbook and a 15GB data allowance was deemed better than other contracts from rivals including Vodafone, O2 and T-Mobile.

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