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Mobile broadband provider Vodafone is to offer its customers access to online data backup services as part of a new deal.

The company has formed a strategic partnership with the Decho Corporation to develop a range of services for both its business and residential broadband customers.

Under the plans, customers will be able to easily add content to the remotely hosted site, as well as share it via the web browser of a PC, laptop or netbook.

Huw Medcraft, Director of Mobile Broadband at Vodafone, said the service will support its customers who use "a range of connected devices each day".

"Vodafone PC Backup will enable them to centrally store this content, providing users with the added reassurance that as a Vodafone customer their files - be they critical work documents for businesses or family photographs - will be there when they need it," he added.

Earlier this year, Vodafone launched an enhanced mobile broadband network in areas of high demand across the UK.

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