Music fans can now get their hands on an iPod touch and mobile broadband access thanks to a new offer from internet service provider 3.
The company has revealed a deal which sees Apple's portable music player paired with its mobile Wi-Fi or MiFi services for £23 a month.
Available through a 24-month contract, the offer comes with a 5GB data allowance for internet access, meaning users can enjoy 72 hours of browsing or download around 800 songs.
Charlotte Blanchard, Director of Products and Services at 3, said the iPod touch offers web users "a really great browsing experience".
"Now with MiFi on 3, iPod touch users can get wireless internet whenever they want on the network that's designed and built for the mobile internet," she added.
Earlier this month, 3 launched new pricing plans for its MiFi service.
Subscribers can now pay just £49.99 to buy one of the wireless modems, while the MiFi Ready-to-Go kit is available with a 3GB data allowance for an upfront cost of £69.99.