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T-Mobile has announced the launch of two brand new broadband laptop deals offering a range of services.

The broadband provider has revealed that it is now offering the Samsung N130 with its USB Stick 530 and a monthly download allowance of 3GB for £25 a month on a two-year contract.

According to the company, the N130 is a netbook which includes a 10.1-inch screen, as well as a 160GB hard drive and a built-in webcam.

In contrast, the Compaq Presario CQ61-305SA is now on offer from the firm, with a 5GB monthly download allowance for £30 a month with the same contract length.

The laptop includes a 15.6-inch screen, a 160GB hard drive and a DVD player.

Earlier this week, it was confirmed that Orange and T-Mobile intend to retain their share of the mobile broadband spectrum, despite some calls for a cap to be placed on its ownership.

The firms are expected to own 170MHz of the spectrum once they have merged.

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