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Leading broadband provider 3 has revealed that it has lowered the price of one of its mobile internet tariffs.

The company has announced that its Broadband Lite deal now offers a 1GB data allowance for £7.50 a month, which is a drop from the original price of £10 a month.

Available on either an 18 or 24-month contract, the package includes a free mobile broadband dongle which offers connection speeds of up to 3.6Mb.

Those looking to save money on phone calls also have the chance to make Skype calls to other friends on the platform through the service.

Details about the price change have come after the company also recently launched a new package which combines its MiFi broadband service with Apple's popular iPod touch entertainment player.

Available from £23 a month on a two-year deal, the package also gives subscribers access to a data allowance of 5GB, which is enough to download around 800 songs.

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