Internet service provider O2 has confirmed it is cutting the price of one of its mobile broadband dongles.
The company has reduced the one-off fee on its pay-as-you-go USB device, which offers speeds of up to 3.6Mb, from £29 to £20.
Consumers can use the device to access mobile broadband services when they want them, paying £2 a day for a download and usage allowance of 500MB.
Alternatively, people can buy a week's worth of usage and an allowance of 1GB for £17.50, while they can get hold of 30 days on a 3GB offer for £15.
Unlimited wireless broadband minutes, which can be used across the UK, are also included when you take up the dongle.
News of the offer has come around a month after O2 confirmed it has trialled the use of super-fast long-term evolution mobile broadband technology in Slough.
The company collaborated with Huawei on the project.