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Broadband provider Orange has confirmed it is offering subscribers the chance to enjoy the first three months on two of its mobile internet packages at half-price.

Available until January 31st, consumers will only pay £7.50 a month for the initial few months on its 3GB deal, while people can alternatively pay £12.50 a month on its 10GB contract deals for the period.

The two deals move back up to their original price of £15 a month and £25 a month respectively after the first three months.

Each of the packages are available on an 18-month contract and include a free USB modem.

Orange is one of the UK's best-known mobile broadband providers and was named the best as part of a YouGov poll carried out last November.

It rated highly in areas including quality and value for money, as well as in ease of use, connectivity and overall network coverage.

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