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Mobile broadband provider 3 has reintroduced its 15Gb dongle to the UK market.

The firm has made the mobile broadband modem available at a price of £25 per month for a two-year contract, and £30 for consumers wishing to commit for 18 months.

Users are able to spend around 150 hours on the internet every month using the dongle, based upon the 15Gb allowance.

As with all of 3's pay-monthly broadband packages, the dongle is provided for free.

Among 3's other offers is the 1Gb Broadband Lite deal, currently available at £7.50 per month, and various pay-as-you-go options which include pre-loaded credit.

Last week, it was reported that 3 UK had activated its 10,000th 3G site in the UK, at Shooters Hill in south-east London.

Graham Baxter, Chief Technology Officer at the firm, said 3 was continuing to add new coverage to its network.

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