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Mobile broadband provider T-Mobile has launched a new initiative designed to reduce the charges faced by UK consumers when logging on overseas.

The firm is introducing Euro Broadband Boosters – fixed prices for mobile broadband access on the continent – next month, reports the Inquirer.

For £1, dongle users gain access to a 3MB data allowance – enough for 15 minutes of email checking, rising to 20MB for £5.

Consumers willing to pay £10 can browse the internet for a whole day, while monthly broadband deals are available for £40.

Ralf Pearson, Senior Propositions Manager for Mobile Broadband at T-Mobile, said the firm wanted subscribers to be able to take their laptop abroad without worrying about costs getting "out of control".

He added: "With this proposition, we're offering these customers a range of better value, worry-free options, built to suit their different on-line needs while they're in the most popular travel destinations."

Earlier this week, it was reported that Nottingham student William Harrison ran up an £8,000 bill on his dongle during a six-month placement in Paris.

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