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UK internet service provider O2 is offering further incentives for consumers to migrate to its mobile broadband packages.

The firm is now offering 1GB mobile broadband for just £10 per month, with unlimited Wi-Fi hotspot services.

Subscribers can get their O2 dongle for free, and also receive three months' service without payment if they are willing to sign up for an 18-month contract.

For those consumers who prefer to pay on an ad-hoc basis, one month deals are also available for £10, however the dongle must be purchased outright for a one-off fee of £20.

Consumers seeking 3GB data allowance can still sign up for an O2 USB Modem E169 deal, priced at £15 per month on an 18-month deal.

O2's mobile broadband services offer speeds of up to 3.6Mb.

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