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Internet service provider Vodafone UK has relaunched its mobile broadband and free laptop bundles.

The ISP is now offering 7.2Mb mobile broadband inbuilt to one of two netbook computers, either the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 or the Samsung N130.

For consumers seeking a IGB broadband package, both laptops are available for a monthly fee of £25 inclusive of VAT.

Meanwhile, subscribers desiring 3GB usage allowance per month are required to pay £30 on a 24-month contract.

Both netbooks offer a 160GB hard drive and run from Windows' operating systems.

Earlier this week, rival ISP Tesco relaunched its broadband and phone bundles, lowering the price for packages including free anytime and free evening and weekend calls.

Consumers on both broadband deals can benefit from 20Mb broadband speeds, unlimited downloads, free set-up, free wireless router and Tesco line rental.

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