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O2 is to launch two new laptops which come integrated with 3G mobile broadband connectivity.

The Asus UL30A and the Samsung N150 netbook are available exclusively on O2, with the Samsung going on sale today (April 30th) and the Asus model becoming available in May.

Samsung's N150 netbook can be purchased from £25 a month on a two-year contract and comes complete with 3GB of data usage plus 500MB of Wi-Fi.

Consumers will also need to pay a one-off fee of £29.99.

The Asus UL30A costs £30 a month on a two-year contract and boasts 3G of data usage and 750MB of Wi-Fi.

"We know that customers want to be able to click and go without the hassle of having to load up a mobile broadband dongle and our new range will make surfing the web and staying touch even easier," commented Felix Geyr, Head of Home and Broadband at O2.

Earlier this month, it was reported that O2 has the best customer service record in the broadband industry, according to a poll by

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