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Broadband provider 3 has revealed how its MiFi broadband service can make devices like laptops or tablets "truly mobile".

The wireless service creates a broadband hotspot using the company's network which consumers can then use to connect up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices to the internet at any one time.

Marc Allera, Sales and Marketing Director at 3, said the service gives consumers the freedom to connect to the internet wherever they are.

He added: "3's network is designed to give our customers the very best experience of the mobile internet.

"We currently have the biggest 3G network in the UK and are working hard on making it even bigger, better and faster than before."

Earlier this week, 3 became the latest mobile broadband provider to confirm it is offering dedicated data plans for use with Apple's new iPad Wi-Fi + 3G system.

Prices for the plans start from £7.50 a month for 1GB.

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