Orange is hoping to capitalise on consumer demand for web-enabled Apple iPads by launching a range of pay-as-you go broadband deals.
The mobile broadband provider will allow customers to access the internet on an ad-hoc basis, charging them 5p per MB consumed.
Under this arrangement, each consumer will be required to register a credit card with Orange.
A £40 cap will be placed on each monthly bill, although iPad users will be able to continue browsing once this limit has been reached.
As expected, Orange is also to launch a range of daily, weekly and monthly broadband deals.
A single day's 3G usage will be priced at £2, while a 10GB monthly usage allowance is set to cost £25, Orange has announced.
"The iPad allows users to connect with their apps and content in a more intimate, intuitive and fun way than ever before," the firm stated.
"Users can browse the web, read and send email, enjoy and share photos, watch HD videos, listen to music, play games, read e-books and much more, all using iPad's revolutionary multi-touch user interface."