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Web users heading to South Africa for the World Cup have the chance to access cheaper Wi-Fi deals thanks to new offerings from Freedom4.

The broadband provider, which has access to 1,000 hotspots across the country, has introduced a roaming internet access charge of 8p per minute.

In addition, the company has revealed that the first five hours of access to hotspots in South Africa will cost just £24.

Freedom4 outlined in a statement that the new plans were offered at "winning prices".

The firm added: "With hotspots achieving speeds several times faster than 3G, you can expect a better quality service for less money. Stay off the congested 3G networks near the stadium with Wi-Fi access from Freedom4."

Freedom4 offers hotspot roaming access to internet service providers, businesses and consumers in the UK and in more than 80 countries across the globe.

It has access to hotspots owned by 200 different Wi-Fi network providers.

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