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Consumers seeking mobile broadband services with a cut-price or free laptop have another new option courtesy of Vodafone.

The internet service provider has added the Samsung N150 to its range of netbooks, boosting the appeal of its mobile broadband deals.

Coming with a built-in modem for web access on Vodafone's network, the laptop comes with Windows 7 Starter, a 1.6Ghz Atom processor, a 160GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM.

At 1.2kg it is a lightweight option - perfect for customers seeking to access the internet on the move.

For customers seeking a 1GB usage allowance over 24 months, the laptop costs an initial £29, with a £25 monthly bill.

However, for those signing up for 3GB at a cost of £30 per month, the Samsung N150 is included for free.

Meanwhile, Vodafone has reduced the cost of its pay-as-you-go 3GB dongle from £35 to £25.

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