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The UK has some of the world's cheapest mobile broadband packages, recent research has revealed.

A study conducted by ABI Research found that Indonesia and France also offered low-cost broadband packages.

The research also revealed that the UK and other developed markets are struggling to cope with the demand that is being placed on their networks.

ISPReview.co.uk highlights some of the best value mobile broadband deals to support ABI Research's claims.

For example, mobile phone and internet service provider 3 allows customers a 5GB allowance for just £15 per month on a one-month contract.

Similarly, O2 offers 3GB with a free modem for the same price if an 18-month contract is entered into.

Earlier this week, Inmarsat announced that it has invested $1.2 billion (£762 million) in developing a new global high-speed mobile broadband service.

This will include three state-of-the-art 702HP Ka-band satellites, which will deliver internet speeds of up to 50MB. 

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