Just two weeks now remain for T-Mobile's latest price promotion on pay-as-you-go mobile broadband.
Since last month, the internet service provider has been offering consumers the opportunity to take out a dongle for a reduced price of £8.99, down from the standard £19.99.
The pay-per-use Mobile Broadband USB stick 610 allows unlimited browsing for £2 per day, £7 per week or £15 per month, with 30 days use thrown in for free when purchasing the first day.
Top-ups can be made quickly and easily using the My T-Mobile service whenever the user decides they want to access the internet.
However, T-Mobile cannot run this broadband deal indefinitely, so the offer is being withdrawn on October 13th 2010.
As a result, consumers looking to boost their online connectivity options have just a fortnight to weigh up the pros and cons of pay-as-you-go and contract mobile broadband services.
In the coming months, T-Mobile users are set to benefit from use of Orange's mobile broadband network, as well as their own.
The two firms merged in the UK earlier this year, forming a new parent company called Everything Everywhere.