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3's dongle services offer "mobile broadband for less", the internet service provider (ISP) has claimed.

In a new Metro advertisement, the firm explained that its USM modem allows laptop and PC users to access the internet wherever they like.

The ISP noted that UK consumers can gain access to a 1GB dongle – enough to support basic web browsing and email usage – for just £7.50 per month.

3 urged internet users to "get online on the move today" with its mobile broadband services, which are compatible with all Windows operating systems.

Those individuals wishing to gain access to a 3 dongle on this tariff must sign up for a 24-month contract.

The ISP also offers pay-as-you-go options, including £2 pay-per-day mobile broadband, a 30-day 1GB data allowance for £10 and 3GB worth of data for £15.

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