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Consumers seeking mobile broadband services can still get their hands on a cut-price pay monthly dongle from internet service provider O2.

The firm has extended its current broadband deal, offering three months' free broadband to customers signing up for a USB Modem on an 18-month contract.

Subscribers can pay noting for 1GB mobile broadband services until the fourth month of their deal, then just £10.21 per month for the remainder of their contract.

Dongle users seeking additional data can sign up for a 3GB dongle at a cost of £15.32 per month

Pay monthly customers are also able to take advantage of unlimited O2 Wi-Fi minutes, at 6,100 wireless broadband hotspots around the UK.

They also receive their Huawei E1752Cu USB Modem – which comes in a stylish white or black model – for free.

O2 customers are also able to take advantage of pay-as-you-go mobile broadband, with 500MB of data costing £5.11, 1GB priced at £10.21 and 2GB available for £15.32.

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