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Three has launched two new mobile broadband deals aimed at businesses seeking internet access on the move.

Professional people looking for next-generation dongle services for their laptop can now access 1GB of data at a cost of just £8.74 per month.

The Three Business Mobile Broadband Deal offers users access to download speeds of up to 7.2Mb, enabling them to continue working online while away from the office.

Subscribers receive a free USB Modem, allowing instant access to 3G mobile broadband.

All they are required to pay is a monthly subscription fee over the course of a two-year deal.

The dongle is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7, plus the Mac 10.4 and 10.5 operating systems.

Consumers can expect to receive their shipment within 48 hours of purchase, Three stated.

As an alternative, the mobile broadband provider is also running a discount promotion on its 15GB USB Modem tariff.

Businesses can sign up for the Three Business Mobile Broadband Max dongle for a new low price of just £13.32 over the course of a 24-month contract.

With the deal offering a generous 15GB monthly usage allowance, customers can take advantage of a wider range of online functions beyond basic browsing and email use.

The premium dongle carries a standard upfront charge of £41.65, for which customers receive 40 per cent faster browsing, Three stated.

Equipped with HSPA+ technology, the dongle – which has a rotating head for improved performance - allows users to download business files and documents at high speed.

Consumers considering signing up for a Three dongle may be encouraged by the company's achievements at the recent Internet Service Providers' Association Awards.

The firm was named as the winner of Best Mobile Broadband Provider 2011, recognising the high level of service provided to Three dongle users over the past 12 months.

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