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Customers purchasing new Dell laptops and media tablets are to be given access to mobile broadband.

The computer manufacturer has signed a new deal with Three and Macheen to pre-install broadband on new consumer devices.

Macheen will provide white-label mobile broadband services to Dell, supported by Three's 3G network.

The firm will share the revenue generated with Three - helping the broadband provider to extend its customer base indirectly.

Commenting on the agreement, Macheen said Dell is one of the first device makers in the world to power its own service for its connected devices.

"We believe that together with device manufacturers and retailers we can change the rules and move toward every device being an 'internet included' device."

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