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Huawei has launched a new super-fast dongle - the E3231 - for Three mobile broadband subscribers.

The Chinese manufacturer says the USB modem offers fast, safe and affordable data connectivity, and the ability to connect easily and quickly to any PC, netbook or laptop.

The dongle is easy to set up out of the box, and connects to the internet in less than 15 seconds, ensuring ease of use for the consumer, Huawei stated.

According to the firm, the E3231 is capable of download speeds of up to 21.1 Mb and upload speeds of up to 5.76 Mb on Three's HSPA+ mobile network.

This means consumers may not need to sign up for fixed-line broadband services at home, Huawei suggested.

The firm's UK and Ireland Executive Vice-President Mark Mitchinson said Huawei is "committed to delivering innovative and easy-to-use data products across all categories".

These include smartphones, mobile broadband and home devices, he stated.

Mr Mitchinson noted that his company has a "long and productive relationship" with Three, and this will continue with the launch of this latest mobile broadband device.

"The new Huawei E3231 will enable consumers to take even greater advantage of its fast data network in the home and on-the-go," he added.

The super-fast dongle - which comes in a black model - is replacing the E353 model on Three's mobile broadband plans, Huawei explained.

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