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UK mobile operator Three UK has announced that it is to launch a new 40GB mobile broadband plan.

The deal, which is priced at £45 a month, is currently only available to customers taking the Huawei E5573 4G Mobile Wi-Fi (MiFi) or the lower spec E5330 device on a 12-month contract.

The new bundle doubles the previous top allowance of 20GB, also including 600 minutes of UK calls, all-you-can-eat texts and a rate of 1p per MB if going over the 40GB limit.

While the new deal is sure to excite many of Three's customers, it is still behind the last estimate from industry regulator Ofcom, which predicted an average monthly household data consumption of 58GB for fixed line home broadband consumers.

The move comes amid the release of a summer special from rival firm EE, which is offering 100GB of monthly 4G usage free for two months.

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