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September 25, 2008

Mobile broadband to get new player


by David Allen

Despite the huge interest in mobile broadband over the past year, there has been one significant absence from the range of mobile broadband providers.

Virgin Mobile have been the only top mobile provider not to offer a mobile broadband service, but that is about to change.

Following their shopping around, it seems that Virgin Mobile have decided that they are better off where they are and have gone ahead and signed a new six year deal with T Mobile.

It is understood that this contract will enable Virgin Mobile to offer excellent rates to their new and existing customers.

However, more importantly this new deal will give them the opportunity to finally join in with the mobile broadband revolution on a pay as you go and contract basis.

Unfortunately for them, many of the mobile broadband customers are currently tied up in contracts with other providers.

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