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December 19, 2008

Mobile broadband and laptop deals doing well

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by David Allen

It looks as if there is no stopping the popularity of bundled deals from mobile broadband providers where a laptop in thrown with the deal.

Such deals have proved to be irresistible to new customers.

Despite warnings from industry experts that this type of deal will not last, there are still customers signing up for two year deals at a cost of anything between £25 and £35 per month.

Now two providers, Orange and Vodafone, are offering the latest development in mobile broadband, a laptop with an integrated mobile broadband modem.

These do not require a USB dongle, but work rather like a mobile phone.

The SIM card is placed within the computer, meaning that providers no longer need to supply the dongles.

Deals with this integrated technology are, at the moment, selling better than deals that include the dongle and laptop, according to a study by Top 10 Broadband.

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