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May 8, 2009

Mobile broadband price cut from Orange


by David Allen

The mobile provider Orange is cutting the cost of business mobile broadband by to fifty per cent between now and the 31st July.

Existing small business customers of Orange mobile broadband can sign up for a new contract at a cost of just £7.50 per month, which sounds good, especially as they will also be getting unlimited usage.

New customers can obviously sign up too, but they will have a choice of packages starting at £10 per month. The £10 package would have cost £15 before the offer.

Orange claims that customers who sign up to their mobile broadband service will be getting access to a network offering broadband connection speeds that can be up to four times faster than 3G.

Mobile broadband is fast becoming popular with business users as it enables them to get online almost anywhere in the UK.

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