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June 3, 2009

Free broadband from 3

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by David Allen

The mobile broadband provider 3 is launching a new pricing plan for its Pay As You Go (PAYG) customers, giving them free mobile internet access, free Skype calls and free Windows Live Messenger.

The free credits come into force every time the customer tops up their service, but they do not have to be used up straight away as the credits last for three months.

The internet access is limited to 150 megabytes of data usage.

The system, known as 3Pay, gives the customer access to a whole range of service lasting for ninety days.

The company 3 says that it is the only firm to offer a service like this that lasts for around three months.

Normally the free services offered by other providers last for just one month only.

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