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November 27, 2009

Orange mobile broadband offers more laptops

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by David Allen

The mobile provider Orange has added some more laptops deals for buyers of its mobile broadband service.

Consumers will be able to choose ether the Compaq CQ61 or the Asus 1005Hgo, the catch being that they will need to take out an eighteen or twenty-four month contract, with various data usage allowances.

The Asus will effectively be free with a £25 per month, 1 Gb usage contract, while the higher end Compaq will also be free of charge and the monthly fee will be £35 with 5 Gb of usage.

Alternatively the mobile broadband service known as Option 515M is available from £9.79 per month, over eighteen months.

This also comes with a free 8 Gb SD Card.

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