Orange Update Mobile Broadband Free Laptop Offers
Orange (www.orange.co.uk) has updated its range of mobile broadband free laptop offers with the addition of the Asus 1005H GO netbook and the Compaq Presario CQ61.
The Asus 1005H GO netbook has an embedded Orange SIM card for built in Orange mobile broadband, which means there’s no need to plug in a seperate USB modem stick.
This stylish Wi-Fi enabled netbook also has a Intel Atom N270 processor, 250GB hard drive, 1GB RAM and 10.1″ screen. The Windows 7 Starter operating system is also pre-installed.
Currently retailing for around £215, the Asus netbook is free when new customers take the £24.47 per month Orange mobile broadband plan that provides speeds up to 3.6Mbps and a 1GB data usage allowance.
Orange’s second new laptop, the Compaq Presario CQ61, is a classic high specified laptop which has a 15.6″ high definition display, AMD Sempron M100 processor, 250GB hard drive and 2GB RAM.
Windows 7 Home Premium is installed while a free Orange USB modem stick is supplied to connect the laptop to Orange’s mobile broadband network.
Worth £399, the Compaq CQ61 is available for free with the £34.25 per month Orange mobile broadband tariff which comes with a higher 5GB monthly data usage limit.
Both laptops are supplied with a 2 year warranty and can be ordered online at the www.orange.co.uk website or by calling 0800 072 4136.
Readers can compare these new free laptops with others from Orange’s competitors at our mobile broadband free laptop review.