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The UK’s leading mobile broadband provider 3 (three.co.uk) has launched two mobile broadband discount codes giving either £3 off a month or a £10 HMV voucher.
The £3 off a month discount code is ‘3MBB3OFF’ and specifically applies to 3’s 5GB 18 month Standard dongle.
This dongle provides mobile broadband speeds up to 7.2Mbps when connected to a laptop or netbook, together with a 5GB monthly download usage allowance.
Usually priced at £15.99 a month, new customers using the discount code online at the three.co.uk website can get the dongle package for £12.99 a month for the duration of the contract.
The discount code for the £10 HMV voucher is ‘HMVMBB10’. This code can be used when ordering online any mobile broadband package from 3, including pay monthly and pay as you go tariffs, mobile broadband and laptop deals and Mi-Fi plans.
The only exclusions are those bundle packages containing mobile broadband and tablets like the iPad.
Readers can find out more about 3’s range of mobile broadband packages at the three.co.uk website.
Three UK (www.three.co.uk/tablets) has launched a new tablet and mobile broadband deal for £25 a month which features the Samsung Galaxy Tab bundled with 15GB of mobile broadband data.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab (currently retailing for £450 on its own and without a mobile broadband plan) is one of the most popular tablet computers on the market.
The device impressively brings together the features of a smartphone and a laptop to deliver a portable PC with phone, Wi-Fi and 3G capability.
Small enough to fit into a pocket or handbag, the Galaxy Tab has a 7.0″ touchscreen, 1.0GHz processor and 16GB hard drive.
Equipped with the Android 2.2 operating system, there’s access to thousands of apps plus entertainment options like Google’s eBooks.
The 15GB mobile broadband data plan bundled in with the Galaxy Tab by Three, offers mobile broadband speeds up to 7.2Mbps together with 97% UK coverage.
The 15GB monthly data usage allowance is enough to send 15,000 emails, use the Internet for around 160 hours, plus download 75 four minute videos and around 500 four minute music tracks.
This tablet and mobile broadband deal has a 24 month contract period together with a £199 one-off up front fee.
Users requiring a shorter contract period can opt for a 1 month contract option which provides 5GB of mobile broadband data plus the Galaxy Tab for £15.99 a month. An upfront fee of £479 applies.
Interested readers can find out more on Three’s mobile broadband and tablet deals at the www.three.co.uk website.
Mobile operator 3 (three.co.uk/laptops) has added the Dell Inspiron Duo to its leading range of mobile broadband and laptop packages.
The Dell Inspiron Duo is a hybrid device that can be used as both a laptop with full keyboard and a touch screen tablet, thanks to its unique flip hinge design.
Featuring a 10.1″ HD touch screen display, the Dell Inspiron Duo packs a punch with an Intel Atom N550 Dual Core 1.5GHz processor, 320GB hard drive and 2GB RAM.
Windows 7 Home Premium is also included, together with a 1.3MP webcam.
Currently available to buy on its own from retailers for £449, the Duo laptop can be purchased as a package with the 3 Mobile Broadband 5GB data plan for £41.52 a month (a one-off up front cost of £49.99 applies).
This plan offers mobile broadband speeds up to 7.2Mbps to 97% of the UK, together with a monthly 5GB download usage allowance.
3’s dongle, the ZTE MF112 black USB modem is included for free in the package, while free delivery and a 14 days returns policy is also offered.
Readers can find out further information at the three.co.uk website or compare other mobile broadband with laptop deals here.
Three (three.co.uk/laptops) has added the Samsung N145 netbook to its range of mobile broadband and laptop deals.
The Samsung N145 nebook features a 10.1″ WSVGA SuperBright display, an Intel Atom 1.66Ghz processor, 250GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM.
Equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Windows 7 Home Starter, the netbook is available with the 3 mobile broadband 1GB data plan for £18.08 a month. A one-off £9.99 upfront charge applies.
Mobile broadband speeds on the 3 network are up to 7.2Mbps with coverage now reaching 97% of the UK.
The 1GB data allowance a month is typically enough to send around 1,000 emails, download 32 four munute music tracks, surf the Internet for 15 hours and download 7 four minute videos.
Customers requiring a higher mobile broadband data allowance with this netbook can opt for 3’s 15GB data plan that costs £26.20 a month and includes the Samsung N145.
The ZTE MF112 black USB modem is included for free in both the 1GB and 15GB data plans and needs to be inserted into the USB port of the netbook to enable it to connect to the 3 mobile broadband network.
Readers can find out more at the three.co.uk website or compare 3’s new laptop deal with those from Vodafone at our mobile broadband free laptop review service.
Apple iPad deals from Three (www.three.co.uk/iPad) now start from £25 a month for the 16GB iPad and the Three 15GB mobile broadband data plan.
Exclusively available online until the 31st January, the deal comes with a £199 upfront cost for the iPad, which saves customers at least £230 on the upfront cost of buying the iPad 16GB without a data plan.
Three’s mobile broadband network covers 97% of the UK and provides download speeds up to 7.2Mbps.
The 15GB data allowance enables users to send roughly 15,000 emails a month, surf the web for 160 hours, download 80 four minute videos and download 450 four minute music tracks.
Customers can also get their hands on a subsidised 32GB or 64GB Apple iPad when purchasing Three’s 15GB Mobile Broadband data plan.
Three was recently voted the UK’s best mobile broadband provider in a YouGov survey of mobile broadband users and offers free delivery and a 14 day returns policy.
Interested readers can find out further information on Three’s iPad deals at the www.three.co.uk/iPad website or compare mobile broadband and iPad deals here.
Mobile operator Three (three.co.uk/iPad) is offering its iPad SIM card for just £7.50 a month as it looks to attract the thousands of Brits who have received an Apple iPad 3G this Christmas.
The £7.50 a month plan includes the Three iPad SIM card which when inserted into the iPad connects to the company’s award winning 3G network which offers mobile broadband speeds up to 7.2Mbps across 97% of the UK.
The plan, available on a rolling one month contract basis, comes with a 1GB monthly data allowance which is enough to send 1,000 emails, surf the Web for 10 hours, download 5 four minute videos and download 32 four minute music tracks.
Customers requiring more data can opt for Three’s 10GB iPad plan which costs £15 a month.
The 10GB plan, again available on a flexible one month contract, provides sufficient data to send around 7,000 emails, surf the Internet for 70 hours, download 35 four minute videos and download 224 four minute music tracks.
New iPad 3G owners not wanting any contract tie in can order one of Three’s pay as you go iPad plans.
For a one-off £10, users can purchase a pay as you go (PAYG) iPad SIM that comes pre-loaded with 1GB of data that lasts up to 30 days.
A PAYG iPad SIM with 3GB’s of data is also available for a one-off £20.
Users opting for pay as you go can easily top up when they run out of data allowance. Top ups cost £2 for 500MB, £10 for 1GB, £15 for 3GB and £25 for 7GB.
Three was recently rated the UK’s No.1 network for Mobile Broadband by YouGov. Its advanced 3G network is well placed to enable Brits to get the most out of their new iPad 3G.
Interested readers can find out more information and order their iPad SIM card online at the three.co.uk/iPad website.