Orange refreshes mobile broadband plans

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Orange refreshes mobile broadband plans

Three new price packages introduced to cater for all customer usage; new mobile Wi-Fi product to be released in the coming weeks

Orange has refreshed its mobile broadband plans which it said allows customers to match their internet usage to a plan that’s right for them.

The ‘Small’ plan offers 500MB of inclusive download allowance  for £10 a month, the ‘Medium’ plan comes with 1GB and the ‘Large’ plan consists of 3GB of data for £30 a month. All Orange customers across mobile and home broadband will receive a £5 monthly discount on the plans.

Both the Medium and Large plans come with unlimited Wi-Fi access to over 200,000 BT hotspots across the UK.

Orange is also adding the E5830C mobile Wi-Fi device to its existing range of mobile broadband products.

The wireless receiver features a mobile broadband signal indicator to show users the level of signal being received, allowing them to place the device in a position where there is the strongest Orange signal.

It connects with up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices, with no installation software needed. It will launch in the coming weeks with prices ranging from £20 to £60 depending on the mobile broadband plan purchased.

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