Orange has launched a mobile wi-fi device in a refresh of its mobile broadband offering.
The Novatel Wireless 3352 mobile wi-fi device will launch alongside three new Sim-only mobile contracts which will include 12 month contracts for the first time.
Meanwhile Orange has introduced 12 month contracts on its new Dolphin and Racoon tariffs. Existing Orange pay monthly, pay as you go and home broadband customers will be rewarded with a £5 discount on all new mobile broadband price plans.
Occasional mobile broadband users can choose between Orange’s Racoon packages offer 500MB on one and 12 month plans, or a pay as you consume option with no line rental for existing Orange customers, who simply pay 5p for each megabyte of data.
Meanwhile, the operator has unveiled the Samsung N150 connected netbook featuring 11 hours of battery life, 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive.
Orange director of propositions Simeon Bird, said:‘At Orange, we’re always looking at ways to meet the ever-changing demands of our new and existing customers. We believe our new mobile broadband and Sim-only offerings do just that by enabling customers to stay connected – whether by calls and text – or by surfing the internet, email or through social networking sites.’