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Three: Pay as you go!

Written by IT News on 2:47 PM

By: Andreea Dihel, Mobile Editor | softpedia.com


By now, there are not too many people unaware what Group 3 means. If there is someone, then find out that 3 is a brand used for nine mobile telecommunications networks in Europe, Asia and Australia.

The one holding the interests in these networks is Hutchison Whampoa. The networks offer "mobile multimedia" and also provide 3G technology, WCDMA, even if some of them are running on 2G networks.

With headquarters in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong and Macau, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, 3 has 3G-license in Israel, but there the company works under the Orange brand.

The services offered by the firm and, also, its programs launched along the years are focusing on
Mobile TV and Skype services. Video calling and fast Internet access is also a thing that 3 supports and these are made via most of its handsets.

And now, 3 has made a new announcement: the company will offer mobile broadband on a "Pay As You Go" basis. With this new service people will be able to stay connected "on the go", renouncing at the minimum-term contract.

But things are not as easy as they seem. A customer can have his own PAYG USB Modem, if he'll pay a sum of 100 British pounds, approximately 200 US dollars. The USB modem comes in few colors, pink and black, besides the white standard version. If you don't like any of the colors, a new green version has just been released. Should you dislike the designs of the model, the deal that has been made between the 3 Group and Skins4Things will make your device cooler. You can choose from skins like leopard, polka dots or Union Jack, which are for now available.

But, the costs won't stop here. After paying this, you'll have to pay another 99.99 British pounds in order to purchase the Top-Up. The Top-Up can be converted to 10, 15 or 25 British pounds that will give you broadband add-on from 1Gb, 3Gb or 7Gb download limits, with an extra MBs that will be automatically charged with 1 pound.

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