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Orange 3G Mobile Office Card

Back in April, Vodafone stole a march on the competition by becoming the first UK mobile operator to launch a business-orientated 3G data device -- the <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/networking/0,39023970,39152563,00.htm">Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS datacard</a>. Vodafone's 3G card has certainly widened the choice for mobile workers seeking a high-speed Internet connection on the move, but it’s not all roses: the pricing is high -- around £85 a month to download 500MB -- and the company's 3G coverage remains fairly patchy. Vodafone obviously needs a healthy dose of competition, and that has now arrived following the launch in July of Orange's 3G Mobile Office Card.

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