Three introduces £2/day mobile broadband top-up deal

Three introduces £2/day mobile broadband top-up deal

UK network Three has introduced a £2 per day mobile broadband top-up deal which gives customers 24 hours Internet access without the need to commit to a monthly top-up.

500MB limit

Under the new deal, users will be able to bag 24 hours of internet access – restricted to a usage allowance of 500MB – rather than have to sign up to monthly top-up, making it “perfect for occasional surfers,” according to Three.

“Three’s Pay Per Day deal is the ideal proposition for business travellers, iPad owners and students who have a fixed broadband connection at home but also want the flexibility of being able to snack on mobile broadband whilst away from their home,” insisted Three’s Director of Mobile Broadband, Joe Parker.

The Internet credit can either be bought online or in the form of an in-store voucher – with any unused credit on the in-store voucher staying on the customer’s account, as Three explains:

A £10 voucher for example will buy five Pay Per Day Top-ups whenever the customer needs them,” Three notes.

For those that already have an active Top-up on their account, their Pay Per Day Top-up will kick in when their existing Top-up expires or is fully used.


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