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Orange has revamped its business-centric mobile broadband plans, rolling out four new contract plans.

'Business Everywhere 5 to 9' and 'Business Everywhere 9 to 5' both offer 'unlimited' data transfers during the hours implicit in their names: 5pm to 9am and 9am to 5pm, respectively. Both cost £10 a month on a two-year contract.

Business Everywhere Unlimited ups the price to £15 per month - though that's only for 18 months - and extends the usage period to the full 24-hour day. Take out a two-year contract and you get an extra 5MB of Europe-wide roaming data usage bundled.

Finally, Business Everywhere Lite provides just 1GB of data for £7.50 a month on a two-year contract. Again, there are no specific times of the day when you can and can't use the plan. ®

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