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Three will next month offer what it today claimed its best mobile broadband dongle yet.

The kit in question is the Huawei E367 and Three reckons this "premium" gadget stands out in two key ways, one literally so.

Huawei E367

First, it offers the "latest HSPA+ technology" for speeds up to "40 per cent" faster than "some" of Three's other dongles. Second, it has a pivoting USB jack, allowing you to connect it to yout laptop and flip it up to stand vertically for better reception.

The E367 will be available on 7 April, for £70 on a PAYG 1GB Ready To Go deal, a rolling one-month contract for £50 up-front and £16 per month for 5GB, or with no up-front charge and a 15GB data allowance for £18.03 per month on a 24-month contract. Existing customers can also upgrade their current dongles for £60. ®

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