Short-term mobile broadband deals to proliferate

Continuing economic pressures are likely to spur the growth of one-month mobile broadband deals, as customers look to trim costs and avoid long-term contract lock-in, according to comparison site Top 10 Broadband. The company said the popularity of short-contract and no-contract home broadband packages has risen rapidly in recent months, and predicted a similar pattern emerging in the mobile broadband market. The figures suggest that one-month mobile broadband deals will account for 20 per cent of all mobile broadband sales in six months' time. Article

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