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This standalone dongle works in the UK, America and Australia and offers cheap top up prices. The device costs £79 and 1GB of data, likely to be more than your current smartphone allowance, costs £15, rising to £35 for 5GB. The travel benefits are obvious and if you’re planning to use mobile data in America, the monthly fee will save you a shocking £7,911 based on 1GB of data from Orange (EE) which charges £8 per megabyte of data.
The price tag is so competitive, it may also be cheaper than paying for hotel Wi-Fi fees when abroad. The technology is made possible by Globalgig partnering with networks in the UK, America and Australia and it’s one of the best kept secrets in the world of mobile internet dongles.
Key features: Works in three countries, pay as you go
Perfect for: The traveling business person
Price: £79 and then £15 for 1GB of data, £25 for 3GB and £35 for 5GB
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