Orange has revamped its mobile broadband service, changing its price plans and introducing the 'animal' branding used on its mobile phone services.
Dolphin costs from £15 a month and includes a 'happy hour' of unlimited surfing every day. Customers can pick 8am-9am, 12-1pm, 4pm-5pm or 10pm-11pm. The tariff includes 3GB of data per month on an 18-month minimum term contract or 2GB of data per month on a 1-month contract.
Panther Mobile Broadband starts at £25 a month for 10GB of data but offers 'unlimited' data for £35 a month on an 18-month contract. And Racoon starts at £5 a month for 500MB of data on an 18-month contract. All 18-month contracts include a free 'dongle'.
The company has also introduced a 'Mobile Broadband Bill Promise' that automatically caps out-of-bundle data usage at £40 per month.