TalkTalk has unveiled its first-ever mobile broadband package, which costs £10 per month.

The deal comes with a 1GB data cap and is available on a rolling one-month contract, which means users just need to give 30 days notice to extract themselves from the deal. TalkTalk's Tristia Clarke said this gives users "the freedom to use it without feeling tied down to a long-term deal".

Users will have to fork out £29.99 for a USB modem to use with the package, while those that exceed the data cap will be charged 10p per MB.

The telecoms company has also launched two SIM-only mobile phone tariffs. Mobile Essentials costs £10 per month and offers use the same amount of credit, which can be spent on calls or texts. Calls to UK mobiles, landlines and 36 international destinations, as well as text messages are priced at 5p per minute.

Alternatively, Mobile Plus offers Unlimited calls to UK mobiles and landlines, as well as unlimited texts for £30 per month. However, this is subject to a fair use policy. Both SIM-only deals are available on rolling 30 day contracts.

"We think our packages will be extremely attractive to customers looking for a low-cost but high-performance mobile phone or mobile broadband service," Clarke said.

"We're looking forward to giving our loyal customer base the freedom to use TalkTalk when, where and how they want."

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