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Optus offers HP Mini Netbook on mobile plans

Optus has announced a partnership with Hewlett-Packard (HP) Australia which will see Optus offering the HP Mini 5102 Netbook on a series of specially developed business class mobile broadband plans for small and medium business customers.

HP Mini 5102 OptusThe HP Mini 5102 Notebook will be available for $0 upfront on three plans from $59.99/month for 2 GB data up to $79.99 for 8GB. The HP Mini 5102 includes a 10.1” HD LED display, 2GB of memory, 160GB of memory Intel ATOM N450 (1.66GHz) processor and up to ten hours of battery life.

Rohan Ganeson, Managing Director Optus Small and Medium Business said that the partnership would give customers business class broadband connectivity and flexibility that they demand.

“The partnership with HP combines customer service, business class mobile broadband and netbook technology to perfectly compliment the needs of the modern business person. Business customers demand a high performance, consistent mobile network with comprehensive coverage and a personal computer to match — so they can get the job done on the go,” Mr Ganeson said.

Chee-Mei Gan, Director of Product Marketing, Personal Systems Group, HP South Pacific added that HP is looking forward to working together with Optus to serve their SMB customer base.

“We’re very pleased to work with Optus on this project and to bring SMB customers a tailored mobile broadband solution.”

“The Optus network is the ideal partner for the HP Mini 5102, we’re delighted at the opportunity to partner with Optus,” Ms Gan said.

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