French mobile operator SFR, which recently launched a triple-play offer of broadband ADSL, fixed telephony and IPTV, has added a 3G PC datacard to its offer, writes Telecompaper. The bolt-on costs EUR29.90 per month and will be sold at SFR’s 745 shops, The Phone House and retailer Boulanger, initially in a limited availability of 20,000 packages. People signing up to the service will receive 2GB of mobile data use in the first two months, followed by 10MB per month thereafter. The card is also subject to a EUR9 monthly fee, while the set-top box and router are included. From 1 December 2007, SFR plans to add a new Wi-Fi function to its set-top box, allowing subscribers to activate Wi-Fi at the touch of a button, rather than having to enter a code key.