UK MOBILE OPERATOR EE revealed today that it has increased the data allowances on its 4G mobile broadband price plans.
Available to both new and existing customers, the data caps on EE's 2GB, 3GB and 5GB plans have been raised. From today, customers on its 2GB plan now get 3GB of data, while those on EE's 3GB and 5GB plans now get 5GB and 8GB of monthly data, respectively.
EE, looking to attract new customers, hasn't adjusted its pricing either, which means that subscribers can now opt for an 8GB data plan from £25.99 per month.
The network also introduced one-month SIM-only mobile broadband deals today, costing £12.99 or £15.99 per month for either 1GB or 5GB of data, respectively.
EE has yet to elaborate on why it increased its data allowances, but this is probably due to its shaky start. As well as delaying its 4G SIM-only tariffs by two weeks, EE has been met with a high number of complaints about its mobile tariff pricing, while others have bemoaned the network's slow LTE speeds.
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