UK 4G MOBILE OPERATOR EE announced today that it will offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE in the UK.
EE said that the yet unannounced 4G enabled tablet will be available from this weekend, with prices starting from £25.99 per month with a £249 upfront cost, which shows that EE hasn't changed its mind on its pricing yet. This tariff comes with 3GB of monthly data, but this can be increased to 5GB or 8GB, which cost £30.99 and £35.99 per month on contracts that have £199.99 and £99.99 upfront prices, respectively.
As well as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE, EE said that it will also start selling the Google Nexus 7 bundled with its 4G enabled Huawei E580 Mobile WiFi device.
This bundle, thankfully, is cheaper than the top-end Samsung tablet. Although you'll have to pay the same each month, you'll only have to hand over a one-off payment of either £49.99 or £29.99, depending on how much monthly data you want.
Paul Jevons, director of Products and Devices at EE said: "We're pleased to be announcing our first Android tablets on the EE brand just in time for Christmas.
"With these new devices, we're extending the possibilities of what 4G has to offer to an even wider range of users, so they can work or play with greater freedom than ever before." µ
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