EE Confirms It Will Carry The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE And Nexus 7 Tablets


What do you do if you’re EE and have an ever-growing 4G LTE network to tout? You announce the availability of some new devices of course. EE has gone ahead and announced its plans to sell the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and a Nexus 7 + 4G Mifi bundle. While the prices aren’t exactly competitive, EE has different price options & data bundles for both devices:


Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE

  • £25.99 monthly and £249.99 upfront for 3GB
  • £30.99 monthly and £199.99 upfront for 5GB
  • £35.99 and £99.99 upfront for 8GB


Nexus 7 (likely the Wifi-only version) + Huawei E589 LTE Mifi

  • £25.99 monthly and £49.99 upfront for 3GB
  • £30.99 monthly and £29.99 upfront for 5GB
  • £35.99 monthly and £25.99 upfront for 8GB

Keep in mind that should any prospective customer go for either device, they will be locked into a 2-year contract and all of those pounds would indeed add up in the long run. Still— EE’s announcement is rather encouraging as it shows that the wireless carrier is really committed to giving its super-fast 4G network even more exposure.

source: Android Central

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