Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Google Nexus 7 are the first 4G LTE Android tablets launched by EE
The UK’s first operator to have a 4G LTE network, EE, has just announced the launch of its first two Android tablets. They’re being offered with 4G LTE data contracts, and they are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Google Nexus 7. In the case of the former, it’s simply the version with the LTE-capable radio inside. Interestingly though, the same is not true for the Nexus 7. This is being offered with a bundled Huawei E589 4G Wi-Fi hotspot. So the tablet is Wi-Fi-only, and doesn’t feature any built-in 4G connectivity of its own, but using the mobile data hotspot provided you’ll be able to take advantage of the higher speeds of LTE. And obviously, the Huawei E589 will also work with other Wi-Fi-capable devices you may have around the house, giving them the gift of 4G too.
Both tablets will be available “this weekend”, and they’ll be offered on three different contracts. These will cost you £25.99 per month for 3 GB of traffic, £30.99 for 5 GB, and £35.99 for 8 GB of data.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 can be yours for £99.99 with the most expensive plan, £199.99 with the middle of the road one, and £249.99 in case you want the cheapest there is.
The Google Nexus 7 will cost £29.99 with both the 8 GB and the 5 GB plans, and £49.99 if you opt for the 3 GB one.