The first new tablet is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE which is a true 4G tablet. EE are offering the tablet on a number of tariffs all with differing upfront costs.
The lowest priced tariff gets costs £25.99 a month and gets you 3GB of data. However, you'll have to pay £249.99 upfront for Samsung'a premium tablet. 5GB of data is available for £30.99 a month and you'll have to pay £199.99 upfront for the Note 10.1 LTE.
Those looking to get their hands on the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE (pictured above) with the lowest upfront cost will be looking at paying £35.99 for 8GB of data. That'll then incur an upfront fee of £99.99 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE.
The lowest priced Nexus 7 tariff costs £25.99 a month which gets you 3GB of data. You'll have to pay £49.99 upfront which gets you Google's tablet and Huawei's E589 MiFi device.
Alternatively, you can go for the 5GB tariff which costs £30.99 a month and has a lower £29.99 upfront fee. Those with a need for more data will be looking at the 8GB tariff which costs £35.99 , but sadly still incurs an upfront fee of £29.99 for the devices.