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EE Now Selling 4G Android Tablets !

By Simon Thomas on 17th December 2012

EE have added a couple of new Android tablets to their network which can take advantage of their super-fast 4G network.


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.


You our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 by clicking here.


The second Android tablet that has been added to EE's range is the Nexus 7. However, the tablet itself only supports 3G, so EE have bundled it with a Huawei 4G LTE Mobile WiFi (MiFI) device.


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.


You can read all about the Google Nexus 7 in 3G's review by clicking here !

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