The Samsung Galaxy Note II 4G LTE is now available to buy exclusively from EE in the UK !
Those looking to pickup Samsung's over-sized smartphone are looking at a minimum outlay of £36 a month , which will get them unlimited calls, unlimited texts and 500MB of mobile data. An upfront cost of £179.99 will also have to be paid for Samsung's premium Android device.
EE have made various other tariffs available offering different amounts of inclusive 4G data and differing up-front costs. For £46 a month you can get the same unlimited calls and texts, but with 3GB of data allowance and a reduced up-front fee of £89.99.
EE's 4G LTE tariffs are priced significantly higher than other operators 3G tariffs, but to many people the boost in speed is well worth the extra cost. 4G is up to five times faster than 3G data speeds which speeds up web-browsing , enables streaming of HD video and much more.
Those who are unwilling to pay the premium currently associated with 4G will have to wait until the middle of next year for prices to drop. That's when the other operators will begin offering the service in the UK , which should mark the start of a 4G price-war.
EE have a whole range of other 4G LTE phones available to buy including the iPhone 5, Nokia Lumia 920, Samsung Galaxy SIII LTE and many more. They'll be adding many more devices in the coming months and we can't wait to get our hands on next-gen 4G smartphones.
By Simon Thomas on 15th November, 2012