EE has began selling its first 4G Android tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and a Google Nexus 7 Wi-Fi bundle.
The operator will target consumer and business customers instore, online and through its call centres. The Note 10.1 is available across three data plans. The 3GB costs £25.99 per month across two years, with a £249.99 upfront cost. The 5GB package costs £199.99 upfront and £30.99 per month. The 8GB costs £35.99 per month with a £99.99 one off fee.
The Nexus 7 bundle comes with Huawei's E589 Mobile Wi-Fi device, giving consumers a personal 4G hotspot. The 3GB plan has a £49.99 upfront cost and £25.99 per month contract over two years. For the 5GB and 8GB plans, the one-off fee is £29.99 and the contract costs £30.99 and £35.99 respectively.
Paul Jevons, director of products and devices, EE, said: 'We’re pleased to be announcing our first Android tablets on the EE brand just in time for Christmas. With these new devices, we’re extending the possibilities of what 4G has to offer to an even wider range of users, so they can work or play with greater freedom than ever before.'
Editor: Graeme Neill