Everything Everywhere customers to pay through the nose for 4G LTE
October 23, 2012 at 22:33 GMT | By Darlington Moyo
The costs of accessing Britain's first 4G mobile internet service have been revealed by mobile phone operator EE. Customers will be able to choose from price plans ranging from £36 to £56 a month once the super-fast technology rolls out.
The cheapest deal comes with 500 MB of data for £36. Heavy data users can opt for the £56 tariff, which includes 8 GB of data. All contracts last two years and come with unlimited calls and texts. On top of the contract, customers will have to also fork out for the phones, which will include the Nokia Lumia 920.
- 1GB of monthly data will cost £41 per month
- 3GB plan will cost £46 per month
- 5GB tariff will be priced at £51 per month
- 8GB tariff will be priced cost £56 per month (aimed at the "power users")
EE is a merger of T-Mobile and Orange and the largest mobile network operator in the UK, with around 28 million customers. EE said it expects 4G coverage to be extended across 98 per cent of Britain by the end of 2014. The service, called 4GEE, will go live in ten cities next Tuesday and is expected to be five times faster than 3G.
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