Alongside a number of other announcements, EE has today revealed the first 4G pay as you go tariffs to be available in the UK, claiming that this will open the market by 40%, the carrier will be supplying tariffs alongside 4G-ready smartphones in order to get more people into the idea of the technology, as a recommendation they will be stocking the Alcatel One Touch Idol S from £129.99.

As with any other PAYG plan, how much you pay depends on how much you use, with data starting at £3 for 100MB of data lasting 30 days, this price can rise as far as £30 for up to 10GB of data.

Talktime also starts at £3 for 30 days of usage, rising to £10 for 500 minutes. Texts are £2 for 400 with a max of 3,000 for £5, all of which at the bare minimum would cost you £8 every 30 days, or for the maximum would cost £45.

Alongside this, EE are also running a promotion for the plans, offering 10GB of data free to every customer signing up for use over 90 days, and until January 31st 2014, they will also be offering 2014 free minutes, which will be spread out across the year at 168 minutes a month.

A pretty decent deal, if you want to pick one up you can do from or from their retail stores from October 30th.

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