After a leak revealed their pricing which turned out to be fake, EE have finally decided to reveal how much they will be charging for thief UK-based 4G service, which will start at £36 a month.
The service will launch on October 30th 2012, and will offer unlimited calls and texts within the following packages.
- £36 for 500MB a month
- £41 for 1GB a month
- £46 for 3GB a month
- £51 for 5GB a month
- £56 for 8GB a month
All of these contacts will last 24 months and you will have to pay for the device you choose to use alongside it, but you will be able to get phones like the Huawei Ascend P1 LTE for free alongside the plan, starting at £41 a month.
You will also be able to pick up other handsets such as the HTC One XL, Samsung Galaxy S III and Note II at an extra cost, the SIII will be £46 a month with 3GBs of 4G data, and the iPhone 5 16GB will cost £49.99 one-off with a £46 a month contract with the same data plan.
What do you think? Will you be switching to EE or waiting for other networks to provide the 4G service? Let us know in the c