EE announces pricing for 4G LTE network as Apple preps revised iPad

by Kenny Hemphill on October 23, 2012

iPhone 5 in Black with EarPodsAccess to EE’s 4G network, which launches on 30 October, will cost from £36/month for consumers, the company announced today.

The basic consumer plan will get you 500MB data per month and unlimited calls and texts. That rises to £41/ month for 1GB of data per month. There are further options for more data, up to £56/ month for 8GB.

Small business plans start at £30/ month ex VAT for 1GB data, 1000 minutes of calls, and 1000 texts. There are further options for unlimited calls and texts and more data, up to £50/ month ex VAT for 16GB data.

All plans include access to BT wifi hotspots and tethering. Sim only plans will cost £15/month less than those which include handsets. You can also choose to reduce the minimum contract term to 12 months, for an extra £10/ month.

The iPhone 5 will be available from EE at launch, with prices starring at £19.99 for the 16GB model on the most expensive tariff, to £379.99 for the 64GB handset on the least expensive plan. Apple is also expected to announce a revised version of the iPad 3 this evening, which is expected to include support, in the 4G LTE models, for EE’s network.

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  • Martina

    Hmm, but what areas in the UK will actually have 4G reception, when even 3G coverage is very patchy in some regions.

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