EE adds Android tablets to their range

EE adds Android tablets to their range

EE today have introduced the first Android tablets to their range of devices accompanying the iPad and iPad mini.


As of today, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE or Google Nexus 7 by ASUS bundle (paired with Huawei E589 Mobile Wi-Fi)

Price details are included in the press release below.

First the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE. If you go got the 8GB package then you’ll pay £99.99 up-front for the Note 10.1 and then £35.99 per month. You can notch down to the 5GB package and pay £199.99 up-front and £30.99 per month or perhaps go for the 3GB per month allowance and pay £249.99 up-front with a £25.99 per month charge. All packages here are 24 months.

EE adds Android tablets to their range

The Google Nexus 7 monthly costs are the same on the Nexus 7 of course (£35.99 for the 8GB package per month, £30.99 for the 5GB package per month and £25.99 for the 3GB package per month), but you’ll be paying £29.99 up-front for both the 8GB and 5GB package with a charge of £59.99 for the 3GB package.

EE adds Android tablets to their range

If you’re looking for more information on the Nexus 7, have a look at our Nexus 7 group reviews.

*14th December. London.* EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, today announced the expansion of its 4G product range with two Android tablets offering customers new ways to enjoy superfast 4G on the move. This weekend, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and a Google Nexus 7 bundle (paired with Huawei’s E589 Mobile Wi-Fi) will be available to consumers and business customers through select EE retail stores, online
and via EE telesales.****

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*Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE *

The Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE merges the latest hardware technology with a range of truly innovative features that make it ideal for web, email, multiplayer games and live TV. The innovative S-Pen and optimised apps allow users to express their creative side like never before. Multi -tasking is made easy with the split screen feature on the large 10.1” display and the quad core processor provides fast, seamless performance so users can enjoy the benefits of superfast 4GEE. ****

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A range of superfast 4GEE plans make it easy for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE users to pair their tablet with a data package that suits them:****

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*4GEE 8GB *****

*4GEE 5GB*****

*4GEE 3GB*****

*Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE (one off fee)*

£99.99**

£199.99****

£249.99****

*Monthly plan (24 months)*

£35.99pm****

£30.99pm****

£25.99pm****

*Wi-fi hotspot access*

Included****

Included****

Included****

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*Nexus 7 Bundle *

The Nexus 7 by ASUS is ideal for anyone looking for a powerful and portable tablet that fits neatly in your hand. Its slim, portable design packs an immense specification, pairing a powerful quad-core processor with a stunning seven-inch display. Available from EE with Huawei’s E589 Mobile WiFi device, when paired, consumers and business customers can access high speed internet on the move [i] with their own
personal 4GEE hotspot in tow – allowing them to work, play and download apps at blistering speeds. ****

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The Nexus 7 by ASUS Bundle will be available on 4GEE Mobile Broadband plans starting at £25.99/pm:****

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*4GEE 8GB *****

*4GEE 5GB*****

*4GEE 3GB*****

*Nexus 7 & Huawei mobile wifi (one off fee)*

£29.99**

£29.99****

£49.99****

*Monthly plan (24 months)*

£35.99pm****

£30.99pm****

£25.99pm****

*Wi-fi hotspot access*

Included****

Included****

Included****

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*4GEE – superfast performance and more*

EE’s superfast 4G network offers a revolutionary mobile internet experience, delivering speeds typically five times faster than 3G[ii].

The power of 4G enables tablet users to push the limits of their devices even further, allowing them to download, stream and browse the content they want to even quick than before. In addition to superfast speeds, EE tablet customers will also benefit from:****

Are you going to buy one? You can get them from EE online or through their telesales.

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