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Announced by EE shortly before the holidays, the HTC One SV is now available on the British 4G LTE carrier, with on-contract prices starting at £36 per month. That'll get you unlimited calls and texts, and 500MB of data per month. If you're after a more generous data allowance -- and on LTE, you really should be -- the alternatives include 1GB at £41 per month, 3GB for £46, 5GB for £51 or 8GB for £56.

As the only LTE carrier in the UK, EE's prices are considerably higher than the 3G competition, although the One SV does have the advantage of being free on all the network's price plans, whereas the higher-end One XL demands an up-front fee of between £30 and £150.

We've just reviewed the One SV on Cricket in the U.S., and found it to be an exquisitely-designed little device, albeit one packing mid-range hardware and lacking the latest version of Android. That means you'll have to make do with Ice Cream Sandwich for the foreseeable future if you pick up a One SV.

More info on pricing can be found over at EE's site, linked below. Also be sure to check out our full review for additional details on the phone itself.

More: EE.co.uk

 
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HTC One SV now available from EE in the UK

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That's still a high premium being charged for 4g, glad I'm using the nexus 4 / three networks sim only combination.

A mid range ICS device 58 quid for 8 g Versus Nexus 4 from the play store.(I know I was lucky) on 3 HSDPA41 for 15 quid . Similar internet speeds. Doesn't add up!