EE

A quick heads-up for anyone in the UK thinking of signing up with EE — the carrier's wide range of new contract and Pay As You Go plans are now live. Announced a couple of weeks back, EE's new range of services lets customers get hold of 4G LTE data without signing a monthly contract, while also giving mobile broadband subscribers the option of higher data allowances. EE's new tiered approach to data speeds means there are also cheaper contract deals available for those who don't need more than 30Mbps.

EE's new PAYG and contract plans are fairly complex, so check out our original report, linked below, for a full rundown of what's new.

More: New EE 4G LTE plan details

Source: EE

 

Reader comments

New EE price plans go live today

8 Comments

Yes i agree, i have been thinking of upgrading my tmobile full monty account to one of the EE tariffs when the new nexus 5 comes out, but i dont want to pay anymore than i currently do, i pay 37 a month and that gets me unlimited internet, now while i like unlimited internet, i can accept a tier of 10gb, but to get that i have to pay 50, which i am not willing to pay.

Stick to the unlimited data because the 3g speeds are pretty decent anyways. You're not going to feel much of a difference with 4g so you've got a good thing going there.

You may as well get 3UK/Three's deal at £15 for unlimited data at speeds as good LTE.

Also, in the future they have stated that all contracts will transfer to LTE with the same terms and price.

EE and the others are joking with the price for bragging rights.

Posted via Android Central App

i'd be happy with 1 Mbps. 30 is a dream. and i'm 30 miles south of Glasgow and 10 miles east of Ayr.

I am using Android for more than 6 months. My opinion is "Android OS is new version of DLL hell of VB 6.0". Worst OS.... I am moving to iOS...