Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE costs £1123 on EE
Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 LTE on Everything Everywhere will set you back a staggering £1123 over 24 months
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE will cost you £355 more than the non-LTE version over a 24 month contract.
On EE's £41-per month contract, which gives you 1GB data a month, the Note 2 LTE costs £139.99 upfront. This makes the overall contract cost a staggering £1123.
EE doesn't offer anything less than unlimited minutes and texts on its tariffs.
Sure, you only get 100 texts a month compared to the unlimited on EE and calls are capped at 6000 minutes a month, but the total cost is £768 over the two year contract.
Even on a comparable deal (unlimited minutes and texts, 1GB data), you can snap the Galaxy Note 2 up on O2 for a total contract price of £864 - £259 less than EE's offering.
That tariff offers the phone for free, but with a monthly cost of £36 per month.
We understand that people may be clawing to get their hands on EE's 4G network, after all, it does provide lightning fast speeds on data, as we found out in our benchmarks, but we would rather pay less for a limited number of calls and texts, with 1GB data rather than extortionate amounts for voice and texting services we may never use.