4G Nexus 7 and Galaxy Note 10.1 available on EE contracts
You'll soon be able to buy Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 or Google's Nexus 7 as part of pay monthly 4G plans on EE
EE will shortly be offering two LTE-enabled tablets with its 4G contract plans. Up for grabs are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Google’s Nexus 7.
Each tablet has a number of price plans available with different data allowances ranging from 3GB to 8GB per month.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 can be had for a £99.99 upfront payment as part of a 24 month plan with payments of £35.99 per month, this includes 8GB of 4G mobile data.
The same 24 month 8GB data allowance plan for the Nexus 7 will cost you £29.99 upfront for the device plus £35.99 per month thereafter.
As usual, a bigger upfront cost will net you lower-priced monthly payments but the lower the data allowance.
At the other end of the scale a 3GB 24 month plan will cost you £25.99 per month and an initial outlay of £249.99 for the Galaxy Note 10.1 or £49.99 for the Nexus 7.
Every one of 4G’s available deals for these tablets includes Wi-Fi hotspot access. All the deals will be available from the weekend of December 15.