EE Announces Cheaper LTE Plan, Own-Brand Handset

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UK's operator EE has launched a range of new entry-level 4G pay monthly plans as well as the a low price 4G smartphone. From today, EE customers can choose from a range of 24 month entry-level 4G handset plans which includes the option of a free 4G handset, 500MB of mobile data and an inclusive minutes and texts allowance for £13.99 per month. 

EE will shortly launch a low priced 4G Android smartphone with CAT 4 capability, a 1.2 Ghz quad-core processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon 400), large 4.5” qHD display, and HD Voice compatibility. The new smartphone, named ‘Kestrel’, after the British bird of prey, will be the first in a range of EE own-branded 4G devices. The Kestrel will be available for £99.99 on 4G pay as you go, when it launches at the end of April. The Kestrel will also be available free on 4G price plans of £13.99 per month.

EE has also extended its range of 4G Extra plans as well as unlimited roaming minutes and texts when in Europe – with new options from£21.99. In addition to the new entry 4G plans, EE offers a converged package for all new and upgrading EE 4G pay monthly handset customers, who will see their mobile data allowances increased to 10GB each month for no extra charge when they sign up to EE’s unlimited home broadband service. 

EE also introduces a new range of 4G pay monthly plans for small businesses from £17 per month (ex VAT), ranging up to £35 a month for unlimited calls, texts and 3GB of 4G data.

EE’s 4G network is currently available in 175 towns and cities and reaches over 70% of the UK population.

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