While we in North America might be spoiled and may take LTE network technology for granted, residents in the UK are just ushering in the high speed networks.
Everything Everywhere (EE) launched the first LTE network in the United Kingdom in October 2012 and recently released the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 as the first LTE tablet.
Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices, EE said: “We’re pleased to be announcing our first Android tablets on the EE brand just in time for Christmas.”
He adds: “With these new devices, we’re extending the possibilities of what 4G has to offer to an even wider range of users, so they can work or play with greater freedom than ever before.”
UK residents will be shelling out £249.99 ($406 USD) upfront with a £25.99 ($42 USD) monthly fee for a 3GB monthly data plan.
A 5GB plan costs £199.99 ($325 USD) upfront plus £30.99 ($50 USD) a month and the 8GB monthly data plan goes for £99.99 ($162.50 USD) on a 2-year contract plus £35.99 ($58.50 USD) per month. All plans include WiFi hotspot access.