EE launches its LTE network in UK on October 30th
EE has named its new service 4GEE, and it will launch commercially stating next Tuesday (October 30). 4GEE stands for the services offered by EE’s LTE network, which will allow the usual calls and texts, plus mobile data speeds of about 8-12Mbps.
The 4GEE service will be initially available in only 10 of UK bigest cities. Still, you would be able to buy it throughout the country nonetheless. Six new cities will be added before Christmas, with plans to cover 98% of the population by the end of 2014.
All LTE smartphone plans include unlimited calls and texts, user simply pick a data allowance of their choosing. The prices of the new plans start from £36/pm (offering up to 500MB traffic) and going north to up to £56/pm (which gets you up to 8GB of traffic). Free BT Wi-Fi access is also included in the plans. Well, there are no unlimited plans just yet, but the offered plans are expensive enough as they are.