Those who crave for some 4G LTE speed in the UK have probably been keeping their eyes on EE and its promise to launch the service on October 30. Well, that day is here, and right on schedule – the high-speed Internet service has gone live in 10 cities across the country.
Aside from turning on its 4G network for its mobile subscribers, EE is rolling out its fixed-line fiber broadband service for homes and offices as well. In addition to all that, customers can also gain access to EE's digital content.
If you don’t already have a 4G-capable device, you can choose from a wide range of Android devices that EE has to offer, such as the Samsung Galaxy S3, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the Huawei Ascend P1, and the HTC One XL. EE also offers non-Android LTE-ready smartphones like the Nokia Lumia 920, the Nokia Lumia 820, and the iPhone 5.
If you’re wondering how much EE is charging for its 4G service, we’ve covered that rather extensively right here. In short, the data plan starts from £36 per month for a 500MB data allowance, and it goes all the way up to £56 for 8GB.
The launch was preceded by the redesigning of all T-Mobile UK and Orange UK brick-and-mortar stores. EE said that the 4G LTE network will come to an additional six cities before the end of the year. By 2014, EE is hoping to have covered 98% of the population with its 4G LTE network.
Anyone tried out EE's 4G LTE service yet?