by Adrian Diaconescu, 7 months ago
UK’s first 4G LTE network is ready to roll, but before anything, EE has to build a strong line-up of high-end phones to go with the new speeds. That doesn’t seem to be a problem anymore…
Just three days after its launch in the UK, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 finds a new home with Vodafone. While this is good news for those who have been waiting, it may not remain that way when they see the pricing. When compared with O2’s and Three’s pricing at £41 and £34 a month, Vodafone customers will have to pony up £47 a month. The slight price increase may, in fact, frustrate and confuse future adopters.
This plan will get you unlimited talk and text along with 2GB of data. This is certainly more than enough to keep you entertained for the length of your contract. For those free spirits out there who don’t like to get tied down, the device can be picked up off contract for £549.95. However, for those of you who may be on the fence, be sure to check out our review and first impressions.
Additionally, other UK carriers such as Orange and T-Mobile will be able to enjoy the handset starting on October 15, and if that’s not enough, it will also be upgradeable to EE’s 4G network.