Everything Everywhere, a merger company between T-Mobile and Orange in the UK has announced the availability of UK’s first 4G Android Tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE, available immediately. 4G network offers higher bandwidth, which generally means faster speed. Android tablet are at the frontline of network technology.
Adding to its catalogue of flagship 4G slabs, EE’s launched its first tablet for its relatively young network. You can read up our thoughts on how the stylus-friendly tablet handled in our review, but the addition of some high-speed data should add another temptation — if you’re willing to pay for it. Prices for the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE start at £99 upfront with 8GB of monthly data at £36 monthly, or you can pick up the 5GB plan (after an initial payment of £200) at £30.99 per month. Choosing the smaller 3GB option will set you back £250 to start with, followed by 24 rounds of £26.
So, if you are in the UK and want a 4G tablet, you can pick one up right now.
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