EE launches SIM-only 4G contracts
Posted on 20 Nov 2012 at 12:22, by Tom Morgan
Everything Everywhere has finally launched its SIM-only 4G contracts, almost a month after launching its handset plans. Customers will get unlimited calls and texts no matter which contract they choose, but data caps will vary.
Starting at £21 a month for a meagre 500MB of data, most users will probably want to look to the £26 a month 1GB plan - with EE's 4G download speeds you could easily burn through that limit with some video streaming through BBC iPlayer or Netflix.
More heavy users have the choice between 3GB of data per month for £31, or 5GB for £36. There's currently no 8GB SIM-only option, so anyone needing that much data will have to get a handset contract instead. All four contracts are for twelve months and will save £15 a month over the cost of a bundled handset plan, but will require an LTE-compatible handset from the likes of HTC, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei or Apple.
All EE contracts quality for EE Film, the movie download service that won't eat into your data caps. As EE was formed out of Orange, customers will also get 2-for-1 cinema tickets.
Currently available over the phone or online at Everything Everywhere, customers should be able to pick up a SIM in-store "very shortly" according to EE.
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