UK wireless carrier EE has announced that it is now offering two new tablets to consumers as of today. The new tablets include the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and the Google Nexus 7. The Google tablet comes paired with a Huawei E589 mobile Wi-Fi dongle allowing it to access the Internet on the go.
The Galaxy Note tablet includes the S-Pen and has a 10.1-inch display. The tablet is available on three different plans with varying subsidies. The tablet with 8 GB of monthly data allotment is available for £99.99 on contract for 24 months at £35.99 monthly. If you opt for the tablet with the 5 GB monthly plan, you will pay £199.99 and £30.99 monthly.
The 3 GB monthly data allotment plan will cost £25.99 monthly with £249.99 upfront for the tablet. All of those plans include Wi-Fi hotspot access. The Nexus 7 bundle for 8 GB of data will cost £29.99 upfront and £35.99 per month. The tablet bundle with 5 GB of data will cost the same £29.99 upfront with monthly access costing £30.99.
The final plan will give you 3 GB of data with the tablet bundled costing £49.99 upfront and £25.99 monthly for the service. All of those plans for the Nexus 7 tablet are on 24-month contracts and include Wi-Fi hotspot access. Currently the EE 4G service that these tablets operate on is available in 18 towns and cities with more coming by the end of the year. EE expects to cover 17 additional UK towns and cities by March of 2013.