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EE UK Launch New 4G SIM Only, 4GEE WiFi and 4GEE Tablet Price Plans

Friday, November 4th, 2016 (12:58 pm) - Score 2,145

Mobile operator EE (BT) has today unveiled a new range of 4G (4GEE) SIM-Only, 4GEE WiFi and 4GEE Tablet price plans, which are apparently “designed to offer customers increased choice and flexibility” in how they access the network. But some of the changes also reflect a small price increase.

The new 12 month SIM-Only 4GEE Essential plans provide access to 4G speeds of up to 20Mbps from as little as £9.99. Meanwhile the new 4GEE plans also offer unlimited UK minutes and texts, better data allowances and 4G speeds “that are as fast as fibre broadband” (up to 60Mbps). Customers also receive unlimited minutes, texts and 500MB of data a month for use abroad in the EU.

Finally, there’s the 4GEE MAX plans that combine the largest data bundles as well as the fastest 4G speeds possible, and inclusive access to the BTSport app for the duration of the plan. This plan also allow customers to use their call, text and data allowance to “roam like home” when abroad in the EU.

  4GEE Essential plans
Price per month £9.99 £12.99 £14.99
Data 250MB 500MB 1GB
Download speeds Up to 20Mbps Up to 20Mbps Up to 20Mbps
Minutes 250 minutes 500 minutes 1,000 minutes
Texts Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
EU roaming allowance No No No
  4GEE plans
Price per month £17.99 £21.99 £25.99 £34.99
Data 2GB 5GB 8GB 20GB
Download speeds Up to 60Mbps Up to 60Mbps Up to 60Mbps Up to 60Mbps
Minutes Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Texts Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
EU roaming allowance 500MB of data (unlimited minutes & texts) 500MB of data (unlimited minutes & texts) 500MB of data (unlimited minutes & texts) 500MB of data (unlimited minutes & texts)
  4GEE Max plans
Price per month £19.99 £22.99 £26.99 £30.99 £39.99
Data 2GB 4GB 7GB 12GB 30GB
Download speeds Fastest 4G Speeds Fastest 4G Speeds Fastest 4G Speeds Fastest 4G Speeds Fastest 4G Speeds
Minutes Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Texts Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
EU roam like home** Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BT Sport Inclusive app access for length of plan Inclusive app access for length of plan Inclusive app access for length of plan Inclusive app access for length of plan Inclusive app access for length of plan

4GEE Wi-Fi & 4GEE Tablet Plans

EE has also introduced a new three-tiered range of 4GEE WiFi and 4GEE Tablet (Mobile Broadband) plans.

4GEE Essential plans
Price per month £12 £18
Data 2GB 4GB
Download speeds Up to 20Mbps Up to 20Mbps
4GEE plan
Price per month £23
Data 16GB
Download speeds Up to 60Mbps
EU roaming allowance 500MB of data
4GEE Max plans
Price per month £29 £61
Data 32GB 64GB
Download speeds Fastest 4G Speeds Fastest 4G Speeds
EU roam like home** Yes Yes

Full details of the Tablet plans can be found on EE’s website and we won’t post them here as they’re linked to different bundled device / tablet options.

* European countries covered by 4GEE and 4GEE Max roaming include: Andorra, Austria, Azores, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canary Islands (Spain), Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, French Guiana (France), Germany, Gibraltar (UK), Greece, Guadeloupe (France), Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Luxembourg, Madeira (Portugal), Malta, Martinique (France), Norway, Poland, Portugal, Reunion Islands (France), Romania, Saint Barthélemy (France), Saint Martin (France), San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Vatican City (Italy)

** Subject to fair usage for 15GB per month.

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14 Responses
  1. adslmax Real says:

    EU roam like home** (where to find these ** note?)

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      Bottom of the article.

  2. DTMark says:

    I’m almost tempted. Would save us a fair amount of money.

    I’ve never gone down the contract route with EE as while the tech works, the website spends a fair amount of time broken and the customer service is non-existent.

    There’s no way I’d commit to even a 12 month contract with them. Just too gloriously inept, serial idiocy. It’s asking for trouble.

    There’s a 30 day option though..

    1. DTMark says:

      Mark (ISPR), can I ask.. where did you find the 64GB / £61 plan.. it’s not on the site.

      http://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-data

      Maybe the page is just awaiting a refresh but the others seem to be there.

    2. Mark Jackson says:

      I’ve already asked EE this question as we spotted that too. Will let you know when they reply.

    3. Mark Jackson says:

      They told me it’s on the website. When you select the 4GEE WiFi device it will take you to a new page. Mid-way through that page, you should see ‘Select your Pay Monthly plan’, and two boxes underneath – one marked 4GEE Essentials & 4GEE Plans, the other 4GEE Max Plans. If you select 4GEE Max plans, the £61 64GB plan will be listed in in the bottom of the pricing table.

      http://shop.ee.co.uk/dongles/pay-monthly-mobile-broadband/4gee-wifi/details#choosePlanAnchor

  3. dragoneast says:

    I have been an Orange (then EE) mobile contract customer since 1996. I’ve never had any trouble with them. Yes the website can be set out a bit strange, but with a bit of patience and intelligence I’ve always been able to figure it out. (And without that basic juvenile level of ability, should anyone be trying to deal with technology anyway?) I’ve used their customer service over the phone and it’s been fine too. But it’s hardly ever been necessary.

    But everyone has a different perception. EE can’t always be blamed for that, though.

  4. TWKND says:

    Wow, £9.99 for 250MB would get you 4GB on Three at the moment, plus unlimited everything else.

    1. adslmax Real says:

      yeah very true the other offer seem far better than tight git EE

      http://www.simonlycontracts.co.uk/networks/three/

  5. Dragon says:

    Hmm there is now a 100gb 4G home broadband option but not cheap at £75 that said if you get decent 4g reception and the alternative is slow dsl…

    1. DTMark says:

      Having had a look at the bank account, last month we spent £210 on 7 top-ups for 70GB. Though I did rebuild my PC and had to download a lot, plus we were watching Mr. Robot.

      So I’ve gone ahead and ordered this. To put it in context – getting the speeds it delivers (30 to 50 down, 40 to 50 up) via fixed line would be a lot more than £210 per month.

      If we were right next to the cabinet I’d put up with 76/19 but we’re not 🙁

      Though it’s more that fixed line is expensive, than that 4G is cheap. Relatively..

    2. DTMark says:

      .. and it’s here now.

      Just put the SIM card in to the Huawei hub (supplied), plug it in, and straightaway 39 down 10 up without connecting the external antenna, with it inside on my desk, and the window shut.

      Will experiment with the antenna later (it has sockets for those) as that’s what boosts, in particular, the upstream.

      Instant “superfast broadband”.

  6. john says:

    Right – 64GB for that stupid price?

    Three do ALL you can eat with unlimited mins and SMS for £26 – I’ve done more than 64GB in a month with them and I get 70-80mbps all the time.

    1. Onephat says:

      Maybe but you can’t tether 64gb a month with Three, well not without breaking the terms and conditions anyway

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