EE, the Orange-T-Mobile JV formerly known as Everything Everywhere, has announced prices for its 4G LTE services ahead of their launch next week.
The operator will offer a variety of plans, all with unlimited calls and texts, for both retail and enterprise customers.
The 4G mobile service, called 4GEE, will be available to consumers in five plans offering data allowances from 500MB to 8GB that will be priced from £36 per month up to £56 per month.
SIM only plans range from £21 to £36.
All customers will be able to tether or use VoIP services as part of their plan at no extra cost while BT WiFi is also included as part of the deal.
EE’s superfast fibre broadband plans, promising speeds of up to 38 Mbps, start at £15 per month.
Small business customers will have access to data allowances of 1GB, including UK calls and texts, with plans starting from £35 per month (excl. VAT).
Medium-sized, public sector and corporate customers will be offered dedicated 4GEE plans from an extra £3 a month on top of their existing or new package.
Olaf Swantee, EE’s CEO, said: “Our new plans have been developed to offer our customers everything they have been asking for – superfast performance, choice and value – as well as a fresh approach to pricing and customer service that offers accessibility, flexibility and guidance every step of the way.”
The pricing details are accompanied by the launch of EE film, a new service that offers consumers 2 for 1 cinema ticketing, listings, trailers and film downloads or streaming.
4GEE customers will able to download or stream one film per week without impacting their data allowance.
Further films can be downloaded or streamed with prices starting at 79p.
The services includes a Pause & Play feature that allows customers to view the film on any device as well as being able to pause it and pick it up on another device.