EE recently became the first UK network to switch on its 5G signal.
This radical update allows customers to access the web at superfast speeds which can exceed 300Mbps.
At that rate, you can easily stream 4K video without buffering or download a full HD movie in under two minutes.
5G is available now in six UK cities including London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester with more areas being added over the coming months.
Along with turning this service on, EE has now revealed a range of smartphones that will be compatible with 5G.
From today, customers wanting to use this new technology can purchase a number of handsets including the Galaxy S10 5G, OPPO Reno 5G and LG V50 ThinQ with 5G.
These devices join the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G in EE’s lineup.
Speaking about the update, Sharon Meadows, EE Director of Devices, Partnerships & Business Development, EE said: “We are the only network to offer 5G right across the UK as well as the widest range of 5G handsets.
“When you combine these with the great flexible swappable benefits we offer customers, as well as our new service packs, providing a lifetime handset guarantee and annual MOT – EE really is the number one destination for those wanting the best UK smartphone experience”.
EE says that all 5G smartphone customers will not only get access to faster speeds, but also at least two Swappable Benefits from a choice of five – including the BT Sport App HD HDR access for the best possible video quality, Gamer’s Data Pass, Music Data Pass, EE Video Data Pass, and Roam Further Pass – which they can swap in or out anytime they want.
Customers taking the 120GB plan will get three swappables, worth up to £33.99 per month.
Here’s how much each new phone on contract costs.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G – 5GEE price plans starting from £69 and is just £10 upfront on a £79 a month 30GB plan.
OPPO Reno 5G – 5GEE price plans starting from £54 and is just £50 upfront on a £64 a month 30GB plan.
LG V50 ThinQ with 5G – 5GEE price plans starting from £69 and is just £50 upfront on a £79 a month 30GB plan.
Although EE is first to launch 5G it’s not the only network that is supplying this update.
Vodafone will release its new signal to customers in July and Three and O2 are expected to announce more news on their service in the coming months.