The UK network currently has a SIM-only deal available which offers 50GB of 4G usage for £25 per month.
This plan also includes download speeds of up to 60Mbps and unlimited calls plus texts.
If 50GB sounds too much then there’s also 25GB for £22 per month but at just £3 less it doesn’t offer the same value as that larger plan.
The network is boasting that it can save customers £100 off the Galaxy S10 on a 4GB plan and there’s also a £100 saving to made on the Pixel 3a.
Apple fans can save up to £120 off the iPhone 8 plus there’s a pair of free headphones when purchasing the new Galaxy A80.
These deals have gone live as EE continues to push its new 5G network.
The firm was the first to launch this superfast service in the UK although it has now been joined by Vodafone and Three will enter the fray next month.
To gain access to 5G you’ll need a compatible device with EE currently offering the most choice on handsets.
Vodafone launched its 5G signal with the Galaxy S10 5G and Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 5G but EE is selling the Galaxy S10 5G, OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, OPPO Reno 5G and LG V50 ThinQ with its new 5G plans.
Although Vodafone is beaten on devices it does offer totally unlimited web access which is something EE is yet to announced.
In fact, the biggest 5G data SIM available on EE’s website is capped at 60GB with prices for that bundle costing £47 per month.
There’s currently no word on what data deals Three Mobile will unveil next month but the network has said that, at launch, its technology will be at least two times faster than any other UK provider.
In fact, Three is convinced it will be the only network that can offer a ‘true’ 5G experience.
The firm has revealed a £2 billion infrastructure investment which includes the acquisition of the UK’s leading 5G spectrum portfolio, a world first cloud core network from Nokia, and a super high-capacity smart antenna network.
Three will begin by pushing its 5G signal straight into homes in a bid to shake up the fixed-line broadband market.
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