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Consumers in 4G networked areas can now sign up for next-generation dongle and Mi-Fi deals with broadband provider EE.

The telecoms giant - parent company of Orange and T-Mobile's UK arms - is offering a range of different options for super-fast mobile broadband.

In terms of dongles, EE has launched 2GB, 3GB and 5GB plans - allowing customers to choose how much data they would like each month.

The 2GB mobile broadband package is priced at £15.99 per month over an 18-month contract, plus an up-front £49.99 cost for the Huawei E392 dongle.

Consumers seeking 3GB of data pay £20.99 per month plus £29.99 for their USB modem, while 5GB customers - who pay £25.99 per month - receive the dongle for free.

On each of the broadband deals, subscribers receive access to super-fast mobile broadband - with speeds depending on location and the number of users.

If there is no 4G network available at a particular site, the dongle automatically switches back to 3G ensuring continuity of service.

All dongle customers also receive free Wi-Fi minutes at BT wireless broadband hotspots.

EE says the Huawei E392 USB modem is "small and slick enough to slip into your pocket", but capable of downloading "enormous" attachments and downloading data at speed.

Where mobile Wi-Fi deals are concerned, consumers can sign up for a Huawei E589 Mi-Fi device on an 18-month contract.

The 4G Mi-Fi tariffs are the same as the 4G dongles - 2GB of data costs £15.99 per month plus £49.99 up front, 3GB of data costs £20.99 per month plus £29.99, and 5GB costs £25.99 per month with the device included for free.

Mi-Fi subscribers can use their device to create wireless broadband hotspots on the move, enabling them to take full advantage of super-fast connectivity.

The Huawei E589 is able to connect up to five Wi-Fi devices to the internet at any one time, and download "chunky apps, films or emails" on the move.

EE says it is compatible with 95 per cent of Wi-Fi devices on the market, and has a battery life of up to ten hours.

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