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EE will launch fourth-generation iPad and iPad mini broadband deals in the coming weeks, it has been announced.

The firm - parent company of Orange and T-Mobile in the UK - launched 4G services across 11 cities this week, enabling it to offer super-fast mobile broadband.

EE says it will offer the iPads with a range of attractive data plans that will allow customers to connect to its network.

Speeds will be typically five times faster than those offered by 3G networks at present, the company claimed.

Orange and T-Mobile will also offer the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad on fast HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA networks.

EE noted that iPad mini is a completely new design - 23 per cent thinner and 53 per cent lighter than the third-generation iPad.

It features a 7.9-inch display, Apple-designed dual-core A5 chip, ultra-fast wireless performance and ten hours of battery life.

Meanwhile, the fourth-generation iPad has a 9.7-inch Retina display, Apple-designed A6X chip with fast performance, a new FaceTime HD camera and faster Wi-Fi performance.

Both iPad mini and the fourth-generation iPad come with iOS 6, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, EE stated.

This offers more than 200 new features, allowing tablet users to make the most of their mobile broadband deal.

"4G mobile broadband means you can get super-fast mobile broadband when you are on the go," said EE.

"[You] don't have to wait until you are at home to do things like stream HD movies on your laptop, download big documents on the way to work or play online action games like Call of Duty in multi-player mode."

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