EE has increased the data allowances on a number of its subscription mobile broadband deals, it has been reported.
The broadband provider - which launched 4G services in the 1,800MHz frequency band at the end of October - is making more data available to super-fast mobile broadband users.
As revealed by SlashGear, EE has increased the data cap on its lower, mid and higher-tier dongle deals.
Consumers can now sign up for a 3GB mobile broadband deal for £15.99 per month - having previously only received 2GB of data.
They are still required to pay an up-front fee of £49.99 for a Huawei E392 mobile broadband stick, but can take advantage of inclusive wireless broadband minutes to be used at any Wi-Fi hotspot.
For £20.99, EE subscribers now receive 5GB of data as opposed to 3GB, plus free Wi-Fi.
With this mobile broadband deal, customers are required to pay £29.99 up front for their dongle.
The £25.99 mobile broadband tariff now offers 8GB of data per month, plus free Wi-Fi minutes and a free Huawei E392 mobile broadband stick.
According to EE, the dongle allows users to plug in to super-fast broadband on the move and download "enormous attachments".
The USB modem automatically switches back to the 3G network when the user is out of 4G range, ensuring there is no disruption of service.
EE says the dongle is "small and slick enough to slip into your pocket".