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EE has expanded its 4G product range by offering two Android tablets with super-fast mobile broadband services.

The broadband provider has launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE and Google Nexus 7 bundles, giving consumers the chance to get their hands on the devices.

According to EE, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE merges the latest hardware technology with "a range of truly innovative features".

This makes the tablet ideal for web, email, multiplayer games and live TV, the firm said.

"Multi-tasking is made easy with the split screen feature on the large 10.1 inch display and the quad core processor provides fast, seamless performance so users can enjoy the benefits of super-fast 4G," EE stated.

Consumers and businesses can choose between a range of tablet broadband deals, with a 3GB usage allowance priced at £25.99 per month over a two-year contract, plus a one-off £249.99 purchase fee.

New customers seeking 5GB of data per month pay £30.99 per month plus a £199.99 fee, while 8GB subscribers pay £35.99 per month plus a one-off charge of £99.99.

Meanwhile, EE said the Nexus 7 by ASUS is "ideal for anyone looking for a powerful and portable tablet".

"Its slim, portable design packs an immense specification, pairing a powerful quad-core processor with a stunning seven-inch display," the firm stated.

"Available from EE with Huawei’s E589 Mobile Wi-Fi device, when paired, consumers and business customers can access high speed internet on the move with their own personal 4GEE hotspot in tow."

This allows them to work, play and download apps at "blistering speeds", EE added

Again, customers have the choice of a 3GB, 5GB or 8GB tablet broadband bundle.

The entry-level package is priced at £25.99 per month with a £49.99 start-up fee, while 5GB costs £30.99 per month + £29.99 and the 8GB broadband deal is priced at £35.99 per month plus £29.99.

Wi-Fi hotspot access is included with each of the Google Nexus 7 broadband packages.

Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices at EE, said the firm was "pleased" to announce its first Android tablets on the EE brand just in time for Christmas.

"With these new devices, we’re extending the possibilities of what 4G has to offer to an even wider range of users, so they can work or play with greater freedom than ever before," he stated.

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