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EE is to launch pay-as-you-go (PAYG) 4G mobile broadband on July 17th, it has been announced.

The service provider said it is introducing the new payment option to make it as "simple and easy as possible" for consumers to access super-fast mobile broadband.

According to EE, the new option is for customers who want the convenience of super-fast speeds on tablets or laptops without a monthly contract.

"Customers can choose from a variety of great value data allowances," EE stated.

The firm's 4G PAYG mobile broadband deals will be priced from £15, for which consumers receive a data SIM preloaded with 2GB of mobile data for 30 days.

The same 2GB allowance will be available on an Alcatel L800 dongle for £50, or Alcatel Y800 Mobile Wi-Fi for £70.

Customers will also be able to top up their data on any PAYG plan from just £3 for 500MB, up to a maximum of £30 for 10GB.

"When a customer’s data allowance runs out, they will be directed to an EE page in their web browser so that they can top up," EE stated.

"A range of data add-ons are available so customers can choose how much data they need or how much they want to spend, meaning they are always in control."

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