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EE has launched the Kite, its own-brand 4G Wi-Fi device.

Lightweight and easy-to-carry, the pocket-sized device is designed to take advantage of EE's double-speed 4G network.

It offers super-fast connectivity on the move, ensuring consumers and businesspeople can always establish a speedy internet connection for their laptops, tablets and smartphones.

Available across all EE retain channels, the Kite can be bought on a pay-monthly or pay-as-you-go (PAYG) basis.

The device comes free on 24-month 4GEE and 4GEE Extra plans of £15 and over. Alternatively, the Kite can be bought by PAYG users for a one-off fee of £69.99.

EE now offers super-fast 4G broadband in 250 towns and cities across the UK, covering 73 per cent of the population.

The service provider is aiming to achieve 90 per cent 4G coverage by the end of 2014.

Double-speed 4G has launched in 20 cities across the UK, including Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Derby, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Nottingham and Sheffield.

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