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EE is giving consumers the chance to get their hands on a cut-price tablet with 100MB of free data each month.

The broadband provider is offering the Alcatel ONE TOUCH Pop 7S - which it claims to be the UK's lowest-price 4G tablet - for a one-off fee of £99.99.

Every device sold before the end of January will come with 100MB of data each month, giving customers the chance to browse the web, network and stream TV content.

"There’s no top-up required and absolutely no other catches, just a bit of extra data to use when and wherever customers need it most," EE states.

Additional data is also available should customers require it - starting from £3 for EE 4G pay-as-you-go (PAYG) tablet users.

EE describes the Alcatel ONE TOUCH Pop 7S as being a "thin and light tablet".

It has a 7” screen, a front and rear camera, a quad core processor, 8GB hard drive and MicroSD slot. The tablet also comes with three colourful back covers at no extra cost.

Christopher Traggio, Director of PAYG at EE, said the Christmas sales have come early this year for those shopping for a new tablet.

"With the most affordable 4G tablet in the UK, plus free data each and every month on the UK’s biggest and fastest network, we’re helping customers purchase a gift that will keep on giving, long after the festive season is over," he stated.

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