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EE has launched a new 4G Wi-Fi device to provide super-fast in-car connectivity: the Buzzard 2.

Designed to offer entertainment, productivity and navigation services - without the need for an expensive in-built solution - the device costs £79.99 for pay-as-you-go customers.

Consumers buying the Buzzard 2 before January 31st on these terms are eligible to receive 100MB of free data each month.

The in-car Wi-Fi device is also available on a range of 4G pay-monthly mobile broadband deals, which are priced from £10.

On plans costing £15 per month and upwards, the Buzzard 2 is available for free. And from just £8 per month, the device can be added to customers' 4GEE shared plans.

Buzzard 2 can be plugged directly into a car dashboard’s 12v connection, without the need for an adaptor.

An additional USB socket allows further devices to be connected to the power and charged during the journey, with no impact on 4G performance.

Christopher Traggio, Director of Pay-As-You-Go & Connected Products at EE, said high-speed internet connectivity "has become second nature for many families - both inside the home and on the move".

"It can come as a shock on car journeys when the children can’t access their favourite games or TV to entertain themselves," he stated.

"Buzzard 2 creates a powerful 4G Wi-Fi connection without battery drain - providing a great solution for passengers young and old, so they can check their news feeds, stream music, play online games or catch-up on TV in the car."

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