EE is to launch two new 4G Wi-Fi devices next month, in a bid to increase the options available to its broadband subscribers.
The Osprey 2 and Osprey 2 Mini - the upgraded version of EE's Wi-Fi devices - will be available to EE customers from early May.
According to EE, the Osprey 2 provides customers with a 4G mobile broadband hotspot, allowing up to ten devices to connect to the internet at any one time.
The broadband provider says the device offers "exceptional battery life", with users able to stream content for 15 hours uninterrupted.
EE noted that the Osprey 2 also acts as a portable battery pack, meaning customers can be confident of never running out of power on their tablet or phone when on the move.
The Osprey 2 Mini - a compact version of the Osprey - is designed to fit into the smallest of pockets.
It can be personalised with one of three coloured ‘bumpers’ that come with the device.
From next month, the Osprey 2 will be available free on pay monthly plans from £15 per month, including 3GB of data, or £69.99 on pay-as-you-go, including 6GB data.
Customers seeking an Osprey 2 Mini can get a free device on plans from £15 per month, including 3GB of data, or pay £49.99 on pay-as-you-go including 6GB data.
Pippa Dunn, Chief Marketing Officer at EE, said customer take-up of its existing EE-branded products has been "phenomenal" to date.
She said adoption rates had encouraged EE to update its offering and take "another big step forward" with the new super-fast devices.