The Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE starts at £99 with a two-year plan, which costs £36 per month and includes 8GB of monthly data. Options of 5GB and 3GB are also available for £30.99 and £26 per month, but they increase the initial investment: £200 and £250, respectively.
The Nexus 7 is bundled with a Huawei MiFi dongle, the price starting at £30 monthly if you choose an 8GB or 5GB data plan, or £50 for the 3GB one.
Samsung's big Galaxy Note has the honor of being the first LTE Android tablet to hit the U.K. As far as availability of EE's 4G service goes, the company promises it will be available in 18 towns by the end of 2012, as well as in a further 17 towns and cities by March 2013.
Check out our reviews of the Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Nexus 7, and head on over to EE for the details about this offer.