EE 4G tariff to be released tomorrow after ‘leak’ locked down
The prices for EE’s eagerly anticipated 4G tariffs were leaked online earlier today from a source claiming that they will come in a tiered plan.
The leak which appeared on Stuff has now been removed with the following Tweeted explanation: “Our EE story (now unpublished) was an anonymous tip-off – always a bit flaky. EE called and said our facts were wrong”
This is always a risk you take when you receive leaks and unverified information – sometimes the tips are good and sometimes you have to have a load of salt ready.
The shadowy source claimed that adding some 4G spice would mean having spend an extra £5 per month on top of your regular 3G tariff. Business users get a £2 discount.
The other information which EE states as being incorrect is that 4G users will have a choice of data plan which ranges through 1GB, 8GB, 16GB and a whopping 128GB of data a month!
That 128GB package will probably hit you for a wallett wrecking £160 per month!
But that’s all academic now as it is said to be wrong.
Thankfully, all will be cleared up tomorrow as EE is getting ready to announce its 4G tariffs tomorrow, after sending a tweet to a follower on Twitter saying “the tariff information should be available by the 23rd October.”
EE’s 4G launch devices have already been announced. You’ll be able to select from the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, HTC One XL, Huawei Ascend P1 LTE and iPhone 5, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE and Nokia Lumia 920 following in a few weeks after.