EE to Become the First Network to Launch the Samsung S4 on 4G

        EE to Become the First Network to Launch the Samsung S4 on 4G

  PR Newswire

  HATFIELD, England, March 28, 2013

HATFIELD, England, March 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

If you're looking for a smart, reliable handset with the benefits of a
superfast network, EE could have the answer. They will be the first and only
UK network to launch the new Samsung Galaxy S4 with 4G and will provide
customers with a range of cost-effective 4G data bundles.

As well as fast, efficient connections times and speeds of up to five times
faster than 3G, consumers can enjoy a range of additional services. Those with
a 4GEE payment plan can watch live TV on the move without buffering, play
multiplayer games on the go and download large email attachments - without
having to wait around.

Benefits also include an exclusive EE film package, monthly discounts on EE
Superfast Fibre Broadband, a fast track customer service helpline, 500MB of
storage and plenty of add-ons for those who opt for payment plans from £41 a
month. The sleek, lightweight handset will be available online, via EE
telesales and in EE stores from the 26 ^th April and will also operate through
Orange and T-Mobile's 3G network.

According to Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices for EE, the new
Samsung Galaxy is the perfect addition to the 4G range. He said: "When paired
with our unique superfast 4G network, customers really will be able to make
the most from the powerhouse performance the Samsung Galaxy S4 provides -
utilising its capabilities to the maximum."

Since the 4G network launched last year, it has already been rolled out to 37
town and cities and is set to arrive in 35 more by June - bringing the total
up to 72. The network now covers the homes and businesses of more than 45 per
cent of the UK population and has improved the quality of communication

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