Would You Pay £5-a-Month Extra For 4G on Your Phone?

By Sam Gibbs on at

We haven't had any official pricing from EE yet, even though its network officially launches in just 21 days, but according to the Times, EE's 4G tariffs will cost you about £5 more on average than a 3G plan. Sounds reasonable to me, for the speed of 4G.

We'll find out come October 30th, but for now, would you pay about £5 more per month on top of your existing contract to taste the sweet waves of LTE on EE's new 4G network? How much is too much? And would that have to be for unlimited data?