Sponsored: The HTC One M8 speeds onto 4GEE

Hottest phone of the year now available on EE, the UK’s number one network

It's one of the hottest phones of the year, and the HTC One M8 is on EE right now. With an even sleeker aluminium body than its critically-acclaimed predecessor the HTC One, it's also packing an astounding new rear camera that lets you change focus in images you've shot. In short, the HTC One M8 on EE is premium in every sense.

Check out this video to see one of the fastest phones around strutting its stuff on EE.

The superfast EE network is a great way to get the most out of all the power of the HTC One M8. Not only that, but the Shared Plans from EE mean you can use your tablet on the same great 4GEE data plan. To find out more, head over here.

The HTC One M8 isn't just about 4G browsing speed though. Your digital life is simply quicker with Motion Launch tech, which allows you to simply put the phone to your ear to answer a call, access apps with a single swipe or use voice control to dial your contacts. A swift double tap serves to wake your phone up – no more grappling for the power button with the HTC One M8!

Speaking of power, you should check out the HTC One M8's new Boomsound audio system as fast as your ears will let you. Boomsound's front-mounted stereo speakers have dedicated amplifiers to deliver a balanced, powerful sound that brings your favourite music and movies to life.

The HTC One M8 is available now on EE in Metal Grey and Glacial Silver. With HTC's hardware now meeting EE's superfast network, it's the ultimate smartphone.

Head to your nearest retailer for a demo, or click here to see all your options.

Terms and conditions: Account holder authorises all connections on the Shared 4 Plan to incur data charges (including roaming) on their behalf. Charges apply if you cancel any of the connections which make up the Shared Plan. A minimum term on each connection forming part of the Shared Plan applies. Not all minimum terms may expire at the same time. Compatible device required. Other terms apply. Superfast: Average 4G speeds: 12-15Mbps (EE test data, 2013).

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