EE has begun selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with 4G LTE connectivity, while the Google Nexus 7 is also available with a 4G-enabled mobile Wi-Fi device
Everything Everywhere has unleashed the UK's first 4G LTE Android tablet in the shape of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
The Galaxy Note 10.1, complete with S-Pen Stylus, is available now with a number of two-year mobile data contracts up for grabs.
Buyers will need to shell out at least £99.99 up front to snare the Android Ice Cream Sandwich device and then a £35.99 a month thereafter for 8GB of mobile data.
There's also a £30.99 a month option, which brings 5GB of data and requires a £199.99 premium on the handset. The cheapest monthly rate, £25.99 a month, only offers 3GB of data and requires a whopping £249.99 down payment for the tablet. All three deals include unlimited Wi-Fi hotspot access.
Just like 4GEE's smartphone contracts the offerings aren't cheap, but they will surely come down when the O2 and T-Mobile alliance begins to face competition from the likes of O2, Three and Vodafone sometime next year.
Contracts start at £29.99 up front for the bundle and £35.99 a month thereafter for 8GB of mobile data.
Earlier this week EE announced its plans to roll-out 4G LTE connectivity in 17 more cities around the UK by March 2013.