EE 4G service 10-20% more expensive than 3G

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Mobile operator EE has announced the prices for its 4G service, the first of its kind to be commercially available in the UK.

The firm's cheapest contract will be £36 per month with no limit on domestic calls and texts.

EE's chief sales officer Marc Allera told BBC News that customers would pay a premium of between 10-20% for an internet speed improvement of up to 500%.

The 4G service will launch on 30 October.

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