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EE Kite available now for 4G mobile Wi-Fi

EE has released the EE Kite, a 4G Wi-Fi dongle to keep you connected on your travels.

The EE Kite is available across all the EE retail channels, whether you’re heading to an EE store or the online alternative.

The Kite is EE’s premium designed 4G Wi-Fi device, which runs on the 4GEE network to offer fast broadband even when you’re on the move.

EE claims the Kite is lightweight and has been specifically designed to fit in your pocket.

It is available on a range of 4G EE plans. It is free on a 24-month 4GEE or 4GEE Extra plan of £15 a month or more.

On a 4GEE plan £15 a month will get you 3GB of 4G data, or 4GEE Extra will get you 15GB of data for £20 per month.

Either that or you can go for the PAYG option, where you’ll need to buy the Kite outright for £69.99.

Of course, if you’ve got a EE Shared Plan already, you could always just add it to that.

EE already has a selection of 4G Wi-Fi dongles to select from, but the Kite is aimed at the those looking for something a bit more premium.

There’s also the EE Osprey, a more rugged option with a bit more colour to it. That is £19.99 on a 10 a month contract, or free on anything £15 a month or more.

You might be sensing the bird theme here, which was started by the own brand EE Kestrel smartphone released earlier this year.

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