EE 4GEE Mini Pay Monthly Mobile WiFi £4.99 C&C @ Currys
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EE 4GEE Mini Pay Monthly Mobile WiFi £4.99 C&C @ Currys

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Found 12th AprMade hot 3rd May
SERVICE TERMS
Service provider: EE
Payment method: Rolling contract
Duration: 30 days
Speed: 4G

DEVICE INFORMATION
Model: 4GEE Mini
Device type: Mobile WiFi
Wireless connectivity: WiFi
Wired connectivity: Micro USB

2 years manufacturer's guarantee included.

21 Comments

i would love to know what these things actually do

£4.99 to buy the device, but monthly data payments are more:

Data options - 2 GB for £12 per month
- 4 GB for £18 per month
- 16 GB for £23 per month
- 32 GB for £29 per month

I think these are meant to be sold alongside a pay monthly contract, but I don't know if they'll try and make you buy one when you get to the store or if you can actually buy this no questions asked for £4.99.

If the latter, then this is a bargain at £4.99. Chuck in a preloaded data sim and you've got a handy little mobile data router.

Can you cancel within 30 days and keep it or do you have to give it back? Also are these unlockable?

dogsballs

i would love to know what these things actually do



​They work as an internet hub only using 4G signal (where available) as opposed to plugging into the phone socket. I have used one in my current house where I don't yet have fibre. I was getting a better speed than when I had fibre at a previous house! Advantages are it is portable and you can carry it around with you (provided it is charged) and it doesn't require a telephone line (does require a mobile signal though!). Disadvantages are price (see cost of tariffs above although got the deal a few weeks ago for 14.50 for 32gb a month). Can't connect an ethernet cable. Reliant on mobile signal. I would only recommend if you don't have a decent speed with your home broadband (still need to check your ee coverage!) or travel a lot and want a mobile hotspot

rugbymike

​They work as an internet hub only using 4G signal (where available) as o … ​They work as an internet hub only using 4G signal (where available) as opposed to plugging into the phone socket. I have used one in my current house where I don't yet have fibre. I was getting a better speed than when I had fibre at a previous house! Advantages are it is portable and you can carry it around with you (provided it is charged) and it doesn't require a telephone line (does require a mobile signal though!). Disadvantages are price (see cost of tariffs above although got the deal a few weeks ago for 14.50 for 32gb a month). Can't connect an ethernet cable. Reliant on mobile signal. I would only recommend if you don't have a decent speed with your home broadband (still need to check your ee coverage!) or travel a lot and want a mobile hotspot




You can if you are on an existing ee account and have a high data allowence get a shareable sim for the device

You tube has reviews

I currently pay £20 for 20gb with ID network 30day rolling contract cudnt beat it although I'd like more data runs out often

nice one - just reserved. Hopefully they dont try and force you to buy a sim plan too (as I already have an EE sim card)

Can anyone confirm if they do?

They do make you buy one of the 4 Sim plans listed above. They say the product description clearly states that and the POS system blocks any sale without a pm SIM card
Edited by: "CouchPotatoe" 12th Apr

Could they be unlocked to take any sim? Is there such a thing as an unlimited data sim??

Thanks OP - would be useful to bridge the gap when I bin my current broadband connection and get a new one.

CouchPotatoe

They do make you buy one of the 4 Sim plans listed above. They say the … They do make you buy one of the 4 Sim plans listed above. They say the product description clearly states that and the POS system blocks any sale without a pm SIM card



thought that might be the case. they would be hard pushed to claim that it states this on the website though - cause it dont. probably not worth going to collect it now.

damien29

Could they be unlocked to take any sim? Is there such a thing as an … Could they be unlocked to take any sim? Is there such a thing as an unlimited data sim??



yes, £1 unlock code on ebay.

robbiewahi

Can you cancel within 30 days and keep it or do you have to give it back? … Can you cancel within 30 days and keep it or do you have to give it back? Also are these unlockable?



looks like you can cancel within 14 days ... BUT you would need to take everything (including the router) back to the store you bought it in.

ee.co.uk/hel…ays

I just bought the device from currys for £4.99. You have to sign up to a 30 day rolling contract. Took the cheapest option of £12 a month (2GB data). I also just called EE to cancel the contract - no extra charges. So all in, device cost is £16.99.

when did you cancel how soon after you purchased? and did you keep product

taras

You can if you are on an existing ee account and have a high data … You can if you are on an existing ee account and have a high data allowence get a shareable sim for the device


How so? I've got a 16Gb monthly allowance on EE which I barely scratch.

evilhomeruk

How so? I've got a 16Gb monthly allowance on EE which I barely scratch.


Here is me googling! ee.co.uk/hel…ans

Bought one to use for roaming in Spain with a Spanish SIM. Great stuff.

showing 14.99 for me
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