EE Car WiFi (Buzzard 2) with 6GB data - Price reduced to £49.99 (from £104.99)
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EE Car WiFi (Buzzard 2) with 6GB data - Price reduced to £49.99 (from £104.99)

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Found 20th Feb 2015
EE have recently slashed the price on their newest Car WiFi devices.

"The Buzzard 2 from EE is our new 4GEE WiFi designed to plug directly into your car's dashboard, with an intuitive new lighting system that makes it easier to use. The new look features a brushed metal effect, making it a welcome addition to any car interior - and it also acts as a usb adaptor, so now you can charge your tablet or phone while streaming 4GEE."

Now £49.99 for a device pre-loaded with 6GB data (was £104.99) - Valid 90 days
If you're after more data, the 24GB device is £99.99 - Valid 365 days

Check out more about the device here - gadgetviper.com/ee-…uk/

Great for the kids with iPads for long journeys and won't kill your phone from tethering all the time

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Good for those who travel in EE's 4G areas - so hot from me, especially the 365 day 24gb package - but not enough 4g coverage for me; shame really because it's a good deal

Is this how low we are now as a society? Heaven forbid the brats can't access youtube on their ipads for over half an hour...

agree with above don't let mine use their smart phones in the car and use it as time to engage on that old art of conversation ... All the same still cracking deal fir a year

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CaptainSpaceCat

Is this how low we are now as a society? Heaven forbid the brats can't … Is this how low we are now as a society? Heaven forbid the brats can't access youtube on their ipads for over half an hour...



Don't think it's just for that. Useful if you want to use Google maps or stream Spotify out and about but are tied into a contract with a limited amount of data, as some are. Also a good backup if you commute a lot and want a good backup solution if your main network doesn't have signal.

I don't get it. I just tether from my unlimited 4g, why would I spend 50gbp?

a2tmfk

I don't get it. I just tether from my unlimited 4g, why would I spend … I don't get it. I just tether from my unlimited 4g, why would I spend 50gbp?



It's a dedicated device.
I use a mobile Wi-Fi but I have tethered in the past.

Tethering is handy, but only if you need to use it for 5 mins, it kills my battery and if I get a call it cuts everyone off who is tethered to my phone.

Love my mobile Wi-Fi and if i had kids i would put one of these in my car as i have family in wales that i visit regularly

Fair point on using maps, unless you navigate your journey whilst on wifi. The map is then cached and the phone only uses your GPS signal - at no cost.

Can i use the sim in my iPad?
24GB over a year for £99 seems like a good deal considering buying the SIM on it's own is £119 on most sites....

a2tmfk

I don't get it. I just tether from my unlimited 4g, why would I spend … I don't get it. I just tether from my unlimited 4g, why would I spend 50gbp?

I hope you are not on three with your unlimited data, as I got a letter yesterday saying that they are ending unlimited tethering, I was very annoyed rang them, and they won't budge, It is ending for everyone

24GB for £99.99 is a good deal? That makes my eyes water...

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Happy-Shopper121

Can i use the sim in my iPad? 24GB over a year for £99 seems like a good … Can i use the sim in my iPad? 24GB over a year for £99 seems like a good deal considering buying the SIM on it's own is £119 on most sites....



Good point, and yeah you should be able to as long as the SIM is the same size as for your iPad. EE SIM only 24GB comes in at £120 which makes this deal better

Don't see the point of these devices.. surely you're better off with a 4g router that you can plug in and charge in the car using usb anyway?

If you have a charger then tethering won't kill your battery. probably cheaper to rather than have a seperate contract and having an extra device seems like a waste too imho..

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UZOR

If you have a charger then tethering won't kill your battery. probably … If you have a charger then tethering won't kill your battery. probably cheaper to rather than have a seperate contract and having an extra device seems like a waste too imho..



You can't tether from a different network though. Some people might be on Vodafone or O2 and want a backup solution. EE might have coverage where others don't. Good backup solution if you commute a lot, as I said.
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