EE UK launched its 5G network at the end of May and complimented it with an exclusive OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. It's now expanding its range of 5G phones though, by adding the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, the Oppo Reno 5G and the LG V50 ThinQ 5G.
Three of those come with 256GB storage, while the LG V50 ThinQ 5G makes do with 128GB. As compensation of sorts, the LG smartphone comes with a complimentary LG Dual Screen accessory.
You can get any of those phones on a 5G plan ranging from £54 to £79 and that will give you a different monthly allowance of gigabytes as well as a different up front cost for the phone. Refer to the source link below for detailed pricing.
All four phones are listed as in stock and should be dispatched within 1 day of your purchase.
I wouldn't hold your breath. Anything to with the Whitehouse.
Sorry to burst your bubble. orange is no longer in the UK. Its only in France. And has been for many years. And as a EE customer for 8 years cant fault the service. And in case your interest the original post is about all about EE 5G nothing to do wi...
why? because qualcomm chipset is much better in any way!