Following on from its 4G LTE launch in October, O2 has launched LTE mobile broadband packages. The network will be offering two tiers: a pay-as-you-go style top-up system, and more conventional monthly tariffs.
ISPreview reports that O2 will allow customers to top-up £30 to receive 5GB of data that’s good for up to 90 days. Monthly tariffs, meanwhile, cost £15 for 3GB, and £25 for 5GB. Extra data will cost £10 per GB. Still, unused data will accrue from month to month, up to a maximum of 12GB. There aren’t any lengthy commitments either – O2’s mobile broadband plans are month to month.
O2 will be offering two hardware options to go along with the new plans. The first is a basic USB stick from ZTE that will cost £50, while the second – made by Huawei – also acts as a MiFi. The latter option will cost £65 and support Cat 3 speeds up to 100Mbit/s.
The plans are currently live on O2’s website and available to order now.