We're just one week away now from EE's 4G LTE network officially going live, and we've finally been given the all-important info of what the jump to superfast 4G networking will cost you.
The cheapest deal will set you back £36 a month over 24 months for 500MB of data, with the handset itself coming in extra. EE reckons its 4G tariffs are 10-20% higher than the equivalent 3G deal.
You get unlimited calls and texts as standard across the board, with the tariff prices differing solely on the amount of bundled data you get as standard. The entry-level £36 gives you 500MB, while there are also £41 (1GB), £46 (3GB), £51 (5GB) and £56 (8GB) options for the more data-hungry.
Then you'll have to factor in a one-off up-front charge for your choice of 4G handset – unless, that is, you go for the Huawei Ascend P1, which comes free on contracts of £41 per month or more.
Unsurprisingly, the iPhone 5 is the priciest handset on offer, with even the 16GB variant priced at £179.99 up front on the cheapest deal up to £19.99 on the top-tier £56 option.
If 24 months is too long for you, you can opt for just a 12-month deal for an extra £10 per month on those rates, while SIM-only deals will kick in from November 9 starting at £21 per month.
EE is also allowing T-Mobile and Orange customers who have taken out a new contract on any non-4G version of the available handsets over the past six months to upgrade to a 4G-ready device for a one-off £100 charge.
Along with its core tariffs and handset costs, EE has also announced a number of add-on services, including EE Films, which replicates the Orange Wednesdays 2-for-1 cinema tickets deal but expands it to also cover movie rentals and downloads, with prices starting at 79p.
Then there's Clone Phone, which protects your movies, music, contacts, photos and the like from being lost should you misplace your 4G handset.
Lastly, EE has also detailed its 4G mobile broadband offering: £15.99 a month gets you 2GB, while 3GB costs £20.99 and 5GB £25.99.