The Lumia 1020 by Nokia is a premium smartphone. So premium that it has a rather expensive price tag. For the cost you're getting a 41MP camera and the latest innovations running on Windows Phone 8. O2 and Telefonica will be sporting the exclusive 64GB variant, but EE has now got the 32GB version available in black on its website, starting from just £9.99 when taken out with a contract.
The £81 a month covers the most expensive roaming plan, so fear not if you're looking for a basic contract. That said, this is EE, known for its extortionate pricing when it comes to 4G. The actual plan pricing is slightly less, but not by a long shot. The most affordable contract with this device is £26 a month, but you get a whopping 500MB allowance for data.
Yes, you read that correctly. 500MB allowance on a 4G plan, promoted for media streaming and more by the mobile operator. Thank you, Ofcom.
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