If you want 4G and a tablet, there are two options freshly-launched by the EE network. But one option isn't quite as clean cut as it initially sounds.The two 4G deals are for the Google Nexus 7 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets. The first of those requires the use of the Huawei E589 Mobile Wi-Fi device to get on the network, which might be one device too many for some. But if the need for a dongle doesn't diminish your enthusiasm, you can get a deal with a choice of 3GB, 5GB or 8GB of data per month over a two-year period. Likewise the Note 10.1.The cost of that, for the Nexus 7 (and dongle) is £50 upfront with 3GB of data, plus a monthly fee of £26. Go for 5GB of data and it costs £30 for the Google tablet and £31 per month. If you see yourself as a heavy user, the 8GB data deal will be £30 for the tablet and £36 monthly.If you want the bigger screen (and don't want to carry around the dongle), perhaps the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a better option. Rated highly in review by us, you can get the 3GB deal for £26 per month, along with £250 for the tablet. For the 5GB deal, it is £200 for the tablet and £31 for the monthly fee. Finally, the 8GB deal is £36 monthly and £100 upfront.