The competition is here, so it's perhaps time that EE reconsidered its 4G deals. It has done that - and some.First up, there is now a split-level service. You can opt for 4GEE or 4GEE Extra, the key difference being speed data of up to 30Mbps for the former or up to 60Mbps for the latter. For the standard 30Mbps service, you can get 500MB of data, unlimited texts and 1,000 minutes of talk time from £18.99 a month on a 24-month contract, depending on your choice of phone and upfront cost. It can rise to £44.99 if you want one of the more premium phones on the market.Alternatively, go for 4GEE Extra, with prices starting at £26.99 a month, with 4GB of data, unlimited texts and minutes, plus roaming for calls/texts in the EU, US and Australia, which are taking out of your allowance. All the EE plans come with EE Film (2 for 1 cinema tickets), Clone Phone Lite and the open to use a plan with up to four others via Shared 4GEE. If you don't want the ties, there is also a pay-as-you-go. All pay monthly 4G-ready smartphones will be available as PAYG handsets too, but you'll be paying for what you get, obviously. As a starting point, the Alcatel One Touch Idol S sells for £129.99.After that, you'll be investing in bundles of data and calls. Data starts at £3 for 100MB of data for 30 days, moving up to to £30 for 10GB. On top of that, talk time is £3 for 100 minutes for 30 days, increasing to £10 for 500 minutes. Texts start at £2 for 400 texts or £5 for 3,000 texts.You basically rite your bundle from that, depending on your needs. If you opt for a 4GB bundle or more, you will get EE's faster 60Mbps service where available.For the full details of all of those deals, see your local EE store or the website.