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EE's £120 Android tablet is brought to you by the letter Jay

Mobile network EE's new budget tablet costs £120, or as little as £30 upfront.

The EE Jay takes to the skies for £120 or less if you buy it on contract.

Dan Wong/EE

This budget tablet is brought to you by the letters E, E, and J. That's right, it's the new Jay from mobile network EE.

The tablet goes on sale today for £120. Or you can pay as little as £30 upfront if you sign up to a longer or more expensive contract, with a monthly fee that varies depending on your contract. Existing EE customers get a 10 per cent discount on the monthly cost compared to new customers.

The Jay is the latest in the range of wallet-friendly own-brand products from UK mobile network EE. They all have bird-themed names -- like Rook or Kestrel -- which is quite sweet, really.

Inside the 7.85-inch, 4G Jay tablet is a 1GHz quad-core processor running Android 5.1 Lollipop. It has 5-megapixel and 2-megapixel cameras and 16GB of internal memory. And there's space for a memory card.

Buy the Jay this month on selected tariffs and you also get three free months of Now TV, the online portal to watch Sky movies, telly and sport without a satellite dish.