EE is the UK’s biggest 4G network with 95% UK population coverage and this is backed up by 99% 3G UK population coverage, giving fast internet access to more customers than ever before. EE is now part of the BT Group and was formed in the merger of the Orange and T-Mobile networks.
The EE network carries more than 150 million calls a day and offers SIM only and monthly mobile phone contracts. Add-ons are available to customers and these can be used to get better value when roaming abroad or calling abroad from the UK.
EE was the first network to introduce 4G to the UK in October of 2012. This progressive network followed this with double speed 4GEE (75% population coverage) and now 4G+, giving ever greater internet browsing speeds.
To ensure even greater connectivity for its customers, WiFi Calling has been introduced. WiFi Calling enables calls to be made and text messages sent from locations where there is no or patchy phone signal.