EE


EE manage the EE, T-Mobile and Orange brands, supplying to over 27 million consumers, considered the best network and providing the best service in the UK.

In October 2012, the company was the first network operating digital communications business in Britain to offer not 4G, but superfast 4G mobile services, together with fibre broadband.


It presented the details of its 4G rollout on 11 September 2012 at the Science Museum in London.  the companies 4G coverage today reaches more than 80% of the UK population. 2G coverage reaches 99% of the population while 3G reaches 98%.



At the moment, it’s the biggest, fastest, most reliable mobile network and the most superior digital communications business in Britain, providing mobile and fixed communications products and services to consumers, businesses, government and the wholesale marketplace. Across its mobile, fixed and wholesale businesses, it supplies to over 30 million customers.



The company runs the UK's biggest mobile network, pioneering the UK's first superfast 4G mobile service, that’s double 4G speeds.  Superfast fibre broadband service covers 54% of the UK population, and ADSL broadband service covers 98.7% of the population. In terms of 4G services in Europe It’s the largest operator by far.



In the last few years, the company has received widespread independent recognition as well as the Fastest Network at the 2013 uSwitch Awards, Best network at the 2014 Mobile News Awards, Best Network at What Mobile Awards 2013, and Best Network for Business at the 2013 Mobile Industry awards.


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History - Origins of EE

On 8 September 2009 Deutsche Telekom and France Télécom (now Orange S.A.) declared strategies to merge their respective UK businesses, that was cleared to go ahead by the European Commission on 1 March 2010.



The formation of the company was made known as completed on the 1st of April 2010. And then On 11 May 2010 the name Everything Everywhere was declared. On the same day the company confirmed that, at no additional cost to the customer, roaming....



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......across both networks would be made possible later in that year, in essence letting Orange mobile users to make use of T-Mobile's 2G signal and vice versa.  This is how EE for one, come to be the network with the largest network coverage in the UK