EE came into being in 2010 when T-Mobile and Orange merged to form Everything Everywhere. The merger enabled mobile phone customers on either network to use both networks, thus giving them a stronger, better mobile data connection in more locations across the UK.
In 2012, the company rebranded as EE and launched a 4G network, which was a first for the UK. 4G was initially only available in 10 cities: Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.
4G from EE now covers 70% of the UK's population and is set to expand into more rural areas.
EE employs around 11,000 customer service and retail employees across the UK, including former Orange and T-Mobile employees.
EE claims its service centre teams have over 86 million conversations with customers every year. Customers can get in touch with EE through its call centres, in-store, or through social media, mostly Twitter and Facebook.
Sign up for a 4G EE mobile broadband deal and you’ll get one of their MiFi units, which lets you connect multiple devices to a wireless mobile broadband network. EE also offers a special in-car MiFi to take on the go.
All EE home broadband customers are provided with a free router, the Bright Box.
EE home broadband subscribers get Norton's premium security software free for one year, including anti-virus and parental controls.
EE broadband customers who are on a pay monthly plan mobile plan with EE also get an additional 5GB for their monthly data allowance.
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