EE has yet again started the year as the leading UK network in independent testing from RootMetrics.
EE has connected 94% of all roads in Great Britain with 4G, which paves the way to 5G in the coming years
EE has always had a bold ambition to cover as much land mass as possible. Now it has announced that 94% of roads in England, Wales and Scotland now have 4G coverage – equating to over 322,000 miles of road.
According to a poll conducted by EE, a third of parents are planning to buy a new phone or connected device for their children – with one in ten parents even doing so for kids as young as six.
EE is now offering a totally unlimited 4G home broadband service, priced at £55 per month on a 18-month contract.
EE has once again top in the RootMetrics network test, an independent company that has ranked EE top for seven years in a row – and now puts EE top for to 5G too.
EE is introducing a new security system to protect its customers from crime, in particular relating to banking fraud.
EE is in the process of updating its mobile broadband plans, including ‘unlimited’ data for the first time.
EE is bringing the world’s first 5G connected PC from Lenovo to the UK later this year, and it looks pretty awesome!
It’s one year today since EE officially launched its 5G network at a lavish launch event held on the River Thames. One year on, EE is now available in 80 cities and towns around the UK (see below). Earlier this week, the network made 5G standard on its smart plans… [Click for more]
EE’s annual tariff revision for 2020 will reflect the continued rollout of 5G, as well as the changes in how users need and use mobile data during the lockdown. One of the key features will be a data reserve to keep users connected even after their data allowance runs out,… [Click for more]
The Government has today issued a press release stating that ministers and bosses from UK mobile phone operators will sign an agreement to build a shared rural network, offering 4G coverage to 95% of the UK landmass by the end of 2025.
So today is when Three finally switched on its 5G network for handset users. Three’s 5G coverage is still very sparse, but that will obviously improve over time. What I wanted to do was see how fast the service is, given Three’s entire marketing campaign is based around superfast data… [Click for more]
You can now order your very own Motorola Razr. The pricing isn’t cheap, but this phone is still incredibly desirable even with Samsung biting its heels with the Galaxy Z Flip.
EE has signed a deal with TfL to bring 4G connectivity to the London Underground from March 2020 as part of a trial that will cover Westminster to Canning Town stations and the tunnels in between. Platforms and tunnels at these stations, served by the Jubilee line, will be covered… [Click for more]
The new Motorola Razr with folding screen: Not the first premium Motorola and certainly not the last
Motorola has brought back the iconic Razr, and this time it has a folding screen that replaces the laser-etched keypad of the original. Exclusive to Verizon in the USA, priced at $1499, and EE in the UK (price not yet announced), it isn’t going to be cheap phone. However, it… [Click for more]
Virgin Mobile drops EE as network provider in favour of Vodafone; offering 5G and unlimited data options
Virgin Mobile users will be switched from EE’s network to that of Vodafone from the end of next year, as part of a five-year deal with Vodafone. Virgin has always used the same mobile network to provide its virtual network operation, since its launch in 1999 on one2one’s network, through… [Click for more]
I’ve been meaning to get out and about to test both EE and Vodafone 5G for a while, but it took a while to get my hands on a Vodafone 5G handset. Now I’m happy to announce that I currently have a phone to play with on both 5G networks…. [Click for more]
Three has offered unlimited data for years, but it wasn’t until Vodafone joined in when launching 5G that EE finally conceded and introduced unlimited data for itself. This leaves O2 as the only main network to join the ever growing club where truly unlimited data, along with unlimited tethering (in… [Click for more]