UK Mobile Coverage

EE Coverage

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About EE

EE (which stands for Everything Everywhere) are currently the largest mobile phone network in the UK, based on total number of subscribers. The company was formed when Orange and T-Mobile merged back in 2010, and so have inherited many of the subscribers of both of the those networks. EE is owned by Deutsche Telekom and Orange S.A. and has around 28 million customers (as of 2016). The network also offers a TV service through their own set-top boxes, as well as fixed-line broadband and mobile payments. EE also provide the network infrastructure for many MVNOs in the UK, including Asda Mobile and Virgin Mobile.

How up-to-date is this EE coverage information?

This page was last updated in October 2016. The actual phone coverage maps are kept up-to-date by the respective phone companies.

Mobile Coverage News

  • EE Calls for Greater Clarity in UK - Monday 28th November 2016
    EE has called upon rival mobile phone networks to provide "greater clarity" on the issue of signal coverage.
  • MPs Urge Mobile Roaming Within the UK - Tuesday 1st November 2016
    Mobile phone companies must allow customers to move between networks in parts of the UK, where reception is poor, a group of MPs has been told.
  • Rest of UK Lags Behind London in 4G - Sunday 9th October 2016
    The rest of the UK lags behind London in terms of access to data services over 4G, according to a report from the OpenSignal and Which?

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