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EE 4G Broadband

 In a nutshell  

Last updated October 2013

Everything Everywhere (EE) offers the first 4G mobile network in the UK.



Formed by the merger of T-Mobile UK and Orange UK and owned jointly by Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom, Everything Everywhere Limited is the UK's biggest communications company.

EE's 4G service launched in 11 cities - London, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow and Southampton - on 30 October 2012. As of October 2013, the network covers 117 UK towns and cities with coverage of 70% of the population planned by the end of 2013.

4G speeds up to 100Mbps are theoretically possible, but in practice, download speeds of 8 - 10 Mbps are expected. Typical upload speeds are 5-6 Mbps. That's still a lot faster than typical 3G speeds. This extra speed will enable more use of the mobile web, especially video streaming.

Tariffs start at £12.99 per month for 1GB of data.

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These tariffs include the free use of any BT Wi-Fi hotpots. As an introductory offer, you can also download a film every week until February 2013 and get 2 for 1 cinema tickets every Wednesday.

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