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Everything Everywhere (EE)

 In a nutshell  

Last updated October 2013

Everything Everywhere (EE) is 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 UK cities and is now rolling out across the country. If you move out of 4G coverage, your phone will automatically switch to 3G or GSM.

4G speeds up to 100Mbps are theoretically possible, but in practice, download speeds of 12 - 15 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.

To make use of the 4G network you'll need a 4G LTE-compatible phone, tablet or dongle. EE uses LTE Band 3 (1800 MHz). You can also use a 4G mobile broadband dongle.

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