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EE switches on “world’s fastest” 4G in London

EE has announced that it has enabled its "4G+" network in central London - which should mean faster 4G for a select few users, with speeds apparently up to 150Mbps. The new technology, which is also known as "LTE-Advanced" works by aggregating together the various frequencies on which 4G can operate - meaning that your…

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James O'MalleyEE switches on “world’s fastest” 4G in London
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EE announce TV service and set-top-box

EE has today announced a new TV service that will take on the likes of YouView and BT TV - marrying up a Freeview box with streaming functions. The new box is entering a crowded market - there's already a tonne of different TV service providers, but EE is promising some interesting unique features. First…

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EE finds increasingly tenuous ways to promote its 4G roll-out

4G has been around for about a couple of years now, but despite being commonplace in most big cities and towns EE still insists on issuing press-releases to announce each batch of new towns. Today, the company has announced that 18 more towns are now covered. The towns in question are Abingdon, Ashton-In-Makerfield, Brownhills, Corringham,…

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James O'MalleyEE finds increasingly tenuous ways to promote its 4G roll-out
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EE lights up Wembley to showcase super fast network

Last night, EE and Wembley transformed the iconic arch with a unique light show, to mark their aim to make Wembley the most connected stadium in the world. As the next stage of EE’s partnership deal, new technology is being rolled out to provide all visitors access to consistently fast speeds on their mobile devices.…

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Phones 4u goes into administration. Are EE and Vodafone to blame?

  Sad news for the 5,596 people who work for retail chain Phones 4u. Or anyone who has pre-ordered an iPhone 6 for that matter who will now probably not get their handset. The company went into administration last night and will not open its doors today.The reason, it seems, is because the mobile phone…

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EE launches £1/week PAYG data

EE has launched a new Pay-As-You-Go tariff for customers wanting to get some 4G data - with the companying offering 100mb of data for just £1 a week. The new tariffs can be seen in the graphic below: it appears they might make a good replacement for users not wanting to make the commitment of…

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James O'MalleyEE launches £1/week PAYG data
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EE customers get 4G roaming in 14 new countries

EE has announced that customers going on holiday can look forward to 4G roaming speeds in 16 countries from tomorrow - up from just two before. The countries that are getting the 4G roaming boost are Canada, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, UAE, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland - joining France and…

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James O'MalleyEE customers get 4G roaming in 14 new countries
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EE to customers: Pay 50p to skip ahead in the queue

EE is apparently planning to introduce a "queue jumping" charge to customers looking for speedy support. Hmm. According to the BBC when you call up for customer support, you'll be offered the chance to pay 50p to skip the queue and get your problem sorted immediately. Apparently the service has been tested for a week…

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James O'MalleyEE to customers: Pay 50p to skip ahead in the queue