EE runs on it's own network
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EE Network Features
5G Network Yes
5th generation network. Max data speed of 10 or 20 Gb/s.
4G Network Yes
4th generation network. Max data speed of 1 Gbps (1000 Mb/s).
3G Network Yes
3rd generation network. Max data speed of 42 Mbps.
2G Network Yes
2nd generation network. Max data speed of 0.3 Mb per second.
WiFi Calling Yes
Use Wi-Fi for mobile phone calls and texts when no network signal.
4G Calling (VoLTE) Yes
Voice over LTE (4G Calling) makes clearer HD calls over 4G networks.
Data Rollover No
Unused mobile data allowance rolled over from one month to the next.
Tethering Allowed Yes
Tethering allows you to share your mobile internet with other devices.
e-SIMs are digital virtual SIM cards downloaded onto supported mobile handsets.
EE Frequency Bands
This is a list of radio frequency bands available to EE on their own network. You can check which radio frequencies are compatible with your mobile phone device by referring to the technical specifications of your particular handset model.
|Network||5G (NR)||4G (LTE)||3G (UMTS)||2G (GSM)|
|EE||3500 MHz||800 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz||2100 MHz||1800 MHz|
EE (formerly Everything Everywhere) currently has the biggest network coverage in the UK, covering over 99% of the UK population with their mobile network infrastructure. EE Mobile introduced the first 4G network to the United Kingdom in October 2012 and launched the first UK 5G network in May 2019.
EE consistently ranks as the fastest mobile network operator in the UK, according to various independent speed tests. Its 5G network has the highest average download speeds and lowest latency, while its 4G network also delivers fast internet speeds.
Along with providing mobile telecommunication services to consumers and small to medium sized businesses, EE also offers home and business broadband using mobile and fixed line connections.
The EE company was formed in 2010 as a fifty-fifty joint venture between Deutsche Telekom and Orange S.A. (previously France Télécom) through the merger of their respective T-Mobile and Orange mobile businesses in the UK.
In 2020, EE was acquired by BT Group, and it now operates as a subsidiary of the British Telecom Group.