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  • Superfast 4G tariffs and handsets from EE
  • Largest 3G network in the UK, covering 98% of the country
  • Network infrastructure also includes Orange and T-Mobile networks

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Editor
Rating
OS
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CPU +
Memory
Storage
4G
NFC
 
1
One
HTC
One
  • black
  • silver
  • red
  • gold
9.3Out of 10
Our score
4.70" 4.0MP 1.7GHz
2GB
  • 32GB
  • 64GB
Yes
Yes
From £29.99
with FREE handset
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2
Galaxy S4
Samsung
Galaxy S4
  • black
  • white
  • blue
  • red
9.2Out of 10
Our score
5.00" 13.0MP 1.6GHz
2GB
  • 16GB
Yes
Yes
From £23.99
with FREE handset
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3
Galaxy S5
Samsung
Galaxy S5
  • black
  • white
  • gold
  • blue
9Out of 10
Our score
5.10" 16.0MP 2.5GHz
2GB
  • 16GB
  • 32GB
Yes
Yes
From £37.99
with FREE handset
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4
One M8
HTC
One M8
  • silver
  • gold
9Out of 10
Our score
5.00" 4.0MP 2.3GHz
2GB
  • 16GB
  • 32GB
Yes
Yes
From £37.99
with FREE handset
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5
iPhone 5S
Apple
iPhone 5S
  • silver
  • grey
  • gold
9Out of 10
Our score
4.00" 8.0MP 1.7GHz
1GB
  • 16GB
Yes
No
From £37.99
with FREE handset
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iPhone 4S
Apple
iPhone 4S
  • white
  • black
9Out of 10
Our score
3.50" 8.0MP 1GHz
512MB
  • 16GB
  • 32GB
  • 64GB
No
No
From £23.99
with FREE handset
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7
G2
LG
G2
  • black
  • white
8.9Out of 10
Our score
5.20" 13.0MP 2.3GHz
2GB
  • 16GB
Yes
Yes
From £23.99
with FREE handset
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iPhone 5C
Apple
iPhone 5C
  • white
  • pink
  • yellow
  • blue
  • green
8.9Out of 10
Our score
4.00" 8.0MP 1.3GHz
1GB
  • 16GB
Yes
No
From £23.99
with FREE handset
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9
Xperia Z
Sony
Xperia Z
  • black
  • white
  • purple
8.9Out of 10
Our score
5.00" 13.1MP 1.5GHz
2GB
  • 16GB
Yes
Yes
From £18.99
with FREE handset
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10
Galaxy Note 2
Samsung
Galaxy Note 2
  • grey
  • white
8.9Out of 10
Our score
5.55" 8.0MP 1.6GHz
2GB
  • 16GB
  • 32GB
  • 64GB
No
Yes
From £34.99
with FREE handset
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EE
3G
12 months

Free

EE
Sim Only
£9.99
regular rental
£9.99
500
minutes
a month
500
texts
a month
100MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
12 months

Free

EE
Sim Only
£9.99
regular rental
£9.99
500
minutes
a month
500
texts
a month
100MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
12 months

Free

EE
Sim Only
£11.99
regular rental
£11.99
1000
minutes
a month
unlimited
texts
a month
250MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
12 months

Free

EE
Sim Only
£11.99
regular rental
£11.99
1000
minutes
a month
unlimited
texts
a month
250MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
30 days

Free

EE
Sim Only
£12.99
regular rental
£12.99
500
minutes
a month
500
texts
a month
100MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
30 days

Free

EE
Sim Only
£12.99
regular rental
£12.99
500
minutes
a month
500
texts
a month
100MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
12 months

Free

EE
Sim Only
£13.99
regular rental
£13.99
1000
minutes
a month
unlimited
texts
a month
500MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
12 months

Free

EE
Sim Only
£13.99
regular rental
£13.99
1000
minutes
a month
unlimited
texts
a month
500MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
30 days

Free

EE
Sim Only
£14.99
regular rental
£14.99
1000
minutes
a month
unlimited
texts
a month
250MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE
3G
30 days

Free

EE
Sim Only
£14.99
regular rental
£14.99
1000
minutes
a month
unlimited
texts
a month
250MB
data
per month
See deal Mobiles.co.uk

EE news

About EE

EE is most well-known for being the first UK network to offer 4G - high speed mobile broadband capable of much the same speeds as some home broadband packages. However, there's more to the network than that - not least of which is that it also operates the Orange and T-Mobile brands. That's why, if you're an existing Orange or T-Mobile customer, you should see EE where the network name appears on your mobile phone. EE has 700 retail stores in the UK and some 28 million mobile customers.

History of EE

Orange was founded in 1993 by Hutchison Telecom, while the same year saw the arrival of Mercury One2One - a service that would later become part of Deutsche Telecom's T-Mobile business.

Their merger was cleared by the European Commission in March 2010 and completed the following month, and the Everything Everywhere name was announced that May. EE said that it planned to keep the Orange and T-Mobile brands separate, although it would share coverage so that Orange customers could use T-Mobile's masts and vice-versa.

Network sharing began in October 2011, although in Northern Ireland the T-Mobile brand was retired in April 2012. EE was given the green light to launch a 4G/LTE service by telecoms watchdog Ofcom in August, much to the annoyance of EE's rivals who believed it to be unfair. Its 4G service launched in various UK cities in late October 2012.

EE Facts

  • Different network operators use different 4G frequencies. That means that some devices that can use EE's 4G network may not be able to connect to its rivals?. An iPhone 5, for example, will be able to use 4G from EE, but not necessarily from other networks (the iPhone 5S and 5C do not have this limitation, however). All handsets you can get from EE support 4G, but if you want to use your own device, you should check it's compatible first.

EE Awards

  • RootScore® Awards for Combined Performance 2013 tests in Leicester, Nottingham, Belfast, Birmingham, Coventry, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bristol, London, Newcastle, Hull, Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.

EE Mobile Tariffs & Plans

EE plans are 4G-only: it currently sells 3G contracts via its Orange and T-Mobile subsidiaries.

A range of monthly contracts, sim only and pay as you go deals are available. Compare your options with our comparison service to see all the available options.

With 4G front and centre, many people will be tempted to use mobile internet more and more. However, monthly usage limits can be pretty tight with EE, particularly on the cheaper packages - the lowest cost plan only gives you 500MB of mobile data per month, for example.

Data plans with more generous data limits are available, but expect to pay upwards of £57 a month for these options.

EE Mobile Coverage in UK

    Merging two very large networks means that Everything Everywhere has widespread 3G coverage, although some coverage black spots remain so it's important to use its coverage checker before signing up for any contract.

    Its 4G service is more limited, although expanding rapidly. It covers more than 160 towns across the UK, so you're more likely to get it in urban areas than the countryside. However, as it was the first to launch, EE has a much wider 4G network than rival networks, so if you want fast mobile internet, it may be your only option.

EE Customer Support

EE offers a wide choice of online support options via its website, including FAQs and live chat. If you'd rather speak to a person, you can dial 150 from your phone to get through to customer support.

EE Contact details

Customer Services EE 6 Camberwell Way Sunderland Tyne and Wear SR3 3XN

From your EE phone DIAL 150 07953 966 250 from landlines or other mobiles or +447953 966 250 from abroad (call charges may vary)

Customer Services Telephone

From your EE phone DIAL 150 07953 966 250 from landlines or other mobiles or +447953 966 250 from abroad (call charges may vary)