EE, the UK's largest mobile network, is giving new and existing pay monthly customers six months of free access to all BT Sport channels and content via its app on iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices.
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EE has taken a swing at rival mobile network, Three, by getting one of its adverts banned in the UK, and then proceeding to mock the network on Twitter, by making fun of its advertising campaign.
After seeing profit rise by 15% to £3.03bn, BT has announced that it is working on increasing maximum speeds from 76Mbps to 300Mbps, potentially rising to 500Mbps. This is subject to Ofcom approval.
EE is currently offering a 12-month plan with 16GB of 4G data, including tethering, and unlimited minutes and texts for £19.99 a month, down from £34.99 - and existing customers could pay just £16.49.
After agreeing terms to buy EE last February, BT's acquisition of the UK's largest carrier is now complete, creating a quad-play giant in fixed-line telephony, broadband, mobile and TV services.
The Lumia 550 has only been available in the UK for six weeks, but it's picked up plenty of discounts in that time - and in this latest deal, you can grab it for just £49.99 with a new £10 SIM.
BT, the UK's largest provider of fixed-line telephony and broadband, is set to acquire EE, the country's biggest mobile network, after the deal was cleared by the Competition and Markets Authority.
EE and O2, two of the UK's largest mobile carriers, have acknowledged network issues that have left some customers unable to make or receive calls today - but the cause is not yet clear.
EE has announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Olaf Swantee, will be stepping down when the carrier's acquisition by BT Group is complete - a deal that is still awaiting final regulatory approval.
EE is recalling all of its free Power Bar mobile chargers, after several overheating incidents, including one in which a woman suffered burns when the battery 'exploded', causing a fire in her home.
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The UK's largest mobile network and leading 4G provider, EE, has announced the Rook, a low-cost Android 5.1 handset which the carrier claims is the country's most affordable 4G smartphone ever.
The UK's largest mobile network is offering 100GB of free 4G data per month, for two months, when you get its free Limited Edition pay-as-you-go SIM, and top it up with a £10 Data Pack.
EE says that it's now Europe's biggest 4G network, after reaching 10 million 4G customers - and it also says that the amount of data carried by its network will triple to one exabyte per year by 2018.
EE, the UK's largest mobile operator, has today launched the Lumia 640 with an exclusive on the cyan variant of the handset, which supports Wi-Fi calling on EE's mobile network.
EE has today unveiled four new own-brand products with two smartphones offering the most affordable access to Wi-Fi Calling and two 4G WiFi modems that allow you to share data amongst several devices.
Do you run out of charge on your mobile device all too often and wish you had a portable power pack? If you're on EE, you're in luck as the company's free Power Bar promotion begins today in the UK.
EE has switched on Wi-Fi calling for any of its customers using an iPhone, ahead of the planned launch alongside the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge when Samsung's new handsets launch this Friday.
Microsoft's entry-level Windows Phone, the Lumia 435, is now available from EE for just £24.99 with a £20 pay-as-you-go top-up, offering a 4-inch display, front and rear cameras, 1GB RAM and more.
EE is offering a free 2600mAh charger to all active customers on its network, inviting them to use it to charge their phones, then swap it out for a fully charged one in its stores whenever needed.
BT has rolled out three new SIM-only mobile plans, offering up to 20GB of data with unlimited calls for £25 a month. Its mobile services will run on the EE network, which the company is trying to buy.
Telefónica has agreed to sell O2 UK to Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three - subject to regulatory approval - in a £10.25bn deal, creating a 'super-carrier' with more customers than any other in the UK.
Brits whose phones were stolen have been liable for huge call charges racked up by thieves, with some bills as high as £23,000 - but five carriers have now agreed to limit customer liability to £100.
Samsung's new flagship smartphones are now available to pre-order in the UK, with SIM-free prices starting at £599.99 for the Galaxy S6 32GB, and £760.00 for the 64GB Galaxy S6 Edge.
Pre-orders will open on Samsung's new flagship smartphones in the UK later this week, with deliveries commencing on April 10 - or a day earlier, if you order from Samsung directly.
EE announced the death of its 2-for-1 cinema tickets deal back in December. Its replacement launches on March 30: a £1 movie rental each week from Wuaki.tv (app not available on Windows Phone).
The UK's largest mobile network is now selling the Lumia 930 for just under £200 - not brand new, but in 'good as new' condition, including a full manufacturer's warranty and 500MB of free 4G data.
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While BT is set to finalize its £12.5bn deal to acquire EE by mid-2016, Vodafone executive Colao has already voiced concerns regarding the acquisition, which he claims will restrict competition.
BT has officially announced that they are buying EE, the UK's largest 4G operator, for $19 billion paid out in cash and stock. The deal is expected to go through by early next year.
Two of the most enduring brands in the UK mobile market are being phased out from today, as EE is killing off T-Mobile and Orange to focus on selling its 4G services to new and existing customers.
Just a few weeks after BT confirmed that it is in talks to acquire EE, the parent company of Three is said to be considering a £9bn bid to take over O2 from Spanish communications giant Telefónica.
EE has slashed prices on two of its 4G Windows Phones, including Microsoft's Lumia 735 'selfie phone', which is now available for £129.99 off-contract - but you'll have to buy a £20 PAYG top-up too.
UK telecoms giant BT is in exclusive talks to buy the country's largest mobile carrier group, EE, in a deal worth around £12.5bn, which would include EE's current owners taking a 16% stake in BT.
EE is ending its long-running Orange Wednesdays cinema tickets offer - as well as the 2-for-1 Pizza Express Wednesdays deal - but says it is "working on new customer entertainment rewards".
After Vodafone began the trend earlier this month, EE has now started to roll out LTE-A technology, marketed as 4G+. This will allow users on compatible handsets to reach higher speeds online.
EE has introduced a tablet with integrated 4G LTE connectivity from £99.99 on pay-as-you-go, and is currently offering 100MB of free data every month to those buying a PAYG 4G tablet, phone or SIM.
The UK's largest 4G network, EE, has relaunched its SIM-only plans, with more affordable options now starting at £9.99 a month, and more data included on each plan, with up to 10GB available.
After introducing a new option for customers to pay £0.50 to jump the queue on the phone to its call centres, EE is facing backlash from its customers, who are already displeased with its service.
EE is asking customers to pay £0.50 to get their calls answered more quickly on its 150 customer service line, and is now charging £0.25 for all customer service calls for those on its SIM-only plans.
EE probably has the best deal for the Nokia Lumia 930 right now off-contract. It can be yours for £349.99 (plus £10 PAYG top-up), and you'll also be able to claim up to £130 worth of goodies.
EE is looking to expand its coverage in the UK and is starting pilot programs to test new ways of getting better service to its customers. Among those, EE is testing Wi-Fi calling and Voice over LTE.
EE is reportedly considering a withdrawal of its business from retailers including Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u, to focus on direct sales, as part of a 'review of its distribution strategy'.
To celebrate the rapid growth of its 4G network, EE will be offering free "4G-powered 'superfast' donkey rides" this weekend, with each donkey packing a WiFi mobile hotspot in its saddle.
LG launched its latest flagship smartphone, the G3, in London last week but a major retail outlet and carrier have confirmed that they won't be stocking the smartphone believed to be a "tough sell."
It seems that it may only be a matter of time before the T-Mobile and Orange brands disappear from the UK, as EE has terminated sales for the two 3G carriers via their respective websites.
EE has launched its first own-brand handset - the £99.99 Kestrel, which includes support for the carrier's 4G LTE network - as it introduces cheaper price plans, now from as little as £13.99 a month.
UK-based wireless provider EE is turning on a super-fast 4G service in East London's Tech City today that will offer download speeds of up to 300Mbps, with plans to expand the service in 2014.