The launch of 5G has been much anticipated for a while now. EE widely is recognised to be a trailblazer in this next generation of mobile communications – this month they were the first in the UK to trial 5G internet. With further trials in store and plans to launch 5G properly next year, we take a look at what EE have been up to and what we can expect from them in the coming year.Continue reading “EE Leads the Way with 5G”
EE has set its sights on delivering a 4G service to 95% of the UK by 2020. There are also plans in place to get rid of overseas call centres and setting them up on these shores in an effort to bolster its customer service experience.Continue reading “EE Looking to Deliver Larger 4G Coverage & Greater Customer Support”
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has given BT Group approval to complete its £12.5 billion takeover of mobile phone giant EE. The proposal and impending completion will merge the UK’s largest fixed line and mobile network providers.
BT currently has a 37.6% slice of UK home landline industry and will add EE’s 33.8% mobile share to its stake, bringing the 35 million customers of each company together. This will most likely result in the BT/EE merger becoming the dominant superpower in the telecommunications market.Continue reading “BT given Green Light to Complete EE Takeover”