EE Mobile Broadband
- 4G network with choice of two data speeds
- Download and stream movies using EE Film without using your data allowance
- Wi-Fi access on London Underground via Virgin Media
- EE's standard terms mean monthly price plan costs will be increased by RPI in March of each year
Best selling deals from EE:
Pay monthly deals
|4GEE WiFi Mini 64GB|
|60Mb max speed||24 months||£61 per month|
|4GEE WiFi Mini 32GB|
|offer ends: 31 Dec||60Mb max speed||24 months||£24 £29 after 24 months|
|£20 Amazon gift card and £5 off monthly price (voucher auto added at basket)|
|iPad Mini 4 64GB|
|60Mb max speed||24 months||£39.50 per month|
|iPad Pro 9.7 inch 32GB|
|60Mb max speed||24 months||£45.45 £50.50 after 24 months|
Who are EE?
EE is the newest kid on the mobile broadband block, sort of. This joint venture from T-Mobile and Orange originally began as Everything Everywhere when the two mobile giants decided to join forces, but in late 2012 it was re-branded as EE for the roll-out of 4G. Now, rather than just a name EE is a network all by itself, while T-Mobile and Orange have been retired.
This is an exciting proposition as 4G can provide speeds in excess of 20Mb so our little dongles can potentially give faster connectivity than a home broadband service. That's great news for anyone still stuck on an old 8Mb ADSL line.
You do need to make sure you're in a 4G area, however. The EE 4G network is expanding rapidly but they're currently focused on the UK's major towns and cities so huge swathes of the country are still without 4G. Even then the signal may not cover the entire city, and if 4G isn't available the dongle will drop back to 3G when possible.