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What does our 4G network coverage mean for you?

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From new masts in remote locations, to 4G boosters improving signal, even to new drone technology, we’re going all-out to bring you 4G in more places.

 

We have 4G in more places than any other UK network, helping you to stay connected wherever you are. From sharing seaside selfies to streaming music on your country walk, you can do more whether you’re at home, on holiday or just out and about.

Find out what our 4G network coverage means for you > 

 

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Best on EE: Samsung Galaxy S8

 

Our 4G network also means you can make the most of cutting-edge new devices, like the Samsung Galaxy S8.

 

Get your Samsung Galaxy S8 today >

 

As well as some very impressive features – iris scanner, Infinity Display and facial recognition to name a few – the Galaxy S8 on EE means WiFi Calling, 4G Calling and access to our very fastest 4G+ speeds.

 

 

Bag a takeaway for less with Just Eat

 

If being on the UK’s biggest 4G network wasn’t enough, all EE customers can grab a tasty 25% off at Just Eat before 31 May.

 

Just text EAT to 141 to get your discount code, then order through the Just Eat app to enjoy your favourite takeaway for less.

Learn more about our Just Eat offer > 

 

Remember, our 4G network is all about keeping YOU connected, so if you’ve got any questions or comments don’t hesitate to get in touch below.

 

Tiff

3 REPLIES
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Community Hero

Re: What does our 4G network coverage mean for you?

When are EE going to improve indoor coverage though?

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Established Contributor

Re: What does our 4G network coverage mean for you?

Would like to see band 20 added to all the masts to increase reliability as well as speed. I have myself seen a big positive change recently due to band 20.Keep it up!! Smiley Tongue

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Prodigious Contributor

Re: What does our 4G network coverage mean for you?

Cripes, scraping the barrel of 'spin with no substance' with this and the other post! Smiley LOL

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