by Noormalik96
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Hi,I am using my EE max plan in the USA. Why is my carrier showing T-mobile?

Hi,

 I switched to EE max plan before coming to the USA. I initially wasn’t able to use my data or anything but have access to it now after turning data roaming on but my mobile carrier is showing as T-mobile not EE?? I’m confused as to whether this data I’m using is from my plan or wil I be charged for this on a normal roaming rate. I got a message confirmation upon landing in the USA that my EE Max plan is ready to use. 

 

Does anyone know how it works??

 

many thanks!!

 

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by Brilliant Contributor
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Re: Hi,I am using my EE max plan in the USA. Why is my carrier showing T-mobile?

There is no EE network in the USA.

 

They have roaming agreements. You are connected to the T-Mobile US network.

 

You will be using your MAX allowance.


BrendonH (Android Expert) Samsung Galaxy S10+ (Android 10 Beta)
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by Brilliant Contributor
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Re: Hi,I am using my EE max plan in the USA. Why is my carrier showing T-mobile?

There is no EE network in the USA.

 

They have roaming agreements. You are connected to the T-Mobile US network.

 

You will be using your MAX allowance.


BrendonH (Android Expert) Samsung Galaxy S10+ (Android 10 Beta)
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Re: Hi,I am using my EE max plan in the USA. Why is my carrier showing T-mobile?

Hello there @Noormalik96

 

Thanks for posting on the community.

 

I can see you have had your question answered by @BrendonH

 

Let us know if you need anything further 🙂

by Scholarly Contributor
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Re: Hi,I am using my EE max plan in the USA. Why is my carrier showing T-mobile?

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