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Established in 2010, EE (also known as Everything Everywhere) is a result of the merger of the Orange and T-Mobile networks.This made EE the largest mobile network in the UK, with more than 28 million customers.
EE has made available a series of self-branded mobile phones with the purpose of offering extreme value or specific tailoring to services that the EE network has to offer. The most popular of these handset ranges includes the EE Eagle, Harrier (available in standard, mini or tablet sizing), Robin and Rook. At launch, the EE Rook made the headlines by being the UK’s lowest priced 4G phone.
EE branded smartphones have excellent coverage, gained by using the existing infrastructure of the T-Mobile and Orange networks. The 4G network is 50% faster than any other, according to Speedtest by Ookla, including O2, Three and Vodafone.
95% 4G UK population coverage with 80% double-speed-4G coverage is backed up by a 98% 3G UK population coverage. At the end of January 2016, EE became part of the BT Group.