The majority of EE and BT customers will see a rise of 4.5% on their bills from end of March. The rise is made up of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) figure for January which is 0.6% and the 3.9% BT and EE added to their contracts in September 2020.
EE is continuing to offer unlimited data to NHS workers until June 2021, as local lockdowns increase and Covid-19 pressures remain. The offer, originally due to end on 31st January 2021, has now been extended for EE customers into the middle of the Year.
Earlier this year, the United Kingdom left the European Union (EU) and entered a transition phase where things more or less stayed the same. From January, the UK enters a new relationship with the EU which could technically see the re-introduction of roaming charges for travellers to the mainland.
EE has launched a ‘Nice Device’ quiz to help keep kids safe online, as new research shows almost a third (30%) of parents plan to gift their child a mobile phone or connected device this Christmas.
EE has partnered with the Scottish Government and the Home Office to bring 4G to some of Scotland’s most rural locations for the first time. Strathconon, Blairmore and Reawick have been connected to 4G, with a further 32 locations across rural Scotland to follow.
EE has launched a same day in-store device repair service, as new research reveals half of UK consumers would rather buy a new phone than be without their device whilst it’s being repaired. The new service is available to everyone, on any network and includes the option to book appointments in advance to keep waiting time down to a minimum.
EE has launched its first own brand 5GEE WiFi mobile broadband device, supporting the latest WiFi 6 standard for superfast connectivity on the go and will be available on a range of 5G plans.