EE is the UK’s largest 4G mobile network. 99% of the UK’s population is covered by their network. Find out more on EE’s tariff offerings.

EEEE (previously known as Everything Everywhere) is the UK’s largest 4G mobile network. Originally formed in 2010 from the merger of Orange and T-Mobile, the combined company launched a 4G mobile service in October 2012. Since its launch, EE has grown to provide 99% population coverage on 2G, 3G and 4G. As of 2018, EE has 31 million subscribers.

In 2016, EE was acquired was BT. It now sits within the BT Group portfolio alongside BT Mobile and Plusnet Mobile.

EE offers a range of Pay Monthly and Pay As You Go plans. In this section, you can read more about EE’s tariff offerings.

EE Coverage & Network Review: 4G & 5G Coverage Map & Speeds

EE offers 99% population coverage and 90% geographical coverage. Find out about EE's 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G coverage and how to check coverage in your area.

EE Smart vs EE Essential Plans: Key Features & Swappable Benefits

EE offers two types of Pay Monthly price plan: EE Smart and EE Essential. Find out how the two plans compare and how you can use 'swappable benefits'.

EE Unlimited Data Plans: No Download Limits From £34/Month

EE is now offering an unlimited data plan, from £34/month with 4G coverage and from £44/month with 5G coverage.

EE Pay As You Go Review: 30-Day Pack Bundles With 4G & Free Boosts

EE offers three types of bundle on Pay As You Go: Everything Packs, Data Packs and Talk Packs. Bundles start from £1 per week and include a quarterly free boost.

EE Flex Plans Review: EE SIM Cards With No Contract & Credit Check

On EE Flex, you'll get a SIM card from £10/month with no contract & no credit check. You'll also benefit from triple data for the first 6 months.

Your Comments 12 so far

We'd love to hear your thoughts and any questions you may have. So far, we've received 12 comments from readers. You can add your own comment here.

  • If i send off for the new Christmas 100gb free sim card will i be able to keep my number and my hip monthly pay as you go pack,As i get the £25 mouthly pack for £15 for life,I would like to know if i will be able to keep my present monthly pay as you go pack witch is the £25 pack that i get for £15 each month for life & will i be able to keep my number or could i change my number & still keep my vip £15 pay as you go monthly package,Yours truly David Ryan.

    • Hi David,
      Many thanks for your comment. I’m not aware that EE is currently offering any 100GB SIM card offers – could you point me in the direction of where this offer can be found?

      • David Ryan replied:

        I’ve been looking on th EE website and there’s an offer for a Christmas sim with 100gb of data free it’s a limited sim offer,I hope I’ve been of help yours truly David Ryan.

        • Hi David,
          Thanks for the reply! I know EE used to run this promotion back in 2015, but am not aware of it being run again since then. If there’s still an active offer out there, I would certainly appreciate a hyperlink and will try to advise you further.

  • I’ve been with EE (and formerly T-Mobile) since 2006 and can honestly say, I haven’t had a problem other than a small cock-up with a bill once, but that was quickly put right AND I was given £20 in compensation, without asking!

    I never have a problem with coverage and am always able to use the internet at a minimum of 3G speeds (mostly 4G since my area was converted a couple of years ago).

    I always recommend EE to my friends and would have no problem in doing so to anyone else.

  • Please be very very careful when signing up to a “shared” plan. I signed up to one with EE and expressly told them that I did not want my monthly bills to exceed £30. My last 2 bills have been in excess of £60 and the reason they gave was that they had given me this “free” sim to share my data. This “free” sim was costing me £9.99 a month plus vat and inwasntbeven using it.

    I tried to cancel and was told that since I had signed up for the data sim my 12 month contract had now infact been changed to a 24 month contract but no one has bothered to tell me!

    I am going to report them to the ombudsman for mis-selling!

    • Literally. I had this for 2 years!! and apparently for x2 additional sims that A. I never received and B. certainly never agreed to pay an additional £20 a month for.

      Fuming. I have been a customer for 10 years and was told on the phone sorry there is nothing we can do. Miss selling at its finest. AVOID EE they’re rip off artists.

  • The ee company is absolute disgrace, customer service is very poor.
    I’ve been with t mobile for over 4 years. As my upgrade was due I wanted to switch to ee on sim only contract.
    Made deal with sales department over the phone, confirmed it 3 times to make sure I’ve got the right deal for my money and after I got new sim I found out I’ve been lied to.
    Missold plan with half of the minutes and data, basically complete different deal.outrageous
    When called customer service the weren’t willing to amend it, refusing to admit the mistake. Told them they will sell any kind of plan to fool ya
    Really dissapointed with the company, no one even appologised for misselling me wrong plan, no alternative was offered so took my PAC code and going somwhere else, never coming back. Avoid Habib from sales dept

  • When you say Ipad mini = £26 are you saying that you also get a brand new ipad? If so i think it could be a good idea to maybe take another look. From your information lets just say currently you pay £46 a month for your 24 month contract regardless if you want 10gb or 20gb you would still be charged for a basic 24 month plan which isn’t important, what is would be people like me who do use WiFi hotspot to connect my ipad every time i am away from WiFi sucks the battery out of any device sharing however for an additional £26 (for 12 months) you get to have a brand new ipad to share your data allowance with therefore totalling £312 a year if you subtract the cost of the ipad which is apparently £250 then you re sharing your data for £62 a year then divide that by how many days you would use your ipad without creating a hotspot.

    • Hi David,
      Thanks for your comment. There’s a 24 month commitment when adding a tablet to share your existing plan (so £26/month is actually £624 over the length of the contract). Assuming the iPad Mini is worth £319 (or £419 if you were planning to buy the 4G version anyway), you’d be paying a premium of £305 (or £205).
      The 12 month contract only applies if you’re adding a SIM card to your existing plan (in this case, you wouldn’t receive a new device).
      Hope this helps,

  • This is most pathetic, useless, hopeless network I ever seen in my long live !!! they cheating and taking money from your account – double charging from same month, no answers, no claims conside. STAY AWAY FROM THIS NETWORK!

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