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EE Film Club to give customers weekly content for £1


Service will be run through Wuaki.tv, with all new and existing EE, Orange and T-Mobile customers able to take advantage of a film rental for £1 week from March 30

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BT seals £12.5bn acquisition of EE


Deal expected to be completed in March 2016 and will see BT enter the quad play market, with telecoms giant claiming it will lead to the creation of a world-class digital infrastructure

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EE to double franchise partners / 30 retail locations identified


Operator aiming to take franchise numbers to 80, whilst its direct store numbers could top 600 by the end of the year Read the full story

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Orange and T-Mobile connections scrapped from today


In an exclusive interview, EE tells Mobile News it will stop connecting legacy brands Orange and T-Mobile directly from February 2 and indirect from March 2 to focus on 4G  Read the full story

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Tesco Phone Shops to ditch other networks


Retailer will phase out other networks “over a period of time” and only sell its own Tesco Mobile brand at stores Read the full story

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BT: Quality of EE’s 4G network the reason behind purchase


Telecoms provider says acquisition will speed up its push within mobile, but denies entering the quad-play market is a key reason

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BT enters exclusive talks over £12.5 billion EE takeover


Talks will last for several weeks as BT performs due diligence on cash/equity takeover
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Orange CEO expects BT to make decision on EE “before Christmas”


Stephane Richard expects takeover discussions with BT to be concluded in the next few weeks Read the full story

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EE confirms talks over sale to BT


EE joint venture parent firms Orange and Deutsche Telekom have this morning confirmed they have joined Telefonica by entering discussions to sell the business to BT Read the full story

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Orange CEO: Current EE ownership model isn’t long-term


Split 50/50 ownership with Deutsche Telekom is not a long term solution according to Stephane Richard Read the full story

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That's your opinion, but it certainly wasn't the best way of phrasing it. That wasn't the only reason the EE advisor scored so poorly, which is made clear in the full review in issue 582 of Mobil...
your mystery caller clearly doesn't have a clue what he is talking about. that is not insensitive at all. quite the opposite....
I think you've entirely missed the point there, Marc. It's not about telling someone to go out to the shop (although that often loses points any way as its rare someone calls up a telesales line ...
I have to say, if you are indeed a blind person you should know it is a lot easier to actually go into a shop and feel the phone for yourself. your first comment about EE slammed them when in fac...
How can i place my contacts in order by first names please. Thank you Mrs Doreen Haggar ....
Only 2 months ago i buy this phone. Please advice any body knows...
I have bought a huawei ascend p7 suddenly networ operator inactive. How to active this?...
A good point made in the previous comment, but it was just the field facing engineers that were outsourced not all engineers. Some have since been insourced (QoS, radio planning etc). But agre...
I will just add that EE is a complete rip off. They clearly don't have good reception in quite a few places. This is London I'm talking about as well! I consistently call then complaining t...
Maybe they shouldn't have outsourced all their Engineers to Ericsson then! They were warned they were putting the network at risk, did they care? Did they heck, all comes down to the money and th...

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