EE and Three join forces in new 1B LTE deal

03 February, 2014 | Comments (35) | Post your comment

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Three has been taking its time bringing 4G connectivity to its network. In its recent partnership with EE - the first 4G carrier in the UK - the two companies are looking to invest a combined 1 billion pounds into strengthening their combined 4G network presence.

EE, which is the largest carrier in the UK and the result of the T-Mobile and Orange merger in 2010, invested 1.4B into bringing 4G to the UK before any of the other carriers. It was able to do so a full year ahead of the next competitor.

The recent deal looks to benefit both carriers, as EE hopes to reach an impressive 70% 4G coverage throughout the UK by the month's end, while Three hopes to have 4G coverage in 50 major UK cities by the end of the year, and a whopping 98% network coverage by the end of 2015.

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EE and Three join forces in new 1B LTE deal - reader comments

  • Anon

Mate, that happened years ago.

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  • 2014-02-10 12:13
  • njN7
  • Anonymous

yh yh if you say so

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  • 2014-02-04 17:53
  • 3AxW
  • VladUK

That is only because Tesco is using O2 network.

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  • 2014-02-04 17:50
  • SwrL