Why choose an EE phone contract?
EE has more coverage than any other UK network, meaning you’re almost guaranteed to get a signal, and even with 4G it has 99% population coverage and 75% geographic coverage.
It also has a lot of 4G spectrum, making for a speedy, reliable network. EE is the network to choose if you simply want the best user experience possible.
There are a number of optional extras available on EE, including double-speed data, and 4G+, which is even faster.
Many plans also include three months of free access to BT Sport or six months of free Apple Music. Plus, you can use Wi-Fi Calling to keep calling and texting even when there’s no signal.
Many EE plans come with inclusive data roaming, and those which don’t can add it with an affordable extra called the Travel Data Pass.
This gives you 500MB of data each day for £3 in Europe, or for £4 in the United States and Canada, or £5 in other locations, such as Australia and China.
Tethering (also known as a mobile hotspot) is included on EE and you can use your entire allowance towards it – so the only limit is your monthly data allowance.
How can I keep my number when switching?
To transfer your number to EE first call up your current network and ask for your PAC code. Then, activate your EE SIM card and fill out a number transfer form. If you submit the form before 17:30 the transfer should happen the next working day.