Friday, 24 November 2017

UK gets LTE with EE and BJ

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Tuesday 11 September 12

Mobile operator unveils new brand for LTE, FTTH services; mayor of London rubs salt into wound for U.K. rivals; and CEO hints at LTE version of iPhone 5.

The U.K.'s first LTE network operator on Tuesday announced its new corporate identity and high-speed service brand, as well as reveal that LTE services will come to market "in the coming weeks" with a target of covering one third of the U.K. population by Christmas. Everything Everywhere, the parent company of Orange and T-Mobile in the U.K., presented its new brand identity, EE, at an event in London at which the capital's mayor Boris Johnson officially announced that its LTE network has been switched on. In addition to being Everything Everywhere's new corporate brand, EE will also be the name of the mobile operator's LTE and fibre services and will sit alongside the Orange and T…

The U.K.'s first LTE network operator on Tuesday announced its new corporate identity and high-speed service brand, as well as reveal that LTE services will come to market "in the coming weeks" with a target of covering one third of the U.K. population by Christmas. Everything Everywhere, the parent company of Orange and T-Mobile in the U.K., presented its new brand identity, EE, at an event in London at which the capital's mayor Boris Johnson officially announced that its LTE network has been switched on. In addition to being Everything Everywhere's new corporate brand, EE will also be the name of the mobile operator's LTE and fibre services and will sit alongside the Orange and T…

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