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British Carrier EE Updates App for iOS with New Interface, Streamlined Information

Just as O2 and Vodafone launch their 4G LTE services in the UK, Everything Everywhere (EE) has released an update to its iOS app, bringing a brand-new user interface and improvements for customers who have enrolled in the company’s current 4G LTE plan. EE is the only one of the three largest UK carriers to currently support the iPhone on its LTE network due to incompatibility between the LTE bands supported by the iPhone 5 and the other carriers.

The updated app offers access to plan information and features, including streamlined, itemized views of data, call, and text usage and the ability to add features to an existing plan.

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We listened, so besides giving our existing 4GEE plan customers a totally refreshed app, we also built one that would work for our Orange and T-Mobile plan customers too. Once you are signed up and logged in, the app’s redesigned homepage gives you all the most important info about your account at a glance. One quick tap can then take you to areas with even more detailed info.
My EE can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 12 months ago
Is this even newsworthy? A service provider somewhere in the world updates their rather poor cross-platform, web-based app-for-the-sake-of-it to something with a different UX? Sure, I'm not disputing the use of this type of data, but what's the big deal here - or did I miss the point?

To add to that, many of the reviews seem to suggest it doesn't work anyway and you're still better off just going to the web page - a sad but true fact for all too many web apps.

Oh, and while I'm on my soapbox... "My EE" would like to access your contacts??? I don't think so, thanks very much - X
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Posted: 12 months ago

They should concentrate on making the network actually work. EE is terrible since they merged Orange and T-Mobile


I've found it to be brilliant. I can't remember the last time I was without signal, and I have a good 3G connection 95% of the time.

I even went on a 10 day field trip to Glen Coe in Scotland (geology student) a few months back and had signal the whole time!
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 12 months ago
Well... it's certainly nice to see a non-US provider story instead of the slew of AT&T/Sprint/Verizon threads. :)
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