Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of EE Limited
EE Limited operates as a digital communications company in the United Kingdom. The company offers 4G mobile services, including voice, messaging, and data services; and fixed voice and broadband services to retail and business customers under the EE, Orange, and T-Mobile brands. It serves 27.1 million customers. The company also sells handsets and related accessories; and provides finance services. EE Limited was formerly known as Everything Everywhere Limited and changed its name to EE Limited in September 2013. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Hatfield, United Kingdom. EE Limited operates as a subsidiary of Orange Telecommunications Group Ltd. and T-Mobile Holdings Ltd.
Hatfield, AL10 9BW
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for EE Limited
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Chief Marketing Officer of Non-Consumer Mobile
Chief Marketing Officer of Consumer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
EE Limited Key Developments
Huawei Opens Partner Store with T-Mobile in Amsterdam
May 15 15
Huawei and T-Mobile have opened their first partner store, in Amsterdam's prime shopping street, the Kalverstraat. The shop offers Huawei's complete range of smartphones and wearables, as well as promoting its 'Always Connected' strategy with for example Wi-Fi hotspots for in the car.
EE Limited Reports Revenue Results for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2015
Apr 27 15
EE Limited reported revenue results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015. The company generated £1.5 billion in operating revenue during the three months to 31 March, down 1.1% on last year. Excluding the impact of regulation, operating revenue increased 0.3%.
EE Unveils Two New Smartphones and Two New 4GEE WiFi Devices
Apr 23 15
EE unveiled two new smartphones and two new 4GEE WiFi devices optimised for EE's double speed network - marking the next phase of its own-brand device roll out. Due to launch on the 28 April for consumers and businesses, EE's second own-branded smartphone, the Harrier, offers outstanding value for money and boasts specs and features typically found on more expensive handsets. The Harrier's slim 8.9mm chassis hosts an Android Lollipop OS, with an Octa Core 1.5Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor providing smooth and seamless multitasking that's associated with some of the most recent devices. Similarly, the Full HD 5.2" display gives unprecedented picture quality for its class, making high definition videos streamed and downloaded over 4G more immersive than ever. Harrier from EE will be available for £199.99. EE is also launching the Harrier Mini, a more compact version of the Harrier handset. Similar in style to the Harrier, the Harrier Mini also features an Android Lollipop operating system with a 1.2 GHz Quad Core processor to ensure even the most demanding apps run smoothly. The smartphone also features a 4.7" HD display and 8MP camera for capturing high quality pictures and video in low light. Harrier Mini from EE will be available for £99.99. EE is also introducing two new 4G WiFi devices which will be available from early May. The Osprey 2 provides customers with a 4G mobile internet hotspot, allowing up to ten devices to connect at any one time. Providing exceptional battery life - with a 5,150mAh capacity allowing users to stream for more than 15 hours uninterrupted - Osprey 2 also acts as a portable battery pack so customers can be confident of never running out of power on their tablet or phone when on the move.
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