Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of EE Limited
EE Limited operates as a digital communications company in the United Kingdom. It offers 4G mobile services, including voice, messaging, and data services; and fixed voice and broadband services. The company provides its services to retail and business customers under the EE, Orange, and T-Mobile brands. As of December 31, 2014, the company had approximately 30.9 million network connections. It also sells handsets and related accessories; and provides management support, pension trustee, and finance services. The company was formerly known as Everything Everywhere Limited and changed its name to EE Limited in September 2013. EE Limited was founded in 2010 and is based in Hatfield, the United...
Hatfield, AL10 9BW
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for EE Limited
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chief Marketing Officer of Non-Consumer Mobile
Chief Marketing Officer of Consumer
Chief Performance Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
EE Limited Key Developments
EE Announces Management Changes
Jan 29 16
EE announced the acquisition of EE by BT has completed. Olaf Swantee, Neal Milsom, Gervais Pellissier, Thomas Dannenfeldt, Arnaud Castille and Thorsten Langheim have resigned as directors. Marc Allera, formerly EE's Chief Commercial Officer, is appointed as CEO and director to the board of EE. Stephen Harris, Steve Best, Jeff Langlands, Gareth Tipton and Howard Watson have also been appointed as directors of EE. Olaf Swantee and Neal Milsom have also resigned as directors of EE Finance Plc, and have been replaced by Marc Allera, Stephen Harris and Craig Machell.
EE Limited Announces Management Changes
Jan 4 16
EE announced proposed changes to the board of directors, pending final regulatory approval of the acquisition of EE by BT Group plc and the subsequent completion of the transaction. Olaf Swantee will step down as CEO and executive director, once the transaction has concluded. Marc Allera, currently EE's Chief Commercial Officer, will take his place as CEO, and appointed as director to the board of EE Ltd, once the transaction has concluded.
EE Wins Emergency Services Network Contract
Dec 11 15
EE officially confirmed that it has been selected by the Home Office to provide Britain's Emergency Services with a national mobile network, giving 300,000 critical emergency workers access to 4G voice and data for the first time. This will achieved through the GBP 1 billion Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme (ESMCP). EE's new 4G Emergency Services Network will replace the existing TETRA system from mid-2017 as current contracts expire. EE has already committed to spend GBP 1.5 billion on its network up to 2017, and will increase that investment in order to deliver the Emergency Services Network. The dedicated EE Emergency Services team will co-operate with the current provider, Airwave, the Lot 2 service provider, Motorola, and Lot 1 delivery partner KBR, as well as all 300,000 end users to manage a smooth transition to the new 4G network.
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