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, the United Kingdom.
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
BT To Discuss Potential Acquisition of EE
Jan 30 15
BT Group plc (LSE:BT.A) said that it will discuss the potential acquisition of EE Limited with BT Pension Scheme (Trustee). BT also agreed to consult with the Trustee if it considers making acquisitions with a total cost of more than £1 billion in any 12 month period, it considers making disposals of more than £1 billion or if it considers making a Class 1 transaction or if it is subject to a takeover offer.
Sky Hires Advisor
Dec 1 14
Sky plc (LSE:SKY) hired Lazard to explore possible deals. Lazard has been lined up to advice Sky to evaluate options for taking part in the wider UK telecoms consolidation that is sweeping the sector. Sky is working with Lazard to assess what recent events mean for the media sector, according to people familiar with the situation who say it has no current plans to buy O2 Telefonica Deutschland Finanzierungs Gmbh or EE Limited. Possible deals include an acquisition, a commercial tie-up with a UK operator, or a bid to win more TV football rights at 2015 Premier League auction, one person said. Sky and Lazard declined to comment. Other investment banks are also expected to take a role in the process, according to a person with knowledge of the talks.
EE Launches Buzzard 2 LTE/Wi-Fi in-Car Modem
Nov 17 14
EE has launched the Buzzard 2 LTE Wi-Fi in-car modem. Building on the design features of the first version of the Buzzard, the latest model plugs into the car dashboard's 12v connection and features an additional USB socket to supply power and charge other devices. The Buzzard 2 also has lighting system showing when it is connected and switched on. It can support up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously and connects to the 4GEE network, now covering cities and towns with 75% of the population, and to the EE's 3G network elsewhere. The Buzzard 2 is available to businesses and consumers from EE shops, telesales and website. It sells for GBP 79.99 on a pay as one go plan, with those buying the device by 31 January 2015 will receive 100 MB of free data a month. The product also comes on 4GEE pay monthly mobile plans starting from GBP 10 and is free on plans from GBP 15 (3GB) and above.
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