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Brett Simpson, Head of Franchise at EE comments: “We constantly review our retail operations to ensure we’re offering our customers the very best service while at the same time meeting our business strategy as efficiently and effectively as possible. Today we are pleased to announce the roll-out of our franchise programme in 2014 and this is an exciting opportunity to join EE. Our network serves over 26 million customers and our franchisees will not only benefit from this customer base but also our strong advertising presence. There is no better time to join EE: the telecommunications industry is innovative and fast paced and EE is at the forefront of 4G activity in the UK."

EE is the largest and most advanced digital communications company in Britian, delivering mobile and fixed communications service to consumers, businesses, government and the wholesale market. With approximately 15,000 employees and 600 retail stores. EE serves more than 27 million customers on EE, Orange and T-Mobile and broadband plans.<br/>

EE runs the UK's biggest and fastest mobile network, having introduced the UK's first superfast 4G mobile service in 2012. EE's 4G coverage today reaches more than 60% of the UK population. EE’s 2G coverage reaches 99% of the population while 3G reaches 98%. EE's superfast fibre broadband service covers 54% of the UK population, and ADSL broadband service covers 98.7% of the population.<br/>

EE has received extensive independent recognition including being ranked the UK's best overall network by RootMetrics, Fastest Network at the 2013 uSwitch Awards, Best Network at the 2013 Mobile Choice Consumer Awards and What Mobile Awards, Network Innovation at the 2013 Recombu awards and Best Network for Business at the 2013 Mobile Industry awards.

  • Double speed: limited roll out & select areas only, check Based on EE test data 2013 (average speeds doubled from 12-15Mbps to 24-30Mbps) and doubling 4G network capacity from 2 x 10MHz to 2x 20MHz. Speeds referred to are download speeds.


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