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Whats with all this EE on me phone ?

Whats with all this EE on me phone ?

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mrsimmers

Original Poster:

160 posts

80 months

Thursday 20th September 2012
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Since putting IOS6 on me phone it sometimes displays EE, Orange or Orange & T-Mobile.

miniman

18,561 posts

176 months

Thursday 20th September 2012
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EE is Everything Everywhere = Orange + Tmobile

MattyB_

1,550 posts

171 months

Thursday 20th September 2012
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EE = Everything Everywhere:

http://everythingeverywhere.com/

0a

18,197 posts

108 months

Thursday 20th September 2012
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So should I get this os6 then?

Butter Face

13,572 posts

74 months

Thursday 20th September 2012
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HTH
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warp9

1,179 posts

111 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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While they may have a wonderful offering, their customer services are EPICALLY rubbish.

SWoll

6,448 posts

172 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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warp9 said:
While they may have a wonderful offering, their customer services are EPICALLY rubbish.
Just to add balance I've been with them (Orange) for years and always found their customer service to be very good when required.

mikebristol

22 posts

60 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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ian in lancs

2,836 posts

112 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Butter Face said:



HTH
I notice you have the traditional Orange signal strength i.e. crap

AudiSport

1,127 posts

130 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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SWoll said:
Just to add balance I've been with them (Orange) for years and always found their customer service to be very good when required.
Yes, I have been with Orange for over 10-years and I have found them great.

Pints

18,275 posts

108 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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ian in lancs said:
I notice you have the traditional Orange signal strength i.e. crap
And yet here I am with full HSDPA signal on EE.

smartphone hater

2,131 posts

57 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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AudiSport said:
SWoll said:
Just to add balance I've been with them (Orange) for years and always found their customer service to be very good when required.
Yes, I have been with Orange for over 10-years and I have found them great.
+2

Munter

27,372 posts

155 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Pints said:
And yet here I am with full HSDPA signal on EE.
Yep and why is it my EE phone always has signal. But the Vodafone one loses it occasionally....

Pints

18,275 posts

108 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Munter said:
Yep and why is it my EE phone always has signal. But the Vodafone one loses it occasionally....
Because, according to OFCOM, EE have the widest network coverage in the UK.

audi321

3,657 posts

127 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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So am I right in thinking that I can sign up for the T Mobile 'Full Monty' deal, with unlimited everything (calls/txts/data) with NO FAIR USE POLICY for £21/mth and get 4G when it comes to my area later this month and it all merges with Orange to EE?

Seems like a no brainer, cos with 4G I'm likely to trash 500gb in a few minutes! yikes

Edited by audi321 on Monday 8th October 23:58

storminnorman

2,300 posts

66 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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at the moment, EE are exceeding themselves by sending me up to seven copies of a message that someone has sent me. Said copies are also capable of appearing up to two hours after the original was received.
Not great seeing as I just moved to them after 5 years of faultless o2 PAYG.
I'm building up the strength to call them on the matter as the last time I did the person at the other end was so completely incomprehensible I ended up hanging up on them.

banghead

Pints

18,275 posts

108 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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audi321 said:
So am I right in thinking that I can sign up for the T Mobile 'Full Monty' deal, with unlimited everything (calls/txts/data) with NO FAIR USE POLICY for £21/mth and get 4G when it comes to my area later this month and it all merges with Orange to EE?

Seems like a no brainer, cos with 4G I'm likely to trash 500gb in a few minutes! yikes

Edited by audi321 on Monday 8th October 23:58
You're buying into a 3g contract with Full Monty. Presumably if you wanted 4g when it rolls around, you'll need to upgrade to a 4G plan.

Edited by Pints on Tuesday 9th October 06:12