wireless service provider in Europe serving the whole of the UK, has announced some changes to their plans. Customers can now enjoy tiered data starting at £5/month, and running up to £30/month. The changes are designed to get more customers on their growing LTE network.
announced their JUMP plan. Allowing customers 2 upgrades a year. Verizon has Edge, and even AT&T Next offers something similar. Now it looks like the folks in the UK want to do the same, and EE is first to the punch with their new "Swap" option.
Sony Smartwatch 2 for those who pre-order the Sony Xperia Z1. The Z1 is perhaps still better known as the Honami and Sony is expected to announce the handset at an event on September 4th. We have yet to see anything that suggests this is a Sony offer (as opposed to an EE offer), however if that happens to be the case, we would expect to hear a bit more tomorrow.
HTC First "Facebook Home" phone in the US market, it looks like the handset will not even be getting a chance in the UK. EE, who had already been accepting pre-orders for the handset has since confirmed they will not be launching the HTC First.
EE, who happen to be the first (and only) carrier in the UK to offer 4G have recently announced some upgrade plans. The carrier has said they plan to double the speed and capacity of their 4G network. We have yet to see a specific date as to when this will be going live, however those increased speeds should begin arriving during the summer months.
EE, the UK wireless carrier, has announced that it is bringing two new tablets to its customers starting today. Two of the most popular tablets on the market are available on EE. First, we have the Galaxy Note 10.1. For people who want a little smaller tablet, EE has you covered with Google's Nexus 7. The Nexus 7 comes with a Huawei E589 mobile Wi-Fi dongle allowing it to access the Internet on the go.
EE has just confirmed its plans to rollout high-speed mobile data to 17 more UK towns and cities by March 2013. In addition to adding new locations, EE is working to improve coverage in existing LTE areas. EE says 4G density is "being increased on a daily basis." EE is also working to improve its 3G network to support DC-HSPA, which will improve things for users who do not have 4G devices or are in an area where 4G has not rolled out.