EE or Everything Everywhere is the first mobile network to offer 4G technology in the United Kingdom. The company launched the 4G technology in 11 UK cities. It plans to roll out the same service in the remaining parts of the country soon. Anybody who moves out of an area with 4G coverage automatically has his phone switching to the 3G technology or even GSM.
The formation of the company took place following the merger between Orange UK and T-Mobile UK. Following the merger, the company fell, therefore, under the joint ownership of France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom. Since then, the company has grown into the largest communications firm in the United Kingdom.
The company is renowned for wide-ranging products and services in the communications sector. It has now created the My EE app, which allows users to manage their accounts. Through the app, users are able to track their usage. The app enables successful management of all add-ons. You can also use the app to pay your bills while on the move.
The company has developed an insurance product that it calls Full Cover. Through this product, users are able to ensure their devices and ensure that it is covered against theft or damages. The insurance cover ensures that you get a replacement for the lost, stolen or damaged device the next day. This gives you the assurance of continuing to communicate with friends and family.
Contacting EE Customer Service
EE customer service is ready to provide solutions to the problems that you experience with any of its products. From the EE mobile or landline, you can call the customer service office on 150 or 07953 966 250 respectively and inform the agent your complaints. If you are calling from another mobile or landline network provider, dial 07953 966 250 from your device.
If you are outside the UK and realize that the EE customer services need to provide solutions to a problem that has occurred with any of its products, call the company on +44 (0) 7953 966 250. You should call the numbers mentioned here in case your complaints have to do with the Mobile or SIM Only services.
EE customer services Tips
Calling the 150 or 07953 numbers from EE mobile or landlines will cost you nothing during the normal opening hours or 15p for each call respectively. If you are calling from a different provider, confirm the call charges first before proceeding. When calling from abroad, you should confirm the roaming charges with the company first.