Upgrade to EE

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Upgrade to superfast 4GEE

Upgrading to EE means you'll get the latest phones and superfast 4GEE speeds.

Also if you're moving from Orange or T-Mobile you'll get some great new benefits at superfast 4GEE speeds.

Log in to My Account to check to see if you’re eligible for an upgrade.

 

Why upgrade to 4GEE?

EE TV - It's simply great television

EE TV works seamlessly over WiFi with up to three compatible tablets or phones. You can watch anything from your EE TV box, including your recordings, in any room in the house.

Tickets to the events you love

EE Tickets gives you access to fantastic live events near you.

And as an EE customer you get discounts and other exclusive offers.

Superfast internet

Superfast internet on the go. The network is growing and we're rolling out double speed 4GEE.

Free delivery

Order online or via Click to Chat and get your new phone delivered free of charge*.

What is 4GEE?

You know we said we're always going to give you the fastest network possible?

Well, we meant it. 

4GEE gives you superfast, super-reliable internet wherever you are. Our top speed is faster than most people’s average fibre broadband speed.*

Want to watch live TV, stream a film or try multiplayer gaming on your phone? With 4GEE, you can.

Want to see just how fast 4GEE is for yourself? Here's a video to prove it.

The legal bit

* Free delivery applies to orders placed online or through Click to Chat team. A delivery charge of £5.99 will apply to orders placed over the phone (premium delivery options available, call for details).

* * Double speed: limited roll out and select areas only: check ee.co.uk/coverage. Based on EE test data 2013 (average speeds doubled from 12-15Mb/second to 24-30Mb/second) and doubling 4G network capacity from 2x10MHz to 2x20MHz. Speeds referred to are download speeds.

* * * Just how fast your 4G will be depends on a couple of things: where you are and how many other people are using 4G too. Average 4G speeds 12-15Mb/second (EE test data 2013).