EE (formerly Everything Everywhere) has become the first wireless carrier to offer the Apple One bundle as a free perk to those who'd subscribe to its service.
Apple confirmed earlier this year that the iPhone 12 lineup would see a slight delay. And, indeed, we're expecting to see the newest smartphone lineup arrive in October. But we may be just days away from a launch, according to one CEO.
British mobile network operator EE (formerly Everything Everywhere) has a new broadband plan which includes a free Apple TV 4K as a replacement for their traditional cable box.
Joining standard payment methods accepted on Apple's content stores—such as Paypal, plastic money and iTunes credit—customers in some European countries can now have their app and media purchases charged to a monthly mobile phone bill from their carrier.
Not to be outdone by Australia's Telstra and Germany's Deutsche Telekom, British telecommunications operator EE (formerly Everything Everywhere) confirmed that it, too, would soon be treating its customers to six free months of music-streaming via Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio.
To promote this offer, the carrier put together a multi-million pound ad campaign featuring actor Kevin Bacon and pop singer Britney Spears.
After announcing last week it'd become the first major U.S. wireless carrier to offer international roaming through a new partnership with Canada's Rogers Communications, the nation's second-largest carrier, AT&T, today announced another global LTE agreement, this one with the United Kingdom's top 4G LTE network, Everything Everywhere, or just EE.
The deal makes EE UK's first domestic wireless provider to offer inbound 4G LTE roaming for travellers on international networks visiting the UK. AT&T's customers traveling abroad will be able to hop over to EE's fast 4G LTE network some time in the first half of next year, EE said Tuesday...