Everything Everywhere, UK’s largest wireless carrier, has performed a brand change, slapping the newly unveiled EE name on its stores around the country.
The company announced a few weeks back plans to launch 4G LTE services
in the country under the new EE name, and has now moved its retail locations to the new branding as well.
For those out of the loop, we should note that EE is the joint venture formed by Orange and T-Mobile in the UK. More info on the wireless carrier can be found on its website
EE is expected to aggressively expand its LTE network after the original roll-out, and to add some very appealing devices to its offering, including the new Apple iPhone 5, as well as 4G-enabled handsets powered by Google’s Android platform or Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system.