EE have announced that they've signed two new MVNO partners to their network, which are the first new additions since the operator launched in October.
The two new MVNOs are Talk Home and White Mobile who are both calling card companies aimed at ethnic markets in the UK. Both will now be able to use EE's amazing 2G and 3G networks and could even get access to 4G sometime in 2013.
EE now have the largest 2G and 3G network in the UK after they combined T-Mobile and Orange's network together. They are also the only UK operator currently able to offer 4G to consumers in the UK and that isn't likely to change for at least 6 months.
Everything Everywhere has also confirmed that they are investing £1.5 billion into their 2G and 3G networks over the next 3 years. The end result will be even better coverage for customers, including those accessing the network through an MVNO.
The 4G network will continue to roll-out to more and more cities in the next year which will enable more and more people to enjoy super-fast browsing on their smartphone or tablet. As always 3G will keep you up to date with all the latest news regarding UK mobile operators.
By Simon Thomas on 06th December, 2012