EE takes 4G roaming to France and Spain, US and more countries to follow

Saqib Shah
March 13, 2014

The UK network EE has just announced it’s offering 4G roaming in France and Spain.

Unlike rival network  Three’s Feel at Home scheme, which allows customers to use their data allowances abroad at no extra cost, EE customers will have to pay extra – £3 for 100MB of 4G roaming data, to be precise.

While the deal covers just the two countries at the moment, EE states that it is the beginning of a broader scheme that will see similar agreements in the USA, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Netherlands just in time for the summer holiday period.

EE’s 4G roaming announcement comes as the network was crowned the “number one” mobile network  in the UK by  research firm Rootmetrics. EE came out on top for overall performance, reliability and internet speeds.



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Saqib Shah

Tech/gaming journalist for What Mobile magazine and website. Interests include film, digital media and foreign affairs.

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