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EE Enables LTE Roaming in 16 More Countries

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LONDON -- EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, announced it has extended access to superfast 4G for customers travelling to 16 countries. The deals are the latest in a series of outbound roaming agreements that will allow EE customers to enjoy 4G speeds in the world’s most popular travel destinations.

Customers travelling to Canada, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, UAE, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland can now benefit from the speeds and capacity offered by 4G. This is in addition to France and Spain, where roaming agreements were launched in March and South Korea which will be launched on the 22nd of August.

The option to enjoy 4G speeds abroad in these countries is immediately available to Consumer and Small Business customers, with Corporate customers to follow soon. EE will continue to extend its 4G coverage across major roaming destinations throughout 2014.

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