Win an EE 4G Samsung Galaxy Mini smartphone
Join T3 and EE for an exclusive evening of cutting-edge mobile tech
T3 teams up with EE to give you the chance to feel the power of 4G firsthand
We’ve teamed up with EE to take some of the best tech on the road with an exclusive T3/EE showcase in central London on Wednesday 25th September from 19.00-21.00 with drinks and canapés served.
One lucky guest at the event will also have the chance to take away a superfast EE 4G Samsung Galaxy Mini smartphone.
All you have to do to secure your invite is fill in your details below. Names will then enter a prize draw for tickets and we will contact you with the details of the evening on Friday 20th September if you’ve been lucky enough to have your name pulled out of the hat
Each email will entitle the emailer plus one guest entry to this special exclusive invite-only event.
EE: Bringing the speed to you
EE is the UK’s largest, speediest mobile broadband network. With double-speed 4G and the finest handsets it’s upping the on-the-move ante. We’re giving you the chance for you to experience that first hand
As an upstanding, multi-tasking gadget obsessive, we know you require blistering-paced connectivity, the widest range of online options and access to the finest hardware on a regular basis.
Well luckily for you, EE seems to be having a competition with itself to see how many of your needs it can tick off in one fell swoop.
Having been the first to raise the 4G flag in the UK, EE was already our biggest and fastest mobile broadband network. Now it’s raised the bar again, rolling out next-generation, double speed 4G in 20 major UK cities including London, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield.
“Double speed,” we hear your mobile and tethered devices excitedly cry, as they hunger for streamed HD videos and hi-res pic downloads? Why yes, a theoretical maximum top speed of 150Mbps, which doubles the current average to 24-30Mbps.
We’re not talking just the best in Europe here – though it is. This is faster than networks in the US and Japan, and equal to South Korea’s finest. That’s fast, yet it’s available to all existing 4GEE customers for no extra cost.
There are also tailored 4G services aplenty, whatever your user demands: from the first line of pay as you go 4GEE mobile broadband plans, for those who like to remain contract free, to a range of versatile small-business plans for the ambitious start-up entrepreneur.
EE isn’t just breaking new ground with services, it’s owning the hardware arena too with the Bright Box 2 for EE fibre broadband, and a line-up of the hottest new gear from Samsung, Nokia, Sony, HTC, Huawei and BlackBerry. EE’s network is also the only one to support 4G for the Apple iPhone 5.