EE customers can roam on 4G all over France and Spain

ee-logo-big.jpgEE, famous for its bouncy little logo, people whining about its customer service on Twitter and Kevin Bacon, today announced that its UK customers will now be able to access 4G services will they’re away from home in France and Spain.

Both regular consumer and small business customers will be able to start using the 4G services when they’re holidaying abroad today, but of course they’ll have to buy an inclusive data bundle first – the cheapest is £3 for 100MB of data.

Olaf Swantee, EE’s CEO, also revealed that the company will extend its 4G roaming plans to even more destinations in the run up to summer: “EE already has the biggest and fastest 4G network in the UK – now we’re also allowing our customers to stay connected on 4G when they’re abroad. Our customers will be the first to benefit in France and Spain today, with the most popular travel destinations to follow in the coming months.

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