Compare EE Phone deals

EE (previously Everything Everywhere) claims to be the UK's biggest 4G network. They say their coverage spans 75% of the UK population across 281 towns.

They pride themselves on having the fastest 4G speed up to 60 mb/second. They are also proud of winning more reliability awards than any other UK network.

EE was formed from a merger between T-Mobile and Orange in 2010. It has over 27 million customers, serving EE, Orange and T-Mobile brands.

It currently operates over 580 stores in the UK. They claim to have over 11,000 customer service and retail employees, trained to help you when needed. They say that more than 35 million visits to their online websites occur each month.

EE's fair use/traffic management policy can be found here.

What has EE got to offer?

EE is a progressive network offering the largest 4G network in the UK, backed up by a 3G network that covers 99% of the country. EE customers in certain areas will also be able to access its double speed 4GEE network and, more recently, its 4G+ network - bringing faster connectivity than ever before. A great choice for anyone who likes streaming content on the move or fans of multiplayer gaming.

Find a EE contract by manufacturer

If you are looking for a phone from a particular manufacturer, Apple for example, on a specific network, it's easy with our results table. Simply select the manufacturer or phone you want from the Handset drop down box. Then click on the 'Advanced options' tab at the bottom of the filters section to see the networks available. Simply tick the network(s) you want, and check out the deals revealed underneath for the phone or manufacturer on your preferred network. Easy.

Refurbished phones on EE

Refurbished phones present a fantastic way to get the phone you want at a massively reduced price. Refurbished phones are handsets that have been returned to the provider either with a fault; within the cooling off period; or simply because the previous owner is upgrading. Whatever the reason, the provider will check the device, and restore it to full working order before it is sold as a refurbished phone at a big discount on the original retail price. Obviously, these phones may have some signs of being previously owned (and this is reflected in the price) but they are in full working condition and come with all the necessary components to have you up and running.

If you are looking to get a great deal on a refurbished phone on a particular network, we can help. Take a look at our Refurbished Phones page and select your network of choice in the Advanced Options section to filter by provider.

Compare pay as you go phone deals on EE

There are some great pay as you go phone deals to be found whatever your preferred network. To find and compare the best PAYG deals currently on the market, visit our Pay As You Go page and select the network you want in the filters section. You can also filter by phone if you have your eye on a particular model so you can see and compare exactly the right deals for you.

Find a EE sim only deal

If you already have a handset and are looking for a SIM only deal on a particular network, head to our SIM only deals page to check out the deals currently out there, including:

Use the 'Advanced options' drop down tab in the filters section to limit the results to SIM-only deals on your network of choice only.

Looking early mobile phone upgrades?

If you are on O2, Vodafone or EE and are looking for an early upgrade, take a look at our Upgrades pages for everything you need to know:

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Mobile Phone deals

  • SIM-Only Deals

    Got a cracking phone, but just need a new contract? Use our tool below to find the best deal for you. Read more.

  • Contract Phones

    Want the best contract for the cheapest price? We highlight the best deals around, finding you the cheapest price for your contract needs. Read more.

  • SIM-Free Phones

    Want to put your SIM in a new phone? Grab a SIM-free phone that is unlocked to all networks. Read more.

  • Refurbished Phones

    You can save up to 50% on the cost of a brand new handset by purchasing a "refurbished" handset instead. Read more.

  • Contract Upgrades

    Typical mobile contracts tend to last 12 or 24 months. Find out what to do when your contract is ending. Read more.

  • Network Coverage Info

    Network coverage is an important aspect when purchasing a new phone. Poor coverage could mean that you miss calls and your text messages could be delayed. Find coverage maps for all the networks. Read more.

  • PAYG Phones

    Rather have a Pay As You Go phone? Many PAYG phones require you to buy a top-up during purchase. If this is the case, we include this initial cost too. Read more.

  • Build Your Own

    Combine a SIM-Free handset and a SIM-Only contract to build your perfect contract. Read more.

  • Data SIMs

    Data SIMs are great to place into your dongle, hotspot or tablet to give you Internet access on the go. We include 12 month contract deals as well as monthly rolling ones. Read more.

  • PAYG Sims

    We compare the whole of the market, displaying tariffs that include bundles of calls, texts and data as well as those that don't. Read more.

  • Cashback Deals

    Cashback deals are offered by retailers in order to entice you to specific mobile contracts. Make sure you understand how they work before signing up to one. Read more.

  • Number Porting Information

    Your phone number is precious to you. When starting a new contract more often than not you'll want to take your number with you. Find out how here. Read more.

  • O2 Refresh Loophole

    O2's Refresh tariffs allow you to split your monthly tariff into handset and airtime costs. Take advantage of this and grab a great handset deal! Read more.

  • Ofcom Accreditation

    We are very proud to be have been awarded the Ofcom Price Accreditation Scheme logo. Find out why this is so important here. Read more.

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