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EE ranks in top 25 of The Sunday Times Best Big Companies

EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, has been named one of the Sunday Times top 25  Best Big Companies to work for in the UK. The only mobile operator to feature, EE was commended by its employees for the strength of its management team, its clear vision for the future and the difference it makes in the UK.

Nearly 900 businesses registered for the annual Sunday Times Best Companies rankings to find the best employers in Britain. The results, revealed this week, saw EE lauded as one of the best companies with a workforce of over 5,000 employees.

Olaf Swantee, CEO of EE, said: “We have only just begun our journey as EE, and we are already achieving great things. EE is the network pioneer in the UK, launching 4G to nearly half the UK in under six months, and making a real difference to British businesses and consumers.

We are making huge progress building one company, and this accolade is great testament to the efforts of each and every one of our employees. We’re looking forward to making next year even better.”

About EE

EE is the most advanced digital communications company in Britain, providing mobile and fixed-line services to 27 million customers, and is the first company in the UK to provide 4G mobile services alongside fixed-line fibre broadband.

EE is the company that runs the Orange, T-Mobile and EE brands in the UK.

Its 4G service will cover more than half of the UK population by June 2013 and EE continues to improve the speed and reach of the UK’s first 4G network. Its fibre service already covers 50% of the population. EE’s mobile service currently provides coverage to 99% of the population with 2G and 98% of the population with 3G.

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