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Refine our corporate vision. Make EE a nicer place to work. Put together bids for new licences, or construct the legal frameworks we work within. In our various support functions there's huge scope to define the company we are today and the company we'll be tomorrow. And because we’re now part of the BT family, you’ll find we have great opportunities for you all over the group. Click here for BT Careers.
81 Newgate Street London EC1A 7AJ
Hatfield Hertfordshire AL10 9BW
Leeds, LS1 4BT
Senhouse Road Yarm Road Industrial Estate Darlington Co Durham DL1 4YB
Almondsbury Park Bradley Stoke Bristol BS32 4AQ
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WE ARE EE
EE: Turning 'not spots' into 'hotspots'08/03/2017 14:52
Almost 1,000 miles apart and at opposite ends of the UK, Shetland and the Isles of Scilly now have 4G coverage. Living on an island no longer has to mean isolation (unless you prefer it that way of course!). Watch the video to see how 4G is already transforming the lives of people living in remote areas.
Want to help us connect people, wherever they lay their hat? Apply now: http://bit.ly/2fl6qWJ
Going great-guns in Greenock03/03/2017 14:48
Our CEO loves to get out and about to meet with our teams across the country. Last month, Marc visited the team in Greenock and was chuffed to be presented with some very tasty new tarten socks. With plenty of refreshments laid on, a good visit was had by all.
Find out why you should become part of the EE team (besides perhaps getting the chance to see Marc's socks firsthand): http://bit.ly/2cqTAKi
Pioneering air mast technology for rural coverage and disaster recovery02/03/2017 14:43
On 21 February we presented a pretty cool bit of mobile tech to the world - the ‘Helikite'. We demonstrated how the use of mini mobile sites attached to helium-powered balloons can provide 4G in locations where permanent sites have been damaged or there is no 4G coverage. Watch the video to find out more.
At EE, we also use our (patent-pending) balloon and drone ‘air masts’ to connect the most remote parts of the UK and keep communities online in the wake of disasters such as major flooding.
Innovation like this is essential for us to go further than we’ve ever gone, and deliver a network that’s available to our customers wherever and whenever they need it. Read the article: http://bit.ly/2kIpQf5
Fancy joining the very best? Apply now: http://bit.ly/29HDTxe