Everything Everywhere announces 4G pricing along with fibre & business services

Mobile security and bespoke apps

To cater to the security needs of businesses, EE will provide remote management tools in the form of Secure Mobility. This service will allow IT admins to remotely set-up and manage business applications on devices, enforce security policies and carry out lock and wipe functions if a handset is compromised.

EE will also launch a service to help organisations mobilise their business apps. Firms will be able to purchase design, development tools directly from the operator and also have access to support.

Clone Phone

Another new service comes in the form of Clone Phone. Users will be provided with 500MB of cloud storage to backup details such as contacts. Lock, remote wiping and find my phone capabilities will be provided for 3.33 ex VAT.

Insurance options, such as next-day replacement, will be available for an extra 6 - 14 per month depending on the value of the device.

Fixed line fibre broadband

EE will also be launching fixed fibre services in conjunction with BT providing maximum speeds of up to 76Mbps. Consumer broadband prices start at 15 per month, with unlimited data allowance, but users will also have to factor in 14 per month for line rental, bringing the total starting price to 29 per month. A 50 connection fee will also apply.

For small businesses, fixed broadband prices start from 22 for a connection speed of 38Mbps. SMBs and consumers who sign up to fixed line broadband with EE will be entitled to a 5 per month discount on their mobile bills.

EE Film

To top it off, the network will also be keeping its popular 2-for-1 cinema ticket promotion. EE will allow users to download one free film per week, without impacting on data allowance. These incentives will be offered to all customers inclusing SMBs and enterprises.

"These value added services have proved popular with everyone business users want boredom busters just like everyone else when they are commuting or waiting for meetings," said Mike Tomlinson, SMB marketing director at EE.

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