MBB + Data

Useful information

What is it?

Thanks to EE mobile broadband, you can now get superfast 4GEE speeds on the go on your laptop, tablet or phone. Even if it's not 4G ready. You can simply plug in a dongle or get yourself a wifi device and enjoy getting online whenever, wherever. So rather than trying to find a wifi hotspot, you're surrounded by your own travelling bubble of superfast 4GEE.

Who would use it?

It is incredibly useful for those who constantly need to be on the move and are in need of internet to ensure productivity and to keep up-to-date with your office emails. You don't want to be tied to your desk all day when you could be out and about meeting clients- while staying in touch with the office.

Why is it worthwhile?

Everything you'd normally have to wait to do at home or in the office is now possible on the go. Whether it is sending emails, big documents or even just browsing the web, just open your laptop or power up your tablet, get on online and do what you do best.

M2M

What is it?

Machine to Machine (M2M) refers to technologies that let you connect any sort of machine to other machines (and to your people) via special SIMs over the EE network. It allows you to exchange all sorts of useful real-time information on how a remote asset is performing. That could be a car's location, an oven's temperature or a fault in a vending machine. Providing you with valuable information to enhance your customers' experience.

Who would use it?

Over 40% of businesses see M2M as important but less than 20% have actually introduced it. So for those that do, it's a great way to get a real competitive edge. M2M is a huge opportunity for UK businesses as it could make your organisation more informed, efficient and agile - without major long-term investment.

Why is it worthwhile?

M2M opens up a wealth of opportunities. Every business will use it in different ways, to help improve efficiency and offer new service opportunities. The technology is really exploding right now, thanks to the improved capabilities of the EE mobile network. Increased battery life also has a part to play, allowing devices to operate remotely and efficiently.