Everything Everywhere branding goes live in the UK, still waiting on iPhone 5....

Everything Everywhere branding goes live in the UK

The last couple of weeks have been noteworthy for EE (Everything Everywhere) in the UK. Combining Orange and T-Mobile, the company first announced its new EE branding at the launch of its 4G LTE network, and shortly thereafter it was plastered up on the big iPhone 5 event map for the whole world to see. And now it's going up on local shops as well.

Being the only UK carrier with an LTE iPhone 5 is going to be a big deal, and it looks like Everything Everywhere is going to make sure they're ready. Local stores are rebranding, and I noticed that the sign above my local shop already been updated with the stacked yellow circles proclaiming it as EE.

Smartphone geeks will know what to expect when we see the EE logo, but we suspect many members of the public probably won't have a clue.

We should have some more EE news for you later in the week, but in the meantime, anyone planning on switching when the EE iPhone 5 goes live on LTE?

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BoondMarh says:

Stupid logo as well... What the heck are they thinking?

They couldn't come up with something better than two small circles in a gaudy shade of yellow and "E" in capitals?