Samsung EE mobile phones
Samsung mobile phones on the EE network bring together two giants in the mobile world to offer a combination of superlative phone design and choice with unrivalled mobile network coverage.
Samsung was founded in 1969. It released its first Android smartphone in 2009 and has since risen to become the world's leading smartphone player. It's smartphones outsell Apple and are seen by many as the standard bearers for Android smartphone technology.
EE is the UK's largest and most advanced digital communications company. Now a division of BT, EE provides the UK's fastest and biggest 4G network, reaching 99% of the UK population.
Samsung mobile phones on the EE network
Those concerned with purchasing a new or used Samsung smartphone locked to the EE network needn't worry. Not only are they getting a considerable choice of high, middle and low end phone options but unrivalled coverage that brings 4G to areas other networks struggle to reach.
Samsung phone range
From the flagship S series range featuring, at its pinnacle, an industry-first curved edge screen to the introductory smartphone options, including the J, V and Y ranges, there is a wide choice of screen sizes and resolutions and internal specifications that will ensure whatever the budget or usage need there will be a Samsung smartphone to match.
New or used Samsung
Since 2009, Samsung has been a prolific phone manufacturer, introducing new phones and reiterations of phone ranges on an annual basis. This has resulted in one of the widest ranges of new and especially used phones from which to choose.
New phones are boxed and unopened and are generally available under the high street retail price recommendation. Used phones come in a variety of conditions with prices to match. In both cases it is recommended to read individual product descriptions.