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Standard User 2richard
(newbie) Thu 13-Feb-14 21:47:06
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Determining whether you're in EE's network area


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Please could someone confirm whether the following is the correct method for determining whether you're in EE's network area?:

  1. Navigate to the Shop > Home broadband page on EE's web site.
  2. Go to the Check your broadband speed & availability section.
  3. Enter your telephone number and postcode.
  4. Ensure I am an existing T-Mobile, Orange or EE mobile phone customer is ticked.
  5. Press Check now.
  6. Wait until a list of addresses is presented and then choose your address.
  7. Wait until you are directed to a new page.
  8. Check the price of the cheapest package (at the bottom of the page). If the price is £6.00, then you're in EE's network area. If the price is £21.00, then you're not in EE's network area.


Thanks in advance. smile

Edited by 2richard (Fri 14-Feb-14 00:00:07)

Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 13-Feb-14 23:11:35
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Re: Determining whether you're in EE's network area


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Spot on! Altho' I had a feeling that the surcharge for out of area was now £15. Here's my definition of EE's network area: http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/freeserve/t/4206584...

I used your method, using a postcode and arbitary address near exchange to confirm my findings.

1999: Freeserve 48K Dial-Up => 2005: Wanadoo 1 Meg BB => 2007: Orange 2 Meg BB => 2008: Orange 8 Meg LLU => 2010: Orange 16 Meg LLU => 2011: Orange 20 Meg WBC
Standard User 2richard
(newbie) Thu 13-Feb-14 23:46:38
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Re: Determining whether you're in EE's network area


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Thanks! I've corrected the non-network-area price in the instructions for the benefit of others.

I've actually read the post you referenced before, but I found it confusing, and wasn't sure whether it was still accurate.

Edited by 2richard (Fri 14-Feb-14 00:05:32)


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Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 13-Feb-14 23:49:21
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Re: Determining whether you're in EE's network area


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I only had a feeling that it was £15. Did you confirm it?

1999: Freeserve 48K Dial-Up => 2005: Wanadoo 1 Meg BB => 2007: Orange 2 Meg BB => 2008: Orange 8 Meg LLU => 2010: Orange 16 Meg LLU => 2011: Orange 20 Meg WBC
Standard User 2richard
(newbie) Thu 13-Feb-14 23:51:40
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Re: Determining whether you're in EE's network area


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Yes.
Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Fri 14-Feb-14 00:41:11
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Re: Determining whether you're in EE's network area


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Every time since when I have been asked if some poster here is in or out of area, my definition has still checked out.

I provide a link to a hidden spreadsheet of Orange LLU exchanges as was:
  1. If your exchange is in that list, you are In-Area,
  2. Otherwise if your exchange is Market 2 according to //www.samknows.com/broadband/exchange_search, you are In-Area,
  3. Otherwise, you are Out-of-Area


1999: Freeserve 48K Dial-Up => 2005: Wanadoo 1 Meg BB => 2007: Orange 2 Meg BB => 2008: Orange 8 Meg LLU => 2010: Orange 16 Meg LLU => 2011: Orange 20 Meg WBC

Edited by XRaySpeX (Fri 14-Feb-14 00:58:30)

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