Recordings To Go was launched in March and allowed customers to watch recordings of their favourite shows while out and about. The feature has been axed following “discussions with content rights-holders”.
Created from the merger of T-Mobile and Orange, EE was the UK's first 4G mobile phone network and now has more 4G customers than its rivals.
The phone is free on a £16.99 per month, 24 month contract which comes with 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of mobile data each month. Existing customers can get get the same tariff for £14.99.
EE says it’s “firmly on track” to reach its target of 14m 4G customers by the end of the year after signing up 1.7m new connections in the three months ending March 31st.
The UK’s biggest mobile network has announced two new models which support both 4G and its new WiFi Calling feature which lets users make and receive calls even when they have no mobile signal.