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Montala
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Mobile phone conectivity?

Hi,

I currently have 3 mobile numbers with EE, but because I have virtually no mobile signal indoors, I am using an EE 'Signal Box' which, through an internet connection (70 Mb/sec), gives me excellent coverage.

Now that I am a BT 'Plus' customer I would like to switch these over to BT, (who have already offered me a better deal, but as the phone I currently use does not support Wi-Fi calling, I am wondering if the EE Signal Box would 'work' OK with BT SIM's or would I have to buy a BT 'Signal Assist' box, which actually looks very similar to my EE one?

It is always possible I suppose that the lovely people at BT (who now of course own EE anyway!) would give me one free, but I shan't hold my breath on that one!

Thanks! Smiley Happy

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Andy005
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Re: Mobile phone conectivity?

Hi @Montala, EE sims work on the BT Signal assist unit and as BT is a MVNO on EE, you would expect that BT sims would work on your EE network.

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