EE upgrades with EIB loan

The finance arm of the UK’s largest mobile phone company, EE, has signed a £350m five year loan from the European Investment Bank as the firm looks to build its 3G and 4G mobile network.

  • 06 Dec 2012
EE —which changed its name from Everything Everywhere in September — has had a busy year in the capital markets. The firm made its debut in the bond market with a €500m five year in January before returning for a £450m seven year note in March and €600m ...

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