From today, EE Windows Phone users in the UK can now take advantage of a new service launched by the network called EE Tickets. For those of you that like to go to music concerts, theatre shows etc., you can sign up with the new service and receive notifications when new deals are available. With many tickets being offered at a discounted rate what's not to like?
With EE selling both high and low-end Windows Phones, plus the fact that they have the largest 4G coverage in the UK, I'm fairly sure the new service will be a big hit.
Of course – Orange and T-Mobile customers can still get a slice of the pie as they all fall under the same EE umbrella.
Monday 10th February, 2014 – EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, has launched EE Tickets, a new curated ticket service for customers that covers a broad range of events and gigs from across music, theatre, comedy, sport and family friendly attractions.
The site, in partnership with Last Second Tickets, offers a free personalized alerts service for those who register details around where they like to go out and what kind of events they would like to attend with users also able to choose how often they receive updates. Many tickets are offered at a discounted rate via the site and it is open to all customers, whether on an EE, Orange or T-Mobile plan.
EE Director of Propositions, Simeon Bird said: “EE Tickets is a significant evolution of our hugely successful ticket site, Orange Fun Finder, which will now be available to all EE customers. The new site design will make it even easier to find tickets to the things our customers love – often at a great discount – all they have to do is tell us where they want to go out and what they like. EE Tickets is another opportunity for us to add fantastic value to our customer offering.”
Top events available from launch include: McBusted feat. Backstreet Boys, John Bishop - The Supersonic Tour and the Dancing on Ice - The Final Tour.
For more information head on over to tickets.ee.co.uk
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