Just as Talk Talk makes a grab so EE also targets small business .
EE has opted for flexibility in its targeting of the UK SME broadband sector.
The firm said a survey found that while 69% of small businesses predict double-digit growth in 2015, under half believe they’re poorly equipped to scale because of limited technology, skilled staff and office space.
"Our research shows Britain’s small businesses are expecting growth in the next year, but many worry they don’t have the resources to scale to meet that change," said EE’s director of small businesses Mike Tomlison.
The plan boasts inclusive calls and texts to and from the US and Europe, as well as the ability to add other key markets and individual data-usage limits for each individual.
There is also potential use for projects related to the Internet of Things as items, such as GPS receivers, are added to networks for a short period of time.
It starts from £10 per month and comes with five free licenses for mobility management tool MobileIron.
The announcement comes after EE said last week it would increase 4G speeds to 400Mbps at Wembley Stadium alongside plans to roll out 300Mbps speeds across London next year.