EE SWOT Analysis, Competitors, Segmentation, Target Market, Positioning & USP

Published by MBA Skool Team, Last Updated: April 12, 2020

SWOT analysis of EE analyses the brand/company with its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities & threats. In EE SWOT Analysis, the strengths and weaknesses are the internal factors whereas opportunities and threats are the external factors.

SWOT Analysis is a proven management framework which enables a brand like EE to benchmark its business & performance as compared to the competitors and industry. As of 2020, EE is one of the leading brands in the telecom service providers sector.

The table below lists the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats), top EE competitors and includes EE target market, segmentation, positioning & Unique Selling Proposition (USP).

EE SWOT Analysis, Competitors, Segmentation, Target Market, Positioning, USP & Brand Analysis Table
EE Brand Analysis
Parent Company

(earlier Everything Everywhere) Deustche Telecom (50%) & Orange(50%)

Category

Telecommunications

Sector

Telecom Service Providers

Tagline/ Slogan

No other network is bigger, faster & more reliable

USP

4G services market leader & first mover

EE STP
EE Segmentation

Fixed line and mobile telephony, broadband

EE Target Market

Businesses

EE Positioning

Positioned as UK’s biggest 4G network

EE SWOT Analysis
EE Strengths

Below are the Strengths in the SWOT Analysis of EE:

1. More than 27 million customers somce its existence.

2. main strengths of EE is the largest coverage, including biggest 3G network across the UK

3. the company operates the largest amount of retail stores, 570+ (including 100 franchise stores), which located on the high streets and shopping malls

4. EE launched 4G service long before other rivals that allowed giving access to over 70 % of UK population, making it the market leader.

5. Sponsorship of big football and movie events increases brand visibility

EE Weaknesses

Here are the weaknesses in the EE SWOT Analysis:

1. Brand recall is very week due its recent launch compared with established brand names.

2. EE is mainly targeting the business segment and thus losing out on individual consumers

EE Opportunities

Following are the Opportunities in EE SWOT Analysis:

1. Growing market for telecommunication industry
2. Great platform of B2B business growth for EE, especially with its broad 4G services.
3. Increased smart phone ownership and increased mobile phone usage

4. As the market leader of 4G service, it can boost its revenue by selling more 4G enabled phones and through post-pay contracts.

EE Threats

The threats in the SWOT Analysis of EE are as mentioned:

1.  Future growth potential of 4G may lead to intensive competition which might result in EE losing its market share & position

2. Increased number of IT attacks on mobile phones can discourage customers from using the data functions on their handsets that

will significantly affect the company’s margins
3.  Introduction of various VoIP and instant messenger applications for  phones can significantly decrease the use of EE voice services

EE Competition
Competitors

Below are the top 4 EE competitors:

1. Vodafone group plc

2. O2

3. Hutchison 3g uk limited

4. Telefonica uk ltd

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