EE offering broadband for all!

ee EE is rolling out its broadband service to non-mobile phone customers for the first time.

The EE Home and Fibre Broadband customers, signing up to 12 month contracts at £2.50 a month for unlimited broadband and free weekend calls. After that it's £9.95 a month.

Superfast EE Fibre (speed of up to 38 MB) is available as a top-up for £5 a month for three months and comes with a free connection which EE values at £50.

And there's more, if you're tempted.

There's the incentive of a £100 buy-out of existing broadband contracts, along with two years of Norton 360 internet security, with a free first year, and then at half price for year two.

They'll also get access to EE Wednesdays (two-for-one cinema tickets) and a '241' Pizza Express deal.

For households with lots of internet-enabled devices and EE mobiles (such as laptops, smartphones and tablets) a package comprising 76MB Fibre, unlimited landline calls, 1,000 mobile minutes and international calls to 30 destinations is available for £20 for the first three months (then £34.95 a month).

All of these offers are excluding line rental which will be charged at £11 a month for those choosing to pay for 12 months upfront (£132). To pay monthly, the cost rises to £15.75.

Weighing it up alongside other deals, Sky currently has a home broadband offer for £5 a month (plus £15.40 line rental). This includes a £25 M&S voucher and speeds of up to 17Mbps, so on par with EE's £2.50 per month offering.

Tbh, a £25 M&S voucher sounds a little bit crap as an incentive, but they do nice underwear and you could stock up on Percy Pigs, so swings and roundabouts.


  • Line R.
    Plus £15.75 line rental!
  • Skullfucker
    Avoid this company like the fucking plague!
  • God
    We lost our EE phone-line and BB last month; at no point during the 8 day outage did we get a straight answer from EE over the problem, or a time-scale on getting it fixed. Still, it seems they eventually fitted us up to some new kit, as the speed of the restored line is triple that of the original line.
  • samuri
    38mb is not superfast.

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