EE offering broadband for all!
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.