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EE UK Offers 6 Months Half Price FTTC Superfast Fibre Broadband

Posted Thursday, May 1st, 2014 (11:37 am) by Mark Jackson (Score 333)
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EE has made their superfast “Unlimited Fibre Broadband” (FTTC) packages, which offer download speeds of up to 76Mbps and currently benefit from a reduced one-off connection fee of £25, even cheaper by extending the existing 3 months half-price promotion to last for 6 months (hard luck if you signed up last month).

As usual all of EE’s Home Broadband packages require customers to take their line rental service from £15.40 per month or £11.00 a month if you pay 12 months upfront. The broadband prices below also include a £10.00 per month discount for EE, T-Mobile and Orange mobile customers (i.e. everybody else pays £10 more).

Unlimited Fibre Broadband (up to 38mbps) + UK Weekend Calls
PRICE: £8 a month for the first 6 months (£16 thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Broadband (up to 38mbps) + UK Anytime and Mobile Calls
PRICE: £10.50 a month for the first 6 months (£21 thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Broadband (up to 76mbps) + UK Weekend Calls
PRICE: £13 a month for the first 6 months (£26 thereafter)

Unlimited Fibre Broadband (up to 76mbps) + UK Anytime and Mobile Calls
PRICE: £15.50 a month for the first 6 months (£31 thereafter)

The ISPs page doesn’t say it but there’s an 18 month contract attached to EE’s “Fibre” packages. Subscribers will also get 12 months of McAfee internet security, access to the online EE Film streaming service and of course 2 for 1 cinema tickets every Wednesday.

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  1. zemadeiran

    I am looking into taking up the EE fttc offer and have been given a total of:

    New Line Engineer Appointment: £60
    Fibre connection cost (half price) £25
    Line rental saver £132
    postage and packing £6
    6 months @ £13 = £78
    6 months @ £26 = £156

    Total: £457 on a 12 month contract

    The contract length was confirmed by an EE employee in store. The above is for EE’s top fttc package which although sounds good initially, the amounts do add up to nearly a MONKEY!

    On another note, I brought home EE’s 4G y800 mifi and am getting around 30mbps down and 15mbps up with an 8GB monthly allowance(It does vary…) This is on a one month rolling contract at £26 per month and I would not even bother with a land line if they offered me 40-50GB per month usage allowance.

    My only concern would be the CGNAT but saying that, ssh, sftp et all seem to be working ok.

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