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EE UK Cut 38Mbps and 76Mbps Fibre Home Broadband Prices for XMas

Saturday, December 23rd, 2017 (12:01 am) - Score 1,630

Internet and mobile provider EE appears to have discounted the monthly prices of their top Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC / VDSL2) based unlimited 38Mbps and 76Mbps capable “fibre broadband” packages for the Christmas and New Year period, which shaves a few extra pounds off the rental.

New customers typically receive unlimited usage, an included wireless router (BrightBox 2), phone line rental, UK and Ireland based customer support, 5GB mobile data boost (if you’re an EE pay monthly mobile customer) and if your current ISP charges you to cancel then EE could give you £50 to help cover it.

Broadband (up to 17Mbps)
PRICE: £21.50 a month for the first 18 months (£30 thereafter) + £10 setup

Fibre Broadband (up to 38Mbps)
PRICE: £29 £25 a month for the first 18 months (£35 thereafter) + £35 setup

Fibre Plus Broadband (up to 76Mbps)
PRICE: £33 £31 a month for the first 18 months (£40 thereafter) + £35 setup

Fibre Max Broadband (up to 76Mbps)*
PRICE: £45 £43 a month for the first 18 months (£52.50 thereafter) + £35 setup

* Adds the Call Plus + Anytime UK and International calls add-ons.

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7 Responses
  1. Kits says:

    Why sign up for 18 month contract on ADSL when for a few pence more you can have same speed package on a rolling monthly contract.

    1. TomTom says:

      Because EE are a nasty company that will locked into 18 months to stop anyone to leave it without no penalty charge. EE are the worse company just like BT.

    2. Simon says:

      Why don’t you just use your real name Max? The grammar catches you EVERY time!

    3. eM says:

      Up until October they used to sell ADSL for £18.95 with £120 cashback on top – more than they gave for fibre at the time.
      I don’t think EE are a nasty company. I just can’t help but notice that companies are pushing fibre more, and “phase out” ADSL. Look at Vodafone’s pricing. If that continues, they’ll soon stop selling ADSL altogether.

    4. Mike says:

      No hes right they are an awful company, has got gradually worse and worse since the BT take over. The do not languish at near the bottom here for no reason https://www.ispreview.co.uk/review/top50.php

      DO NOT DO IT people, you will be trapped for 18 months by a horrid product.

    5. eM says:

      I was with them for 12 months… No hard feelings, it may not be the best support out there (they changed from Indian to English support that year), but internet was an improvement from TalkTalk.

  2. fergy says:

    I spoke to EE broadband, told them of the Voda 76mbps £24 month offer and they matched the offer, I had received the price increase email (1p connection fee increase!) and was within leave-penalty-free period. Now on a new 18 month contract £32 a month (76mbps + anytime calls to landline/mobiles) was previously paying £39, as always the price increase are not necessarily a negative thing. The services with EE have been fine too since I joined them in July 2017.

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