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ISP EE UK Cuts Home Broadband and Phone Prices for June 2018

Monday, June 4th, 2018 (3:02 pm) - Score 5,250
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Internet and mobile provider EE has today reduced the price of their fixed line home broadband and phone (line rental) bundles, which will be available to new customers who order before 25th June 2018 and will then last for the first 18 months of service before returning to normal.

Subscribers typically receive unlimited usage, an included wireless router, phone line rental (standard call rates), UK and Ireland based customer support, a 5GB mobile data boost (only if you’re an EE pay monthly mobile customer), free setup and if you need a new line installed then this may attract a one-off £30 charge.

Broadband (10Mbps Average)
PRICE: £19 a month for the first 18 months (£30 thereafter)

Fibre Broadband (36Mbps Average)
PRICE: £26 a month for the first 18 months (£35 thereafter)

Fibre Plus Broadband (67Mbps Average)
PRICE: £30 a month for the first 18 months (£40 thereafter)

Fibre Max Broadband (67Mbps Average)*
PRICE: £42 a month for the first 18 months (£52.50 thereafter)

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

Customers can optionally add a Pay TV service or various free UK call allowances on top for a few extra pounds per month.

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10 Responses
  1. Avatar 3G Infinity (now 4G going on 5G)

    Why just June, why not all year round?

  2. Avatar Simon

    That’s good especially if you have a max plan – 50GB a month extra is a good deal – this is also on Quidco

  3. Avatar Norman white

    If ee is that good why am I paying for waiting for network all the time have no cover most days unless I’m out and about using free WiFi nightime no cover unless I sit in the garden fed up paying for crap service

  4. Avatar Jonathan

    Why is it broadband providers can’t upgrade their lines so fed up of paying 1080 prices for 720 quality with fast download but terrible upload speeds I don’t see ee fixing that problem like most other .uk providers we are still in the dark ages to our neighbours France Germany

  5. Avatar Margaret Thatcher

    It is very important to keep a close eye on the broadband suppliers who cover the area where you are living. You may be astounded to find that a supplier that a companion who lives only a couple of miles away is with probably won’t have the capacity to give broadband to your home. While this not the worst case scenario, i am trying to find a way to make a suitable website where any one can find or compare smartphones or the deals we get from many data suppliers. For that i am thinking about using RevGlue system for it. If anyone had use it already then please guide me about it that if it is good or bad. i have found most of the info about this system from here http://www.revglue(.)com/blog-detail/13-setup-free-uk-mobile-comparison-website.Starting at 23 May, the ASA has issued new broadband speed claims direction that will give you a substantially more precise portrayal of the speed you can anticipate from the broadband bundle you pick.
    The change takes after investigation into shoppers’ comprehension of broadband speed claims, which found that purchasers are being deluded by promoting from network access suppliers (ISPs). Presently, ISPs need to promote the middle download speed estimated at top time or more than 24 hours, or a scope of download speeds accessible to the twentieth to 80th percentile of clients estimated at top time or more than 24 hours.

  6. Avatar EE contact Phone Number UK

    Hi, Nice blog..
    very informative, I also found some great blogs which contains all the EE customer service numbers. you can refer the blog https://24-7helpline.co.uk

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