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Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 (11:32 am) - Score 1,776
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New and upgrading customers who take one of EE‘s “Smart4G and 5G tablet, laptop or data SIM (mobile broadband) plans can now optionally choose from an additional Smart Benefit to add in the shape of Microsoft’s 365 Personal office software, which can be used on up to 5 devices across Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android systems.

The Microsoft 365 Personal subscription typically provides customers with access to Office Premium apps, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook, as well as access to Skype and 1TB (TeraByte) of OneDrive cloud storage. This could be handy given the current trend of working from home.

Customers on these plans will also benefit from the recently announced Stay Connected service, which effectively gives you unlimited data but at a reduced connection speed. It works by automatically switching on once a customer has used up all their monthly data allowance, but the catch is that it will drop your mobile broadband speeds back to just 0.5Mbps (2Mbps if you’re an NHS Worker).

Alternatively, there are other “Smart Benefits” to choose from, such as one for Netflix viewing, as well as BT Sport Ultimate access, the Roam Abroad Pass (i.e. using your allowance in various other counties) and the Video Data Pass, which enables you to stream content from various platforms without eating into your data allowance.

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5 Responses
  1. eM says:

    I was expecting to see a price. Is it a free add-on then?

    1. Billy Nomates says:

      might just disappear randomly. like my BT Sport add-on that I had last month as an add-on and now has disappeared and it says i’m using zero add-ons and it’s not in the list of available ones either.

      no warning. no mention. So consider them ephemeral.

    2. Lexx says:

      Addons (the ones that are part of your contract) don’t just randomly go away

      EE do have 30day and 3 month trials on some of them

    3. Billy Nomates says:

      Yeah I’m totally lying about it. Could prove it but nah I must be lying .

    4. long time ex employee says:

      Bill if you had it previously it should show on your previous bills if you download them. Or call 150 and there will be a note on your account if it was and has been removed / expired.

      Free BT sport is a smart benefit on select plans too so you can change these via the app I believe if you hadn’t removed it yourself by accident. Get in contact with them.

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