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EE Home 38 Meg Unlimited Fibre Broadband from £28.50 (£21.95 pm after cashback etc) + 5GB mobile data per month using £125 from TCB 18 month deal £513.00 term

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£513.00 @ EE Broadband
Various deals on Fibre starting from £28.50 per month - Free connection + 5GB mobile data per month (worth £10) and free weekend calls. £7 Delivery charge for Router 15 working days till live a…
Various deals on Fibre starting from £28.50 per month - Free connection + 5GB mobile data per month (worth £10) and free weekend calls. £7 Delivery charge for Router 15 working days till live a…
Dawsy Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago3 Comments
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yozzer
Think this is a good deal, is it not??
I thought so, was offered £30 for same with SKY (No 5GB Mobile Data or cashback) - Offered same price with Talktalk £28.50 but also no 5GB mobile data or cashback)
I was paying £17.50 to Sky for "Line Rental" and FREE 20GB Broadband (For having Sky Sports)
So for £4.45 a month more I'm getting double speed and 5GB Mobile data.. (Data worth £10 per Month according to EE)


Edited By: Dawsy on Jan 16, 2017 18:52
Think this is a good deal, is it not??
Always cracks me up when they put fibre and then a **** few MB/s speed in the same advert.
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EE broadband retention deal £13pm for home broadband with unlimited weekends and 08 nos etc

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Phoned EE as id finished my current BB contract and they offered me broadband at £24pm and as a loyalty bonus £-11pm so £13pm for home broadband with unlimited weekends and 08 nos etc.Also have mobile…
Phoned EE as id finished my current BB contract and they offered me broadband at £24pm and as a loyalty bonus £-11pm so £13pm for home broadband with unlimited weekends and 08 nos etc.Also have mobile…
buckham_uk Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago18 Comments
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For users on BTWholsale only (Market 1), AKA Non LLU, AKA Non Unbundled, AKA Off Net, AKA Out of Area exchanges such as mine, I qoute from EE:
'We do traffic manage our off-net broadband services at peak times, which may mean slowing down some services that consume a lot of bandwidth but are less time critical, like file sharing. Typically our peak hours are weekdays between 4.30pm and 1am, and at weekends between 1.30pm and 1am. During this time you may find that we manage the following types of traffic:
P2P / Newsgroups
Web browsing
Web downloads
Streaming
Unknown traffic'
So they throttle pretty much everything I and pretty much anybody else wants the internet for, at the time that the majority want to use it, in my case down to 2Mb/s and that more resembles a 'Capped' speed as I can't get over that except for the Ookla speed test and Steam downloads - 'thinkbroadband' HTTPx6 is limited to max 2Mb/s during 'Peak Hours', also gaming ping times spike really badly.
EE's speeds are siht!
For users on BTWholsale only (Market 1), AKA Non LLU, AKA Non Unbundled, AKA Off Net, AKA Out of Area exchanges such as mine, I qoute from EE:

'We do traffic manage our off-net broadband services at peak times, which may mean slowing down some services that consume a lot of bandwidth but are less time critical, like file sharing. Typically our peak hours are weekdays between 4.30pm and 1am, and at weekends between 1.30pm and 1am. During this time you may find that we manage the following types of traffic:

P2P / Newsgroups
Web browsing
Web downloads
Streaming
Unknown traffic'

So they throttle pretty much everything I and pretty much anybody else wants the internet for, at the time that the majority want to use it, in my case down to 2Mb/s and that more resembles a 'Capped' speed as I can't get over that except for the Ookla speed test and Steam downloads - 'thinkbroadband' HTTPx6 is limited to max 2Mb/s during 'Peak Hours', also gaming ping times spike really badly.
why is this cold? seems like a great deal?
doesn't include the service charge for 084/087, only the access charge
Great deal.
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