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EE Broadband & Anytime Calls - £5.00 Mth after £132 Line Rental Paid upfront

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I phoned ee today to request my MAC code for our home broadband (adsl max). I told them that I was looking to move provider as I thought I was currently paying too much. They offered me the following … Read More
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I phoned ee today to request my MAC code for our home broadband (adsl max). I told them that I was looking to move provider as I thought I was currently paying too much. They offered me the following if I paid the line rental upfront (£132 for 12 months) £5 a month for unlimted broadband and anytime & mobile & international calls. If I didn't want the anytime calls they offered me the weekend & mobile & international calls calls for £2 month.

I asked him for an Amazon voucher but he says that EE don't give out away vouchers themselves. He told me that it's only NEW customers that signup via a 3rd party that receive the vouchers.

He is phoning me back to tomorrow to see if im going for it. I'm happy enough with the speed as it suits our needs. Has anyone been offered anything better?
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#1
I would have switched to another operator and got full cashback. i.e. I recently switched to BT
through TCB and got £165 cashback. unlimited bb and w/end calls cost £5 p.m.
plus I get a Sainsbury's voucher (which is on it's way) Paid the line rent upfront so it was essentially free
#2
webbrowser
Has anyone been offered anything better?
Yes, but that was a long time ago now :)
1 Like #3
Check out the reviews on EE home services before you jump ship!
#4
You won't get a better deal for BB and anytime UK calls, 1000 UK mobile minutes and international calls. How many international destinations they have included?
I have old deal when they moved customers from Orange to EE - only 500 mobile minutes but 65 international destinations.
#5
i agree I would have gone elsewhere with prob over £100+ cashback, not really a deal to be honest what u had
#6
senukas
You won't get a better deal for BB and anytime UK calls, 1000 UK mobile minutes and international calls. How many international destinations they have included?
I have old deal when they moved customers from Orange to EE - only 500 mobile minutes but 65 international destinations.

plusnet have £90 cashback + £70 cashback, broadband only £2.50 anytime calls just £5,
#7
hosepiper
Check out the reviews on EE home services before you jump ship!

Not long escaped EE.
#8
Take it before bt takeover
#9
n1ttygr1tty
senukas
You won't get a better deal for BB and anytime UK calls, 1000 UK mobile minutes and international calls. How many international destinations they have included?
I have old deal when they moved customers from Orange to EE - only 500 mobile minutes but 65 international destinations.

plusnet have £90 cashback + £70 cashback, broadband only £2.50 anytime calls just £5,
Sure if you need landline just for BB then you can get it cheaper and jump ships every 18-24 months with cashback deals. I need landline to make calls as well, my international calls alone vary between 5-8 hours/month so Plusnet is really dead end here. I had numerous calls during last few years from different companies trying get my business but after hearing the deal all said there is no way they can do such price let alone better it.
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senukas
n1ttygr1tty
senukas
You won't get a better deal for BB and anytime UK calls, 1000 UK mobile minutes and international calls. How many international destinations they have included?
I have old deal when they moved customers from Orange to EE - only 500 mobile minutes but 65 international destinations.

plusnet have £90 cashback + £70 cashback, broadband only £2.50 anytime calls just £5,
Sure if you need landline just for BB then you can get it cheaper and jump ships every 18-24 months .

I jump ship every 12 months, not sure where u got 24 months from, id never sign up to a 24 month broadband contract, be it broadband or line rental
#11
My contract with virgin media is coming to end in jan any better deals someone could suggest for broad band or all the 3 a package
#12
My new Ee phone line went dead for an hour today.

If you want a laugh, pretend you are on ee and search for a phone number to report a dead line....
If you think you have found the right place, follow it through and see where it gets you.
#13
mcormack
I would have switched to another operator and got full cashback. i.e. I recently switched to BT
through TCB and got £165 cashback. unlimited bb and w/end calls cost £5 p.m.
plus I get a Sainsbury's voucher (which is on it's way) Paid the line rent upfront so it was essentially free

Is the deal still there
#14
Check Top Cashback or Quidco, as the rates fluctuate . Best way is just to search "broadband" in both sites and find the best offer. I will be switching again next December when my contract expires.
#15
towercourt
My contract with virgin media is coming to end in jan any better deals someone could suggest for broad band or all the 3 a package

I change mine every 12 months, and get cashback either with Quidco or Topcashback depending on who has the better offer..
just look at both what rates they have, then look at what deals are on offer with the isp companys, then decide whats best for you. very rarely do retention offers beat cashback rates with the above mentioned. (at least not what ive been offered to stay in the past anyway)
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I miss TT that is how bad EE is..... be careful.
#17
Service should hopefully get better once BT take over very soon. Currently EE are rubbish
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I'm getting terrible service from EE on their landline broadband. I used to have O2 which was great, stable at 7Mb. They were bought out by Sky which had a few moments of disconnection but was good at 7Mb. Now since switching to EE, I have regular dropouts and speed is now 3Mb. Every time it drops out I vow to demand cancellation without charge but haven't gone through with it yet. Phoned technical support which has improved things a bit so shows it could have been better from the off. Just keep reminding myself it's only £2.50 a month and got cashback. Can't wait till I leave.

Edited By: dearley1231 on Dec 18, 2014 21:05
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towercourt
My contract with virgin media is coming to end in jan any better deals someone could suggest for broad band or all the 3 a package

I moved from virgin as I could not stand their pricing tactics any longer. Their broadband was great but at a very high price. I was paying £57 for 100mbit broadband + phone + anytime calls + caller id (yes the cheeky chaps charge £3 for it) + very basic TV. I've now switched to BT. Paid £159 line rental (12 mth for 10) + anytime calls + caller id (free) + ~£30 installation + £16pm for 7MBit broadband + BT TV (including BT sport) +£200 cashback (Quidco) + £50 sainsburys voucher. That gives me a net deal of £100 for all that stuff and don't have to deal with virgin's underhand con tactics on pricing where they give you a loyalty discount to stay an increase their price 2 months later. Virgin broadband is great but they are a terrible company to deal with.

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