£150 cashback via Topcashback on EE Home broadband/Fibre packages
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£150 cashback via Topcashback on EE Home broadband/Fibre packages

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
Got an email about this, also extra 5GB of data for existing EE mobile customers
topcashback.co.uk/ee-…rs/

Unlimited Broadband & Weekend Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Unlimited Broadband & Anytime Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Unlimited Broadband, TV & Weekend Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Unlimited Broadband, TV & Anytime Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Plus, TV & Weekend Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Plus, TV & anytime calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Plus & weekend calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Plus & Anytime Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Broadband & Weekend Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Broadband & Anytime Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Broadband, TV & Weekend Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
Fibre Broadband, TV & Anytime Calls
Exclusive Offer£150.00
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When does the offer end ?
This is a great deal. I was with EE Broadband for 2 years and can't fault them.

All runs on BT Wholesale - so service will be directly comparable to Plusnet or BT themselves. All UK call centres.
Also - worth considering if you have a couple of months left on your contract - they'll pay cancellation fees up to £50:
50credit.ee.co.uk/
If you are an EE mobile customer are you classed as a new customer for broadband if taking fibre?
GDawes20 m ago

If you are an EE mobile customer are you classed as a new customer for …If you are an EE mobile customer are you classed as a new customer for broadband if taking fibre?


Yes, in my experience.
Yes it does, I signed up recently and you could get an extra 5gb data on your mobile if you are already in an EE phone contract as well.
It's all right with £150 cashback it's not a certainty with cashback and how much is the package then and is it 12 months contract
im seeing £125
Wouldnt touch them with a shitty stick. A few years back i went with them and ended up with no phone or broadband for 8 weeks.
£28.50
a month for 12 months
£21.00
a month for 18 months
then £28.50 a month

£7 router delivery.
Prices shown include line rental
Why does the link take me to Three's website? Ha
Pretty poor feedback on payout in reviews on Quidco for EE broadband. Shame.
Matholwch7 m ago

Pretty poor feedback on payout in reviews on Quidco for EE broadband. …Pretty poor feedback on payout in reviews on Quidco for EE broadband. Shame.


Good job its through TopCashback then....
Didn't payout topcashback when i took ADSL with them. Didn't take the line rental in one go either to get the saving despite it being on the confirmation email. This was never resolved. Almost lost my phone numbet of 30 odd years despite saying on confirmation it would remain the same. Slow speeds, fault on the line identified but took 3 weeks for them to get openreach out to fix. Icing on the cake was them trying to charge a fee for me ending the contract early on the grounds of poor service. I sent a recorded delivery letter to the complaints dept and the guy behind me in the queue was a teacher at the local comp, he was talking to a collegue about the school being billed 6k by EE for servers and fibre that they had never had.
I would say avoid EE, try the BT deal instead. In the end i did get a cheque for £50 from them but i'd never go back
matth51821 h, 1 m ago

Didn't payout topcashback when i took ADSL with them. Didn't take the line …Didn't payout topcashback when i took ADSL with them. Didn't take the line rental in one go either to get the saving despite it being on the confirmation email. This was never resolved. Almost lost my phone numbet of 30 odd years despite saying on confirmation it would remain the same. Slow speeds, fault on the line identified but took 3 weeks for them to get openreach out to fix. Icing on the cake was them trying to charge a fee for me ending the contract early on the grounds of poor service. I sent a recorded delivery letter to the complaints dept and the guy behind me in the queue was a teacher at the local comp, he was talking to a collegue about the school being billed 6k by EE for servers and fibre that they had never had.I would say avoid EE, try the BT deal instead. In the end i did get a cheque for £50 from them but i'd never go back


Thanks for the update.
I've got a contract with Sky until mid December, do you guys know how much I would be charged if I leave early by any chance?
Dnt know if this has been listed as a deal but on my unidays there is 20% off every phone monthly plan plus 500mb.
matth51821 h, 34 m ago

Didn't payout topcashback when i took ADSL with them. Didn't take the line …Didn't payout topcashback when i took ADSL with them. Didn't take the line rental in one go either to get the saving despite it being on the confirmation email. This was never resolved. Almost lost my phone numbet of 30 odd years despite saying on confirmation it would remain the same. Slow speeds, fault on the line identified but took 3 weeks for them to get openreach out to fix. Icing on the cake was them trying to charge a fee for me ending the contract early on the grounds of poor service. I sent a recorded delivery letter to the complaints dept and the guy behind me in the queue was a teacher at the local comp, he was talking to a collegue about the school being billed 6k by EE for servers and fibre that they had never had.I would say avoid EE, try the BT deal instead. In the end i did get a cheque for £50 from them but i'd never go back



EE did lose my home phone number. Never ever again.
AVOID! Took this deal last time and they never paid out. Only reason I went with EE was TCB! Never again
when does the offer expire please, as i need to check things out before i switch
I took ee adsl a few weeks ago cancelled during cool off period. Before I cancelled I spoke with there cancellation dept. If my upfront line rental of 315 pounds would be refunded. They confirmed that it would be. Is 3 weeks now they have charged me the line rental and today got billed again for the month. Looking forward to uphill battle to get my money back. Avoid!
mickael281 h, 48 m ago

I've got a contract with Sky until mid December, do you guys know how much …I've got a contract with Sky until mid December, do you guys know how much I would be charged if I leave early by any chance?

52 quid I have just done it
Good luck with getting the Cashback. Had to raise a ticket for mine as it didn't track then they tried to fob me off with £50 instead of the the full £150. This was back in February and I'm still waiting. Funny how small purchases track fine but the big ones don't.
whymark106 h, 21 m ago

Good luck with getting the Cashback. Had to raise a ticket for mine as it …Good luck with getting the Cashback. Had to raise a ticket for mine as it didn't track then they tried to fob me off with £50 instead of the the full £150. This was back in February and I'm still waiting. Funny how small purchases track fine but the big ones don't.

I raised a ticket as well but they just fobed me off saying it's EE refusing to pay out
I don't have any issues with the actual broadband but these days you go with a provider that offers biggest cashback / gift card. Will be back to BT when this contract ends. They always offer prepaid mastercards, no messing around.
padamowicz933 h, 29 m ago

I don't have any issues with the actual broadband but these days you go …I don't have any issues with the actual broadband but these days you go with a provider that offers biggest cashback / gift card. Will be back to BT when this contract ends. They always offer prepaid mastercards, no messing around.


Talking about everything, I got one of those pre-paid cards a while ago and I'm about to finish it. What is one suppose to do after that? ie, do you need to contact the company and try to cancel it to remove your details from their site and invalidate the card? or just leave it without balance and forget about it better?
mickael281 h, 20 m ago

Talking about everything, I got one of those pre-paid cards a while ago …Talking about everything, I got one of those pre-paid cards a while ago and I'm about to finish it. What is one suppose to do after that? ie, do you need to contact the company and try to cancel it to remove your details from their site and invalidate the card? or just leave it without balance and forget about it better?

Forget about it
now its £125.00
Been with ee for a few months, home phone + fibre, havent had any issues, spoken to their customer services and everytime they've been good. i'm even using their original router, speeds are great. Left my previous ISP due to price increase so joined ee with quidco £160 cashback which has tracked hopefully it'll be paid before the next ee price increase!
Don't go with EE they are garbage. The bright router is garbage or the llu equipment is garbage or both. Kept dropping out made streaming impossible. Refused to repair line unless I paid 60 which disappeared at deathbed renewal. Total bar stewards. Ironic as now on the 32gb 14.50 which is superb. Summary mobile yes landline nono. That 32 was on 5, 10, 15, 20 months ago it's due
Been with them a few months and they are a breath of fresh air. Getting faster speeds than Virgin's oversubscribed 200mb scam for half the price.

Wireless firestick upstairs works perfectly, Ethernet connected fire t.v. downstairs. Connection never drops. Getting the full 80mb which streams everything fine while using tablets at the same time.

Just paid out 150 cashback, was only expecting 125!
Guys, if I do have account with EE with 3 phone contracts do they extend 5GB data per EE account or on all phone contracts on my account?
alex_uk14 m ago

Guys, if I do have account with EE with 3 phone contracts do they extend …Guys, if I do have account with EE with 3 phone contracts do they extend 5GB data per EE account or on all phone contracts on my account?


Just one account unfortunately
Templar_1017th Aug 2017

Just one account unfortunately

Thank you for reply and info
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How odd, they've completely removed themselves from all the cashback platforms. A bit of an about turn offering £150 one week and then nothing the next.
Looks like TCB for EE is back again
Only at £50 for ADSL which is a shame.
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