24 hr deal - £149 cashback on EE Unlimited Standard Broadband (Effectively £8.72 - £3.16 per month) via Topcashback
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24 hr deal - £149 cashback on EE Unlimited Standard Broadband (Effectively £8.72 - £3.16 per month) via Topcashback

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Found 28th Sep 2017
Based on Moneysavingexpert EE braodband is one of the best deals out there - the icing on the cake is TCB is offering £149 cashback today.

  • Speed: Up to 17Mb
  • Download limit: Unlimited
  • Contract length: 18 months
  • Deal requires line rental? Yes
  • Inclusive calls? Weekend

If you pay upfront for the line rental, £299 for 18 months, they charge you £7 for router delivery and the total upfront cost is £306. That effectively is £8.72 per month for 18 months. Broadband is "free" for the first 18 months and £10/month after; so be prepared to search for a better deal after 18 months.

MSE says one gets a £100 prepaid MasterCard after 2 months, which if true would be additional cost savings - that is effectively £3.16/month.
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I see £21 per month
So thats 21x18=378. 378+£7 router=385. With £149 cash back, 385-149=236. 236 total cost for 18 months. 236/18=13.11 per month. What am i missing?
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linhang903 m ago

I see £21 per monthSo thats 21x18=378. 378+£7 router=385. With £149 cash …I see £21 per monthSo thats 21x18=378. 378+£7 router=385. With £149 cash back, 385-149=236. 236 total cost for 18 months. 236/18=13.11 per month. What am i missing?


Where do you see this? If you do not select the upfront £299 for line rental it is £18.50/month for line rental.

See more in MSE: moneysavingexpert.com/pho…and
I had this recently for couple of weeks and cancelled it due to poor bandwidth and dropping connection
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niko1 m ago

I had this recently for couple of weeks and cancelled it due to poor …I had this recently for couple of weeks and cancelled it due to poor bandwidth and dropping connection


Really? You got me concerned there....whereabouts are you niko?
Cancelled my EE after many years, was alright until something went wrong and spent virtually hours on the phone to the Indian call centre......nightmare! Changed to PlusNet.
isaha11 h, 28 m ago

Really? You got me concerned there....whereabouts are you niko?

My connection was in East Midlands and struggled to get 4mbps - when I complained they blamed copper wires to my house - I cancelled and subscribed to BT and miraculously am now getting 20mbps through the same copper wires to my house.
rav4cas46 m ago

Cancelled my EE after many years, was alright until something went wrong …Cancelled my EE after many years, was alright until something went wrong and spent virtually hours on the phone to the Indian call centre......nightmare! Changed to PlusNet.

Good luck. Dont think plusnets any better lok
Had PlusNet for 2 years now. Far better speeds. Only had a problem once, phoned the provider (in UK) was sorted the same day.
Been trying to sign up for a couple of weeks, keep getting "We are unable to validate the email address that you have provided. The correct contact details are required to send key information." . Tried various addresses, anyone else getting this? Tried the live support but that was (brain) dead.

Edit: Well, this is just astonishing, live chat asked if I have other emails addresses, said I'd tried about five others, they suggested a gmail address, which I do have, so tried that, and it worked. Unbelievable. EE Broadband is only available to selected web users.
Edited by: "LaTerciaReal" 28th Sep 2017
Do forget you have to pay £14 PM for TV extra to get £149.00 TCB cash back guys,
Edited by: "hotdealuser" 28th Sep 2017
isaha13 h, 44 m ago

Where do you see this? If you do not select the upfront £299 for line …Where do you see this? If you do not select the upfront £299 for line rental it is £18.50/month for line rental.See more in MSE: https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/cheap-broadband


Do forget you have to pay £14 PM for TV extra to get £149.00 TCB cash back guys,
I think for this MSE deal you have to go through the link on the MSE website. To get the TCB you need to click through the link in the TCB site. So it will be unusual for you to be able to get both deals as you'll only register through one of the links..
That's what I'm thinking but I could be wrong..
hotdealuser39 m ago

Do forget you have to pay £14 PM for TV extra to get £149.00 TCB cash b …Do forget you have to pay £14 PM for TV extra to get £149.00 TCB cash back guys,


I hope not. It says "including any extras", I read that as you can take the broadband, and, optionally, other extras. If mandatory it should say "when taken with any extras".
I have read it that its just standard broadband no need to take the tv ?
LaTerciaReal37 m ago

I hope not. It says "including any extras", I read that as you can take …I hope not. It says "including any extras", I read that as you can take the broadband, and, optionally, other extras. If mandatory it should say "when taken with any extras".

The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, if still not clear: you don't get Cashback if you choose standard broadband only. Hope it's more clear now
hotdealuser8 m ago

The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, …The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, if still not clear: you don't get Cashback if you choose standard broadband only. Hope it's more clear now


You're totally clear, the point I'm making is that the wording in TCB isn't! There'll be trouble if I don't get the cashback!
hotdealuser32 m ago

The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, …The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, if still not clear: you don't get Cashback if you choose standard broadband only. Hope it's more clear now


Is that just your interpretation of it? Where are the T&Cs that confirm that?
dagnammit, just signed up to broadband two weeks ago and gone live this very day> if only my sky had run out in a few weeks time id have gone for this and saved even more
ratsdomino48 m ago

dagnammit, just signed up to broadband two weeks ago and gone live this …dagnammit, just signed up to broadband two weeks ago and gone live this very day> if only my sky had run out in a few weeks time id have gone for this and saved even more


Cancel it
hotdealuser2 h, 28 m ago

The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, …The point I am making is you do not get Cashback, if you don't opt for TV, if still not clear: you don't get Cashback if you choose standard broadband only. Hope it's more clear now

Your talking b**ls, just signed up for BB only excluding TV and all other extras. Already have confirmation of £149 in my topcashback account
Mine says £50 pending, any ideas?
EE CS confirmed £100 M&S card is only via external website so it's either £149 cashback with TBC or £100 M&S card with MSE - no brainer
Got £149 pending - fingers crossed, plus with EE broadband got an extra 5GB 4G on my phone contract so have downgraded that one for a £5 monthly saving on top!
amk98981 h, 36 m ago

Mine says £50 pending, any ideas?


I've got £50 showing as pending too... bit of a worry
Expired, showing £50. £125 via Quidco
TCB £149 pending, thanks op
The topcashback site didn't half go slow at 10:50 this morning.
Ordered the EE deal. Currently in month 11 of a 12 month contract with BT. Just had an email from BT telling me there will be a £55 equipment charge for leaving early. I thought you were free to move in the last month without penalty, and, anyway, it'll be paid up, so how can they justify this? Also, I spoke to them a few days ago about cancelling and what would happen if I got another provider to take over the line...and they said the only charge would be the remaining monthly charge to the end of the contract.
LaTerciaReal7 h, 37 m ago

Ordered the EE deal. Currently in month 11 of a 12 month contract with BT. …Ordered the EE deal. Currently in month 11 of a 12 month contract with BT. Just had an email from BT telling me there will be a £55 equipment charge for leaving early. I thought you were free to move in the last month without penalty, and, anyway, it'll be paid up, so how can they justify this? Also, I spoke to them a few days ago about cancelling and what would happen if I got another provider to take over the line...and they said the only charge would be the remaining monthly charge to the end of the contract.


EE cs told me they would refund up to £50 when you get billed for early cancellation from another provider
brendon8310 h, 47 m ago

EE cs told me they would refund up to £50 when you get billed for early …EE cs told me they would refund up to £50 when you get billed for early cancellation from another provider


Good point, I did notice that. I'd still rather BT didn't try making silly charges like this and I think I'll fight it...might cost me some nerves of course!
LaTerciaReal2 h, 32 m ago

Good point, I did notice that. I'd still rather BT didn't try making silly …Good point, I did notice that. I'd still rather BT didn't try making silly charges like this and I think I'll fight it...might cost me some nerves of course!


Thinking about it, BT own EE - so I suppose there's little point fighting the charge! All stays with them anyway!
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