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6 Months of Britbox Free for All EE Customers (Pay Monthly)

Posted 11th Feb 2020

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EE today announced it has become the exclusive mobile partner for the streaming service BritBox. The partnership combines the UK’s best network with the best of British content. EE consumer pay monthly mobile and tablet customers across the UK will receive a six-month subscription to BritBox with inclusive mobile data.

Launching on the 13th March, the six-month BritBox subscription offer allows all EE pay monthly mobile and tablet customers to stream the widest range available of award-winning British dramas, comedies, films and documentaries from the BBC and ITV.

BritBox offers the biggest collection of British box sets including: Top Gear, Downton Abbey, Happy Valley and Gavin & Stacey, with many box sets including Cold Feet, Classic Doctor Who, Shetland and Broadchurch unavailable on-demand anywhere else.

Not only will EE customers be able to stream their favourite shows over the UK’s biggest and fastest network, available in more places than any other and at no extra cost, but they will be able to do so for six months - all without impacting their data allowance.

Customers can also use the offer to access BritBox via a wide range of Smart TVs, as well as streaming devices including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Google Chromecast. After the initial six-month period ends, customers will be able to continue paying for BritBox at £5.99/month, directly through their EE bill.

Prices may rise annually - full details here

Mobile contract providers tend to increase your monthly tariff by inflation - and exactly which measure depends on the network:

Three: a Fixed Annual Price Change, 4.5% this year.
O2: RPI plus 3.9%.
EE, Vodafone: Consumer Price Index plus 3.9%.

The date of the adjustment also varies by provider:

Three: April
O2: Announced in Feb, effective from April
EE: Announced in Jan, effective from March
Vodafone: Announced in Jan, effective from April
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