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All EE Broadband Deals, Discounts & Sales for August 2019

EE Fibre PLUS 67megs £30 x 18months £540 (£120 Amazon credit = £420) @ Vouchercodes TODAY 4/8 ONLY
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Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/ee.co.uk Reduced from £42pm - month 19 onwards reverts to £42pm Vouchercodes exclusive £23.34 a month/£420 total,with 29% off and then the £1… Read more
seaniboy

Lol a bit of conundrum that then (lol)

seaniboy

Well you should take your dispute to Ofcom

derbyco1_.

Any recommendations on a good provider? Just handed in my notice to Sky.... Seems like a minefield

taras

You can get fttp/ftth services which are 40/10 but they aren't being sold by isps

taras

EE sells adsl, vdsl and g.fast, which are all xDSL aka copper services; no fibre..

EE Home broadband up to 36mbps - £28 per month 18 months - £504
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
EE home fibre broadband. 36 MB £28 per month 18 months. Possible £110 cashback through TCB.
HerefordCiderApples

I pay £20/m unlimited with no line rental and it is portable!

HerefordCiderApples

It's being down voted because of the rubbish description. I asked a mod to amend it but got the "we sorted it " MB is not Mp/s

HerefordCiderApples

The mod must have been a bit dumb, I reported the mistake but it wasn't amended except (up to)

seaniboy

If you have good Three you can pay £26 for a 30 day contract, includes roaming.

Ian_sanchez

I agree I have EE broadband inc anytime calls £30 month. Had Bt but always dropped out not had a single prob with EE even though its the same line essentially , also benefit from extra 5gb data on my mobile contract that I have with EE.

EE fibre unlimited £27.99 (18 month. £110 Quidco)
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
EE fibre unlimited £27.99 (18 month. £110 Quidco)
£27.99
Quidco are running special deal over the weekend and doing £110 cashback on the above package. Maybe useful for someone.
aca03mk

I’ve used TP Link MR6400 available on Amazon for £69.99. The alternative is Huawei B315 which is around £89 on Amazon. I streamed 1.4GB in 1 hour on HD with a poor (25%) signal!

booboy2

I'm of the same mind to do what you have done with a 3 data sim, could I ask which router you chose please? Thanks

aca03mk

I know that pain. I’m moving into a new build and BT wanted £100 to come and connect cable (joke as it’s prewired). Got Three for 20 quid and a router from Amazon (70£ - same as Quidco cashback for Three). At least no more thinking about internet!

Rumpelstiltskin

I was already with EE for phone and got decent signal so got 4 G EE router with small antenna feeding it. Quite expensive I know but get strong signal and usually about 50 mbps.

alex16

After 18 months they silently put the price up to £40 as the "loyal customer penalty" kicks in, and you have to spend 3 mins signing up to TalkTalk or whoever for a £25 per month contract for exactly the same thing, then EE will ask you do you know you're leaving? Are you sure you're leaving? Please fill in this survey explaining why you're leaving? LOL! I'm leaving because I can save £360 for 3 mins googling "uk fibre broadband".

EE Superfast Fibre plus broadband Retention deal - £24 p/m including line rental
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Posted 6th JanPosted 6th JanLocalLocal
EE Superfast Fibre plus broadband Retention deal - £24 p/m including line rental
£24
I have been on EE superfast Fibre plus Broadband for the last 18 months, I had been paying £33 minus some cash back I had received. Anyway was meant to be going up to £41, after a … Read more
simontimmins

Know this deal is expired but my EE broadband is up in just over 30 days and I've just had an unsolicited call from their retentions team, obviously getting in early. Was offered £24/month for 36mbs fibre with 10gb of data for my wifes EE mobile (which she pays £5/ month for). It's another 18 month deal but I'm happy enough to stick with them.

gpb

I was looking on Ebuyer at the tenda mesh system, seems good value at £76 for the 3 box version....

gpb

What have you used to do this? Just out of curiosity!

planthead

Using ee, i have put a cheap tenda mesh system in. cant fault it...

Soosma88

I've just upgraded from EE Broadband Standard ADSL to EE Broadband Fibre Plus. They offered it for £29 pm...I said can you do better than that? They came back with £28 pm....I said okay, I'll think about...when can I cancel my EE Broadband, without incurring a fee? They said 20 days before my contract ends. I said okay, I'll think about then....in case I find a better deal. Then they asked what other deals did I see....I mentioned the Sky Fibre Max £27pm deal with Sky Talk Anytime Extra and a £70 one-off reward (equates to about £23.67 pm over the 18 month contract ) They said they'd talk to their supervisor again. They came back with Fibre Plus with free weekend calls for £24pm. I thought that's a pretty good deal....I'll take that. I never use the landline, that's what mobile phones are for. I've had no real problems with EE ADSL....of course I've always used my own TP-Link ADSL Router. Fingers crossed the EE Fibre plus is just as reliable with a huge download/upload speed boost. If you're with EE already. I highly recommend giving them a call about getting a better deal. Just make sure you've found some other deals you can compare them with.

20GB addon for existing EE customers joining EE broadband instore / by phone
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Posted 24th Nov 2018Posted 24th Nov 2018
20GB addon for existing EE customers joining EE broadband instore / by phone
So I've been eyeing to change to EE broadband for a while now just because for the same price as my current provider (sky) I would get the broadband plus 5 GB data added onto my Si… Read more
helicopterhead

They've spelt Fibre properly now, and I now have more confidence in them.

kooltariq

Has anybody had this message when clicking through the top cashback site? I get this message once I proceed with the order and enter my landline number. Does this mean you cannot keep your existing number? "It looks like the landline number you've provided isn't compatible for EE Broadband. This means you will need an engineer visit and you will be issued with a new telephone number." :/

muckspreader1

Out of all the companies I've been with we have been the best .Leaving them at the moment due to FTTP being available at my address now.If we could of provided it I would of gladly stayed.No complaints at all.Moved to BT ultrafast 2

rizydude

Yup however after speaking with the representative, this is only true on fibre packages and not the standard broadband.

Tomb

I've been with EE broadband for around 2 years now. All good!

EE Fibre Plus broadband packages for £33 per month with no set up fee  + £200 cashback via quidco - Exclusive
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Posted 8th Oct 2018Posted 8th Oct 2018
EE Fibre Plus broadband packages for £33 per month with no set up fee + £200 cashback via quidco - Exclusive
Fibre Plus broadband packages for £33 per month with no set up fee + £200 cashback
hukdplan

I think cashback is attached to a specific order, so if they had to raise a completely new order to accommodate the delay then cashback might be affected - otherwise you should be OK.

YourUserNameIsTaken

I eventually went with sky as £50 MasterCard and £90 cashback worked out better. I rang BT who offer me a £19 a month for fibre to 50mb including rental. Thought I might as well stay with BT at that price.

rufioh

I feel it might have something to do with the lack of info in the initial post, and the fact that it links to the wrong place. I tried using the "add info" option, just to help out, but it seems a mod must have rejected it or something, so I had to write most of it out again as my previous comment. The only bit I left out of my comment is that this is an 18 month contract, and the full price after that is £41 (which is almost competitive!). P.S. I just had to call EE today, and they were really friendly and helpful, even if their automated system didn't seem to be working, and I got through to entirely the wrong team to begin with. P.P.S. I was calling to delay my activation date (as my previous provider, BT, told me I was out of contract when I wasn't, and wanted to charge me £65 "for equipment") - does anyone have anecdotal evidence as to whether this puts my cash back in jeopardy? It shouldn't, going by the Quidco rules, as i completed the purchase entirely online, but of course I'm still worried.

Faye_T

£160 cashback now

Faye_T

Thank you :)

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EE Fibre Broadband. 36Mb/s £25pm for 18m  + £165 Cash back, No Setup Charge @ EE
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Posted 31st Jul 2018Posted 31st Jul 2018
EE Fibre Broadband. 36Mb/s £25pm for 18m + £165 Cash back, No Setup Charge @ EE
£450
Evening all, Just spotted this deal and thought it worth sharing. £25 per month for 18 months, £165 cash back in total, no setup charge. £20 of that via an offer on Quidco. htt… Read more
mark_benson-2

Received my £145 cashback 8)

euanb

Updated. Thanks for letting me know.

nysoftware

Looks suddenly “expired”, much lower cash back amount of GBP30 to 50 now showing on Quidco, cold

Saulll

No you need a subscription mate

shug119

Is the sports app not free ? not sure if you can cast it on to your tv.

UNLIMITED EE HOME BROADBAND - £100 EE REWARD CARD - £19 A MONTH (£342 FOR 18 MONTH) @ EE (Broadband Choices)
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Posted 11th Jun 2018Posted 11th Jun 2018
UNLIMITED EE HOME BROADBAND - £100 EE REWARD CARD - £19 A MONTH (£342 FOR 18 MONTH) @ EE (Broadband Choices)
£342
Unlimited Standard Home Broadband Average Speed 10Mb/s 18 Month Contract Includes Line Rental No Setup Fee £100 EE Reward Card £19 Month £342 for 18 Month… Read more
XxTek_tipxX

Vodaphone is better - to find the deal use check availability and that's stupidly cheap I'll get my family to change over when their contract ends.

seaniboy

Heat! Shame BT Group think substandard is “standard” on a city exchange - 2 meg (shock)

devlo

Did you have the PN hub one? I found this router to be useless. The neighbours sky and BT router would have a stronger signal despite me being closer and having line of sight to the router - even when selecting channels that aren’t in use! Also had to split the 2 frequency bands into 2 different SSIDs to get it to work! Is the EE router any better in this respect?

anonymous.

Showing £100 on Android app and £40 for standard and £80 for fibre on the website I am confused

Ghost84

No sorry I took it out back in March but even now it's only £21 a month. My speed has never dropped below 36.5 mbps. It's worth a go as you have the first 30 days cool off period if your not happy with it.

24 hr deal - £149 cashback on EE Unlimited Standard Broadband (Effectively £8.72 - £3.16 per month) via Topcashback
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Posted 28th Sep 2017Posted 28th Sep 2017
24 hr deal - £149 cashback on EE Unlimited Standard Broadband (Effectively £8.72 - £3.16 per month) via Topcashback
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… Read more
LaTerciaReal

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

LaTerciaReal

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!

brendon83

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

LaTerciaReal

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.

jaynino

The topcashback site didn't half go slow at 10:50 this morning.

Unlimited EE broadband line rental and weekend calls £21 for 18 months and £155 topcashback
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Posted 28th Apr 2017Posted 28th Apr 2017
Unlimited EE broadband line rental and weekend calls £21 for 18 months and £155 topcashback
£378
Hi Just had email about exclusive £155 cashback on new EE contract. 18 months unlimited broadband line rental and weekend calls. Have to pay £7 delivery for router. Works out at £… Read more
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MINANTRA

is this for new customers only? I am already with EE. THX.

f3rgy15

Mine tracked last week at £125.

sisqoboy2

have you got the cashback from ee?

sisqoboy2

have you got the cashback from ee?

sisqoboy2

hi, is it still a deal?

EE Broadband offer - get a £150 Amazon Gift Card with ANY plan (e.g. £21 a month plan poss £11.17pm* after gift card!) @ EE
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Posted 13th Apr 2017Posted 13th Apr 2017
EE Broadband offer - get a £150 Amazon Gift Card with ANY plan (e.g. £21 a month plan poss £11.17pm* after gift card!) @ EE
£11.17
'Eggcelent' offer from EE broadband today, just in time for Easter weekend :) Sign up to ANY of the EE Broadband packages, and receive a £150 gift card to spend at Amazon! This o… Read more
MushyBushy

I finally received my voucher... for £100. Should be £150 Back into the game of waiting 14 days for a straightforward response 🙄

fullmoon

After sending email to broadbandinfo@myeeoffers.co.uk, I received my Amazon voucher code on 12th July. All sorted for me. :D

MushyBushy

I emailed & had no response within the 14 days - called them today on 01565 656251 & they claim the details from EE were never received. They've now submitted the details which should trigger the voucher being issued. When you call up make sure to have your order reference number & the date you signed up. This should begin with 'DKI' If you don't have this just call EE customer services & they can provide this Fingers crossed this works!

Rip000

Has anyone actually got Thier voucher? Mine never came said that hukd is the third party? Seems like this will never come

MushyBushy

When was the voucher supposed to be sent out?

EE broadband from £12.55 per month! (18m)  via TCB £351
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Posted 5th Apr 2017Posted 5th Apr 2017
EE broadband from £12.55 per month! (18m) via TCB £351
£351
While recently double checking moneysavingexpert site for a deal for a broadband provider, it shows that the current cheapest provider is EE on their Unlimited Broadband deal of 17… Read more
jensbonde

Thanks for the tip. Will be interesting to test the speed, although you got that 14-days grace period to figure things out first eh?

redant

It's worth making sure you get it on a deal that can easily be cancelled. I've had many broadband providers but suffer real performance issues with EE. As well as the well-documented throttling there was also a significant latency. At first this was intolerable, but EE technical support did improve things, although as soon as I moved to another provider it was amazing how much improvement I saw in performance.

ToneC

Me fail English ? That's unpossible!

gr1340

Ralph from The Simpsons.

leewills8

unpossible? oO

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 term
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Posted 13th Jan 2017Posted 13th Jan 2017
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 term
£513
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 … Read more
Dawsy

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)

yozzer

Think this is a good deal, is it not??

coconut

Always cracks me up when they put fibre and then a **** few MB/s speed in the same advert.

EE broadband retention deal  £13pm for home broadband with unlimited weekends and 08 nos etc
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Posted 21st Jan 2016Posted 21st Jan 2016LocalLocal
EE broadband retention deal £13pm for home broadband with unlimited weekends and 08 nos etc
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 … Read more
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501MHZ

EE's speeds are siht!

fatfreddiescat

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.

Julan

why is this cold? seems like a great deal?

BeefyMcWhatNow

doesn't include the service charge for 084/087, only the access charge

spbsss

Great deal.

T-mobile free package for a month on pay as you go
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Posted 2nd Mar 2014Posted 2nd Mar 2014LocalLocal
T-mobile free package for a month on pay as you go
Text FREESMART to 441 and get free smart pack 100 mins 400 texts and 1gb of internet This is on pay as you go you can get the same again next month if you top up £10 see pic Shar… Read more
anget1701

I credit £15 n am nt getting internet..

MrMan2011

That sucks :(

rukaya4

I think this has expired now

MrMan2011

Didn't work for me it the message Sorry, your response has not been identified. Please check and try again. Apologies for any inconvenience. Anyone able to help :(

kittywhiskers

Such a shame, it's not working for me.