EE 17mb broadband offer £336 for 18 months  but you get a £125 EE Reward Card in exchange
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EE 17mb broadband offer £336 for 18 months but you get a £125 EE Reward Card in exchange

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Edited by:"Dird"Found 15th Aug 2017
As mentioned in the MSE weekly email. Buy line rental in full initially for £299 under the "Line rental saver" heading.

Total initial cost is £336.00 but you get a £125 EE Reward Card in exchange; effectively a pre-paid cash card.

If you're on Virigin it equates to £11.72 with line rental setup fees (maybe fiber users also, not sure). If you're on any of the 17mb packages currently then you pay £10.05/month as no £30 set up fee (just the £7 router charge)
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Original Poster
£10.05/month wtf are you all voting cold for
It would really help others if they cold voters explain the reasons. Ofcourse price/cashback is all great, but there must be some reason for all those to hate EE. Actually my broadband deal ended with sky, if I know the negative things about EE, I can then decide if i can stay with sky or move to EE if it is better.
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kingpete24 m ago

It would really help others if they cold voters explain the reasons.


My only assumption is they see £336 and vote cold. I wanted to make the headline £10.05-11.72/month but the admin changed it. EE has a £150 cashback offer from TCB but many people have complained they refused to pay out. With this cash card it should be guranteed as it's not via a 3rd party. Also that TCB page is hidden from searches now so they may only pay out the £125 that is on the currently public page
Edited by: "Dird" 16th Aug 2017
it is fantastic price, no doubt. you did a great job posting the deal. Cold votes are not for the price but for something else, thats what I would like to know so I can decide if i should go for EE or stick to Sky.
Great Deal. Some competitors don't like it. £10.06 PM Broadband weekend calls and line rental,No Brainer.
Edited by: "thebuzzer" 16th Aug 2017
Can't find any mention of the ee reward card on the website... when sulking online chat they said it wasn't eligible?
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gt122117 m ago

Can't find any mention of the ee reward card on the website... when …Can't find any mention of the ee reward card on the website... when sulking online chat they said it wasn't eligible?


You have to click the link provided or go to the MSE website & click the link from there. It doesn't appear if you go direct to the website as it's a MSE exclusive (https://shop.ee.co.uk/broadband/mse).

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Edited by: "Dird" 16th Aug 2017
Thank u, guessing that wouldn't track for cash back then
i'm paying £39 a month for EE fibre 76mbps + anytime calls to landlines/mobiles. Awaiting for quidco £150 cashback (tracked) then it should work out around £31 a month
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