EE 4GEE Home with free (on contract) mains powered huawei router worth £139 50gb data also available on PAYG  £30.11 p/m
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EE 4GEE Home with free (on contract) mains powered huawei router worth £139 50gb data also available on PAYG £30.11 p/m

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Found 5th Mar 2016
EE 4gee home with free mains powered router on 12 months contract worth £139 at amazon

EE are offering this for £30.11p per month on a 12 months contract at this moment in time.

amazon.co.uk/Hua…180

Here is the prices for home 4gee contract
£28 20GB data
£33 30GB data
£44 50GB data

Then if you use your monthly allowance up extra data add ons are
£10 5GB
£15 10GB
£20 20GB

All pay monthly contract details are here in this .pdf for EE 4gee home ee.co.uk/con…pdf

Also you can buy home 4gee on pay as you go the router is £99 comes with 10gb data then just top up by top up voucher the data add-ons are below are for payg

payg home 4gee data addons.
£10 4GB
£15 10GB
£25 20GB

All pay as you go Home 4GEE price plan info here ee.co.uk/con…pdf
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7 Comments
I'm just bamboozled by the OP
Should have put less info in basically on contract you get free hauwei router worth £139 and a lot of data on the prices are on the get deal link but i have posted all the info inc price plan .pdfs if any one wants to know the full terms,
I can understand this deal if you have no way of getting fibre and desperate for quick connection, but otherwise it's cheaper to have unlimited fibre and pay line rental and avoid the whole signal and coverage tangent. poor deal really though
swooper7 your correct this deal is aimed at places with slow or no landline broadband
Good deal if the circumstances are right. If you have a decent EE signal and no access to fibre this is going to be much better than some awful adsl.
price has now been droped to £30.11 but you must phone up
Edited by: "rma55" 4th Apr 2016
swooper7

I can understand this deal if you have no way of getting fibre and … I can understand this deal if you have no way of getting fibre and desperate for quick connection, but otherwise it's cheaper to have unlimited fibre and pay line rental and avoid the whole signal and coverage tangent. poor deal really though



People in emergency accommodation are rather limited or those living in refuges/hostels. But yes, if one has the option of getting fibre at their premises then it's a no brainer.
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