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EE Fibre Broadband £23 per month for 18 months £414 + £100 Quidco premium / £90 Topcashback
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EE Fibre Broadband £23 per month for 18 months £414 + £100 Quidco premium / £90 Topcashback

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Posted 27th Mar

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I missed out on the Now Broadband offer a few weeks ago, but this looks like a pretty decent deal, especially with the cash back!

No calls included, no set up fee.

Cashback:

Quidco Premium £100 quidco.com/ee-home-broadband/

Topchasback £90 topcashback.co.uk/ee-home-broadband/

Thanks to ukle for raising the issue of openreach during the coronavirus lock down. For more info read bbc.co.uk/new…756 - engineers will be unable to complete switches that require entry into your home (in most cases) but for a switch over at the junction box I can’t see it being an issue. Something to consider though...
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Be very careful about switching broadband providers at the moment. It should be OK to switch, but some people have been cut off or downgraded to ADSL. Openreach are limiting what work they will do due to the current situation, and are asking people not to switch providers.
EE can offer me a maximum of 3Mb/s I currently have150Mb/s.
Must say, I've been with EE for 9 months now and it's the best broadband I've had. Cheap as chips and I got £110 quidco cashback as well that paid out.
Surely Vodafone is a better deal (ignoring the 24m contract length). £23/m for faster fibre (63Mb vs 37Mb) with £100 Amazon voucher plus potential ~£30 cashback if you go via Quidco+BroadbandChoices.
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Bought this deal last night. Looks decent 🏽
+£5 a month for anytime calls. Not bad if you're buying for someone elderly who's mobilephobic.
Be very careful about switching broadband providers at the moment. It should be OK to switch, but some people have been cut off or downgraded to ADSL. Openreach are limiting what work they will do due to the current situation, and are asking people not to switch providers.
I would not switch providers at moment if broadband works fine
you cant switch providers as openreach want to protect employees
EE can offer me a maximum of 3Mb/s I currently have150Mb/s.
Must say, I've been with EE for 9 months now and it's the best broadband I've had. Cheap as chips and I got £110 quidco cashback as well that paid out.
"YOUR SPEED RESULTS

First choose a plan for:

XXX XXX

You can get a maximum speed of 8Mb/s"


LOL!!!! I get 350Mbps now and can get up to 500Mbps. Sure I pay double the price, but 8Mb/s is 2002ridiculous
+ NLP Engineer charge £50
Ee is quite bad for home broadband. 2 years ago I got 3 mb when I was on standard package and left within cooling period. They offered me free 1 month
garbagerich27/03/2020 10:57

you cant switch providers as openreach want to protect employees



Hadn’t considered that, thanks for pointing it out.
Alansmithee27/03/2020 10:53

I would not switch providers at moment if broadband works fine



My current deal is coming to an end and Sky couldn’t match this. Saying that, if it all falls through because openreach can’t do the switch then they did offer me £25 per month to match Now TV so I have that option...
Misslovely27/03/2020 11:44

Ee is quite bad for home broadband. 2 years ago I got 3 mb when I was on …Ee is quite bad for home broadband. 2 years ago I got 3 mb when I was on standard package and left within cooling period. They offered me free 1 month


Can you expand on this?
Surely Vodafone is a better deal (ignoring the 24m contract length). £23/m for faster fibre (63Mb vs 37Mb) with £100 Amazon voucher plus potential ~£30 cashback if you go via Quidco+BroadbandChoices.
Equiv £17.44 per month if cashback pays out? Not a great deal but not bad either...
My ee 76mbps broadband quidco paid out in 2018 (£110+£25 bonus). Service has been fantastic although initially i was getting 70mbps+, now it's around 50mbps. I wonder why that is? Always used ethernet cable when i can (sky, smart tv etc). On top of that ee gave anytime calls mobile/landline/internation all for £31.50. Just the international call package saves few hundreds a month. Recommended.
I’m coming to the end of my contract with post office and looking to switch, not sure to what deal yet as haven’t really looked, however if switching is not an option at the moment won’t I just carry on with post office out of contract and then have to pay a higher monthly cost or can I cancel it until I have found a new provider. I can get a max 32Mb connection any recommended deals
Edited by: "GemLisa" 27th Mar
garbagerich27/03/2020 10:57

you cant switch providers as openreach want to protect employees


So much for working at home if you don't have it yet...
Alansmithee27/03/2020 10:53

I would not switch providers at moment if broadband works fine


I agree ours term ended yesterday its gone up by £20 a month, but too risky to change at the moment plus its working
zeppovendetta27/03/2020 11:23

Must say, I've been with EE for 9 months now and it's the best broadband …Must say, I've been with EE for 9 months now and it's the best broadband I've had. Cheap as chips and I got £110 quidco cashback as well that paid out.


I have had them a while and only considered leaving due to cost, when I told them they beat the deal I was looking at and unlike others, their customer service is superb, polite, basically no-wait and UK-based too.
If got three home fi plus 66 speed no engineer needed . £17 pm
My BT 150MB contract is about to end and EE are much cheaper but I am not risking no connectivity at this time. I will wait.
Great deal, but it is unlikely that Openreach will be able to install your (required) new G.Fast face-plate for several months (however long lock-down lasts for, plus the backlog)..

Still well-worth waiting for at this price.

I have EE Fibre-Max 2 installed 2-weeks' ago, and it is superb. So-much better than Virgin Media, who's Super-Hub needed constant rebooting to get the internet going again. My son loves it too for his gaming (3ms speedtest pings and 300Mbits Up / 50 Mbits down).
Edited by: "Orville" 27th Mar
Orville27/03/2020 15:32

Great deal, but it is unlikely that Openreach will be able to install your …Great deal, but it is unlikely that Openreach will be able to install your (required) new G.Fast face-plate for several months (however long lock-down lasts for, plus the backlog)..Still well-worth waiting for at this price.I have EE Fibre-Max 2 installed 2-weeks' ago, and it is superb. So-much better than Virgin Media, who's Super-Hub needed constant rebooting to get the internet going again. My son loves it too for his gaming (3ms speedtest pings and 300Mbits Up / 50 Mbits down).


This isn't a Fibre Max deal. So long as you have a line installed, there should be no need for an Openreach visit.

It is a risk though, for sure.

I'm debating this because I'm ~2 months away from the end of my contract with Virgin Media. EE offer cancellation credit of up to £50 which would cover my cancellation charge

Previously had TalkTalk, then VM (so line deactivated), then EE. On neither of the two Openreach installs did we have an engineer visit, so I'm fairly sure that'd be fine. The EE service was decent before, so I'm fairly confident there too...

Worst case, I could hold off cancelling VM until I'm confident in the EE service (and hope that they compensate me suitably).

One to think about.
GemLisa27/03/2020 12:26

I’m coming to the end of my contract with post office and looking to s …I’m coming to the end of my contract with post office and looking to switch, not sure to what deal yet as haven’t really looked, however if switching is not an option at the moment won’t I just carry on with post office out of contract and then have to pay a higher monthly cost or can I cancel it until I have found a new provider. I can get a max 32Mb connection any recommended deals


Would you recommend
the Post office? My NOW broadband is coming to an end and I am also looking to change provider.
Orville27/03/2020 15:32

Great deal, but it is unlikely that Openreach will be able to install your …Great deal, but it is unlikely that Openreach will be able to install your (required) new G.Fast face-plate for several months (however long lock-down lasts for, plus the backlog)..Still well-worth waiting for at this price.I have EE Fibre-Max 2 installed 2-weeks' ago, and it is superb. So-much better than Virgin Media, who's Super-Hub needed constant rebooting to get the internet going again. My son loves it too for his gaming (3ms speedtest pings and 300Mbits Up / 50 Mbits down).


What is a G fast face plate?
Just to clear a few things up on Openreach and their Coronavirus response.

Any work that requires a premises visit is off the table until June. So if you want a new line, FTTP installed or a fault fixing within your premises you're out of luck sadly.

Openreach are currently working repair faults, where they can be fixed externally. This is expected to be reviewed over the coming days and weeks depending on where demand is needed. Even getting an engineer to look at an external job could lead to a 2 week wait in some cases.

There are limited exceptions to these rules and they must be escalated by the ISP to Openreach who will judge on a case by case basis.

Oh and automatic compensation for those ISP's that take part in it, has now been suspended during the epidemic with the blessing of Ofcom.

If you are considering switching be mindful of the above, as if a fault develops you may not see your services working for a while.
ukle27/03/2020 10:43

Be very careful about switching broadband providers at the moment. It …Be very careful about switching broadband providers at the moment. It should be OK to switch, but some people have been cut off or downgraded to ADSL. Openreach are limiting what work they will do due to the current situation, and are asking people not to switch providers.


Isn't their job just to go to an exchange and fiddle around? Forgive my ignorance
robodan91827/03/2020 11:29

"YOUR SPEED RESULTS First choose a plan for:XXX XXX You can get a maximum …"YOUR SPEED RESULTS First choose a plan for:XXX XXX You can get a maximum speed of 8Mb/s"LOL!!!! I get 350Mbps now and can get up to 500Mbps. Sure I pay double the price, but 8Mb/s is 2002ridiculous


I would be pretty happy if it was 2002 and not 2020 8mb/s would have been fantastic
Even better than that we would have all been allowed out of our houses
I recently tried to get my father new broadband to one of his homes he rents out, been a nightmare, Sky didn't send equipment out not activate, waited 2 weeks as well. They said they'd reinstate that order and wait another 2 weeks but no emails came through. Took out Vodafone, I know it's not the best time to switch but ATM the people living there are tethering off a smarty SIM, so hopefully it all pans out. But if you already have a provider, do not switch at the moment or else you may be in the same situation!
Misslovely27/03/2020 11:44

Ee is quite bad for home broadband. 2 years ago I got 3 mb when I was on …Ee is quite bad for home broadband. 2 years ago I got 3 mb when I was on standard package and left within cooling period. They offered me free 1 month


Sorry have to disagree.EE were one of the best I've been with and others.Just look a ofcom results.Theybwere easy to deal with if I had any issues and often refunded me if an issue occured.I only left due to them not being able to offer ftth.
daedos27/03/2020 11:52

Surely Vodafone is a better deal (ignoring the 24m contract length). …Surely Vodafone is a better deal (ignoring the 24m contract length). £23/m for faster fibre (63Mb vs 37Mb) with £100 Amazon voucher plus potential ~£30 cashback if you go via Quidco+BroadbandChoices.


AVOIDAFONE certainly aren't better.Avoid at all costs if you don't value service and customer service.
kld27/03/2020 21:04

Would you recommend the Post office? My NOW broadband is coming to an end …Would you recommend the Post office? My NOW broadband is coming to an end and I am also looking to change provider.


I had and it was great no complaints let me leave early as couldn't provide new address. Got cash back fine cost peanuts
kld27/03/2020 21:04

Would you recommend the Post office? My NOW broadband is coming to an end …Would you recommend the Post office? My NOW broadband is coming to an end and I am also looking to change provider.


If you happy to stay, try a live chat with NOW if it's still available. Got offered a better price to renew than the new customer prices.
Wish I could get fiber. On a list apparently! Bloody open reach!
muckspreader128/03/2020 09:09

AVOIDAFONE certainly aren't better.Avoid at all costs if you don't value …AVOIDAFONE certainly aren't better.Avoid at all costs if you don't value service and customer service.


So get Vodafone if you do value service and customer service? Got it!
muckspreader128/03/2020 09:08

Sorry have to disagree.EE were one of the best I've been with and …Sorry have to disagree.EE were one of the best I've been with and others.Just look a ofcom results.Theybwere easy to deal with if I had any issues and often refunded me if an issue occured.I only left due to them not being able to offer ftth.


Omg EE were the worst ever . Had to leave in 14 days cooling period and spoke to few staff who gave me false news and 2 open reach staff weren’t booked although I was told they are. They gave free 2 weeks then
Mark_Liston28/03/2020 09:30

Wish I could get fiber. On a list apparently! Bloody open reach!


Been on that list for years now, only way to get decent speeds is with 4G data if it's not congested. Hyperoptic did come around and done a survey and decided to go ahead with installation but it's been stuck at the third stage now. Meanwhile paying 19 quid a month to Sky for ADSL2+. Reluctant to move at the moment but will see once this virus goes away.
garbagerich27/03/2020 10:57

you cant switch providers as openreach want to protect employees


Only FTTP (full fibre to the premises) provision has been suspended, as access to the customer's property is required.

FTTC and ADSL provision is still being carried out, as no access is usually required.
£32 for minimum guaranteed download speed of 1 mb/s for 12 months in my area. I think they have released their 1st of April deal early?
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