EE Fibre Broadband. 36Mb/s £25pm for 18m  + £165 Cash back, No Setup Charge @ EE
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EE Fibre Broadband. 36Mb/s £25pm for 18m + £165 Cash back, No Setup Charge @ EE

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Found 31st Jul
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. quidco.com/ee-…and

Have been with EE before and thought they were pretty good.
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When you click through @euanb it's showing as £25 pm rather than the £26pm which it shows on the Quidco site
Hhhmmmmmm ... I wonder ..

I'm an existing ee "regular" broadband customer, but i'm paying £25.50 a month for broadband and a landline. wonder if they'd let me upgrade to fibre which is actually cheaper ?

probably not .. quidco seems to be new customers only though which is a pity. might be worth asking though

*i can upgrade to fibre with unlimited free weekend calls for free as well for £24 quid .. very tempting as i hardly use my landline ..
Edited by: "HankHandsome" 31st Jul
Nice price but rubbish Customer Service.
Is the cooling off period 14 days after activation or date of ordering?
Too bad. I've already entered a contract.
Good luck getting the cash back from EE 14months later and still haven’t paid out on my Top cashback account.
Edited by: "MrMoonX" 31st Jul
MrMoonX5 m ago

Good luck getting the cash back from EE 14months later and still haven’t p …Good luck getting the cash back from EE 14months later and still haven’t paid out on my Top cashback account.


Topcrapback have spent it m8 uve no chance... unregulated secretive industry
MrMoonX22 m ago

Good luck getting the cash back from EE 14months later and still haven’t p …Good luck getting the cash back from EE 14months later and still haven’t paid out on my Top cashback account.


Took my about 15 months to get cashback on an Origin ADSL deal. In the end I got it through TCB
They weren't great last year also.
My connections were appalling with ee. Countless complains and I had 2 engineers come looking at my line as the phone line went from perfect with talk talk to crackling with EE! Quidco payed me and I also got £50 prepaid card, but I left within my cooling period
Don’t join these jokers, throttle downloads and decimate P2P through the day all the way to midnight. Fought and battled to leave through endless complaints due to my cool off period expiring before my line was active.
HankHandsome4 h, 2 m ago

Hhhmmmmmm ... I wonder ..I'm an existing ee "regular" broadband customer, …Hhhmmmmmm ... I wonder ..I'm an existing ee "regular" broadband customer, but i'm paying £25.50 a month for broadband and a landline. wonder if they'd let me upgrade to fibre which is actually cheaper ?probably not .. quidco seems to be new customers only though which is a pity. might be worth asking though*i can upgrade to fibre with unlimited free weekend calls for free as well for £24 quid .. very tempting as i hardly use my landline ..


I did this a few weeks ago although I was unaware of the cashback offer through Quidco and did it over the phone via their team. I did try and bargain and say that I have been with them for 20 years but they didnt care. (Freeserve>Wanadoo>Orange>EE)
I paid the same as you so 50p extra for minimum guaranteed speed of 36Mb was a no-brainer.
i just joined the nowtv deal. not sure if this is better though since its a longer contract and more per month
Saulll6 h, 40 m ago

Don’t join these jokers, throttle downloads and decimate P2P through the d …Don’t join these jokers, throttle downloads and decimate P2P through the day all the way to midnight. Fought and battled to leave through endless complaints due to my cool off period expiring before my line was active.



Theres no traffic management on their fibre, look up their polciies, I’ve never had a problem
I just renewed my Bt fibre 50mb and weekend landline for 21.99? Is that a good price?
andywedge13 h, 8 m ago

When you click through @euanb it's showing as £25 pm rather than the £26pm …When you click through @euanb it's showing as £25 pm rather than the £26pm which it shows on the Quidco site


Good spot. Title and description updated.
HankHandsome12 h, 42 m ago

Hhhmmmmmm ... I wonder ..I'm an existing ee "regular" broadband customer, …Hhhmmmmmm ... I wonder ..I'm an existing ee "regular" broadband customer, but i'm paying £25.50 a month for broadband and a landline. wonder if they'd let me upgrade to fibre which is actually cheaper ?probably not .. quidco seems to be new customers only though which is a pity. might be worth asking though*i can upgrade to fibre with unlimited free weekend calls for free as well for £24 quid .. very tempting as i hardly use my landline ..


If you don't ask, you don't get
euanb1 h, 49 m ago

If you don't ask, you don't get


I might see if I can haggle for their top speed fibre later - if they offer it to me for £25 quid, I'd probably take it, even though it would mean a new 18 month deal
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It's because the broadband wholesale price dropped recently. I expect other ISPs will follow suit. Hope they also bring down the g.fast prices ...


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Edited by: "deleted1510212" 1st Aug
Anyone upgraded from broadband to fibre ? I am currently with EE on a 18 month contact due to finish
Saulll17 h, 24 m ago

Don’t join these jokers, throttle downloads and decimate P2P through the d …Don’t join these jokers, throttle downloads and decimate P2P through the day all the way to midnight. Fought and battled to leave through endless complaints due to my cool off period expiring before my line was active.


I personally don’t use P2P but managed to get streaming a lot of data and managed to use 500GB of data - no complaints from EE or slowness of data.

The comments about customer service is biggest BS! As I find them 5 out of 5 without any issues and before that I had similar comments due to some people on Internet posted BS comments about customer service.
Am I being thick? But I can only see £140 Quidco and £26 a month. Yes it's £25 via the link but there's a £30 set up fee.
mrc654 h, 41 m ago

Am I being thick? But I can only see £140 Quidco and £26 a month. Yes it's …Am I being thick? But I can only see £140 Quidco and £26 a month. Yes it's £25 via the link but there's a £30 set up fee.


No it's £26 and £140 cashback, I signed up earlier
I assume it was £165 last night when the op posted it

My cashback actually tracked at £145
They can guarantee me a minimum speed of 0Mb/s, where do it sign!

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mark_benson-26933.9049113 h, 14 m ago

No it's £26 and £140 cashback, I signed up earlierI assume it was £165 la …No it's £26 and £140 cashback, I signed up earlierI assume it was £165 last night when the op posted itMy cashback actually tracked at £145


does yours have this 25 quid set up fee?
mrc6517 h, 56 m ago

Am I being thick? But I can only see £140 Quidco and £26 a month. Yes it's …Am I being thick? But I can only see £140 Quidco and £26 a month. Yes it's £25 via the link but there's a £30 set up fee.


yeah same here, i can only see 140 cashback and 26 per month. i think set up is free though and free router etc.
Joe_Davis2Mv1 h, 20 m ago

does yours have this 25 quid set up fee?


No, ii had no setup fee, go through Quidco.
Idk, either this or sky fibre for £30 and 12 month contract and tiny bit less Quidco but less contract so can get cashback sooner after its over? Typically cs is better at sky, and fuss free from my experience, not sure the consistency of speeds, but reviews on EE is AVG bad compared to sky hmm
Sky has an offer on Quidco for 6 days. £25pm for fibre unlimited with £80 cashback and a £75 MasterCard. There is a £9.95 set up fee.

quidco.com/sky…tv/
Saulll8 h, 1 m ago

Sky has an offer on Quidco for 6 days. £25pm for fibre unlimited with £80 c …Sky has an offer on Quidco for 6 days. £25pm for fibre unlimited with £80 cashback and a £75 MasterCard. There is a £9.95 set up fee.https://www.quidco.com/sky-broadband-tv/


Is that only a 12 month contract, and are phone calls included.
Sky Fibre Unlimited, Talk and line rental without TV for £25 per month for 12 months plus £75 pre-paid Mastercard with £9.95 set up fee

+ £80 cashback
That’s what it states on quidco.


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Edited by: "Saulll" 3rd Aug
Saulll33 m ago

That’s what it states on quidco.[Image]


Looks not bad, might give BT a call to cancel, and go for this. cheers Saulll
I just called to cancel and the best they could offer was keep my fibre unlimited for £21.99 pm for another 18 months. And BT sport they couldn’t go less than £7pm so I told them I’m leaving. Let me know how you get on
Is the sports app not free ? not sure if you can cast it on to your tv.
shug11929 m ago

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


No you need a subscription mate
Looks suddenly “expired”, much lower cash back amount of GBP30 to 50 now showing on Quidco, cold
nysoftware54 m ago

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


Updated. Thanks for letting me know.
Received my £145 cashback
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