EE Fibre Plus (76MB) with FREE 50GB mobile data boost U.K, EU, USA, Mexico, Canada, AU & NZ (for Max mobile customers) £33 x 18 (£35 install & £150TCB=£479/£26.62pm)
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EE Fibre Plus (76MB) with FREE 50GB mobile data boost U.K, EU, USA, Mexico, Canada, AU & NZ (for Max mobile customers) £33 x 18 (£35 install & £150TCB=£479/£26.62pm)

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Found 5th FebEdited by:"seaniboy"
Free 50GB boost with Fibre Plus for Max Plan customers (all the £5 4GB customers ) - this really does make EE Fibre Plus cost effective!

topcashback.co.uk/ee-…rs/

50GB will be available UK and also the EU and mobile Max Plan inclusions ofUSA, Mexico, Canada, AU & NZ this would cost circa £100 (5x£19 for 5x10GB add ons)


“76MBPS Unlimited Fibre Plus Broadband
Our fastest fibre broadband deal

Best for speed freak families with lots of devices connected at the same time

£33 a month for 18 months
+ £35 set-up”

works out £26.62 a month with full speed Fibre & 50GB data boost for mobile Max plan holders
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£45 per month. You can get 76mbs fttc from other ISPs with frankly a better reputation for about £30. You’re going to pay for calls, so you should get a decent amount of data for around £15-£25. I don’t think this is worth £45 per month.
Not withstanding, I do get excellent signal and speed from my 4G. I had an awful experience with Orange broadband and I’m told by other people their fixed line service hasn’t improved a great deal.
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Data Boost
Available to new and existing pay monthly mobile customers who sign up to a 4GEE Home or fixed broadband plan. Data allowance boosted by 5GB. Data allowance boosted by 50GB if both your pay monthly and broadband plans are on Max plans. You will lose the 50GB boost if you move to a non-Max plan at any point, or cancel either plan. Not available with 30 Day SIM plans or non-lead Sharer plans. You’ll lose the boost if you cancel your broadband. To retain your boost when you upgrade or change your pay monthly plan, your broadband must still be active and you must be moving to an eligible pay monthly plan. Data fair use policy may apply when roaming.
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torybarsteward7 m ago

Not withstanding, I do get excellent signal and speed from my 4G. I had an …Not withstanding, I do get excellent signal and speed from my 4G. I had an awful experience with Orange broadband and I’m told by other people their fixed line service hasn’t improved a great deal.


Orange Broadband was BT ADSL, since it was handed to BT (prior to BT buying EE) BT transferred all LLU Orange to BT Wholesale and improvements happened. When I went from Orange to EE plan my speed went from 8MB to 16MB (ADSL Max to ADSL2+)
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Hi @seaniboy
Thanks for posting. Do you have any more info e.g length of contract, monthly costs, etc. I'm not seeing anything I'm afraid that looks like what you are describing. Do you have a link also / evidence? Thanks

EDIT:-
"Unlimited Fibre Max Broadband
The superfast, fibre broadband deal that has it all

All the benefits of Fibre Plus, as well as:
✓ Combine with a mobile Max plan and we'll boost your monthly mobile data allowance by 50GB, worth £99.95 a month
✓ Inclusive Anytime UK & International calls add-on, worth £10 a month
✓ Inclusive Call Plus add-on, with 7 great calling features, worth £5 a month

£45 a month for 18 months
+ £35 set-up"
That seems to be the only one that mentions 50GB. I'm getting the total cost to £845 though. Is that the one?

EDIT 2: As you've not replied I've had to assume this is the deal, as it's the only one I can find that sounds like the deal you posted. I've edited to include some information in the title and the overall cost. I've also taken this out of 'Freebies' as it isn't free and there's a monthly cost for 18 months.
Edited by: "andywedge" 6th Feb
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ee.co.uk/hel…aqs

50GB DATA BOOST FAQSHow do I qualify for 50GB Data Boost?If you’re an EE pay monthly Max customer and take Fibre Max Broadband, you’ll qualify for a 50GB Data Boost.

How long will my 50GB Data Boost last?You’ll keep the boost as long as both your pay monthly Max plan and Fibre Max Broadband plan are active.

Can I choose which number on my account gets the extra data?No. Only the broadband account holder can get the boost. So, make sure you give us the correct number when you sign up to EE Broadband.

When will I get my extra data?It can take up to 30 days after your EE Broadband account goes live for your boost to kick in. We'll send you a text to let you know when it's done.

Can I use my 50GB Data Boost abroad?Yes, your 50GB of extra data is treated the same as your 4GEE Max allowance. On our 4GEE Max plans you can take your data with you to 53 destinations including Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, USA and countries across Europe. Data fair use policy may apply when roaming which is a 15GB allowance. So if you have 20GB of data on your 4GEE Max plan then receive the 50GB Data boost your total roaming allowance is still 15GB.

How much is my boost worth? The 50GB Data Boost is based on the value of buying 5 of our 10GB add-on, which has a total cost of £99.95* and lasts up to a month for a pay monthly customer.

*Calculation based on pricing as at 12 October 2017.

Can I use Data Gifting on this 50GB, to share with other devices on my account?Yes you can. The lead pay monthly mobile account holder can move data round your devices by using the My EE app.

I’m on Standard Broadband and can’t get Fibre in my area. I’m a loyal customer. How will I be rewarded?If you’re on a monthly phone or 12-month SIM plan with EE, we’ll boost your monthly data allowance by 5GB - worth £12.99 every month.

I have the 5GB boost but qualify for 50GB. Will I automatically get this?When you next upgrade your pay monthly Max plan or Fibre Max Broadband you’ll get the 50GB boost added to your account.

I have an old pay monthly Max plan from when they first launched? Can I get this offer?Yes you can. Sign up to a Fibre Max Broadband plan and you’ll get the 50GB boost within 30 days of your broadband being switched on.

I have two devices on Max plans on my mobile account. If I take out Fibre Max Broadband, do I get 50GB on both mobiles?No, you’ll only get 50GB on the mobile of the broadband account holder, so make sure you give us the correct mobile number when you sign up to Fibre Max Broadband.

Can I share the boost if I’m on a sharer plan?Yes. As long as the boost is added to the account holder's plan.

If I already have both a pay monthly Max plan and Fibre Max Broadband, can I still get a boost?Yes, you'll get the boost automatically when you sign up to your next pay monthly Max plan or Fibre Max Broadband.

Why have I been sent a text saying my boost has been removed?If you’ve changed your pay monthly Max plan or Fibre Max Broadband plan we will remove any ineligible boosts from your plan.

Can I switch the boost to another number?Sorry, but you can’t switch boosts to another number. The data boost will be applied to the same number we use to contact you with important information about your home broadband account. So, it's important to make sure you give us the right number and it’s kept up to date in My EE.

What happens to my 50GB Data Boost if I move house and can't get fibre? The 50GB Data Boost would be removed and the 5GB Data Boost added to your account. If you do not have Fibre Max Broadband you are not eligible for 50GB Data Boost
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andywedge1 h, 41 m ago

Hi @seaniboy Thanks for posting. Do you have any more info e.g length of …Hi @seaniboy Thanks for posting. Do you have any more info e.g length of contract, monthly costs, etc. I'm not seeing anything I'm afraid that looks like what you are describing. Do you have a link also / evidence? ThanksEDIT:-"Unlimited Fibre Max BroadbandThe superfast, fibre broadband deal that has it all All the benefits of Fibre Plus, as well as: ✓ Combine with a mobile Max plan and we'll boost your monthly mobile data allowance by 50GB, worth £99.95 a month ✓ Inclusive Anytime UK & International calls add-on, worth £10 a month ✓ Inclusive Call Plus add-on, with 7 great calling features, worth £5 a month£45 a month for 18 months + £35 set-up"That seems to be the only one that mentions 50GB. I'm getting the total cost to £845 though. Is that the one?EDIT 2: As you've not replied I've had to assume this is the deal, as it's the only one I can find that sounds like the deal you posted. I've edited to include some information in the title and the overall cost. I've also taken this out of 'Freebies' as it isn't free and there's a monthly cost for 18 months.


No worries, sorry, I posted info on here not in PM. It’s £33 a month, scroll down shop.ee.co.uk/bro…ate

i re-edited your edit as it was the top plan you posted, not the one below which is the one at £33 that gets the 50GB boost
Edited by: "seaniboy" 6th Feb
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torybarsteward1 h, 48 m ago

£45 per month. You can get 76mbs fttc from other ISPs with frankly a …£45 per month. You can get 76mbs fttc from other ISPs with frankly a better reputation for about £30. You’re going to pay for calls, so you should get a decent amount of data for around £15-£25. I don’t think this is worth £45 per month.


It’s £33
EE now have a 200GB data plan for those heavy hitters that rely on 4G for broadband. The cost is £60 PM but this is negotiable if you have been with them a while. pm me if you want details.
Hope this helps someone.
Edited by: "deany76" 6th Feb
For me it's likely this, or plusnet, or maybe Vodafone. Maybe I'll even stay with ADSL for another year and just change provider!
Of the fibre providers mentioned above, this one is like £3.50 more for double the speed so not too bad, which would you choose? Have you had problems with any? I've only used PlusNet ADSL some time ago and it was really very good.

thanks
Zoea4 m ago

For me it's likely this, or plusnet, or maybe Vodafone. Maybe I'll even …For me it's likely this, or plusnet, or maybe Vodafone. Maybe I'll even stay with ADSL for another year and just change provider! Of the fibre providers mentioned above, this one is like £3.50 more for double the speed so not too bad, which would you choose? Have you had problems with any? I've only used PlusNet ADSL some time ago and it was really very good.thanks


Have you tested the 4G network speeds at home and work?
EE seem to have best speeds, but it is dependent on your local Cellular Masts.
I believe EE use Huawei hardware on their masts, I tend to be loyal to Huawei 4G routers for this reason.
Edited by: "deany76" 6th Feb
deany765 m ago

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Thanks for the reply. I already have EE 4g but not max so I'd get 5gb extra - I likely won't use it though so it's not really a factor. It's pretty fast at my place but basically no coverage at Mum's where I spend a fair bit of time. I would have preferred a cash discount personally. I am unsure if I can switch to max, I'm still in contract but don't know much about it...
I just wanted to say that I’m with EE and the service is astonishingly good. The customer service is excellent (all UK based, very low wait times) and performance is decent too. Had numerous problems with BT Openreach (I mean who doesn’t and more importantly how does such a useless company still exist in 2018) but I was kept informed along the way and compensated when there was an issue. It’s been the best experience I’ve had with an ISP all things considered
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Shame about the initialdeal teething problems, this is a scorcher! Hot hot!!!
Edited by: "deleted1166706" 6th Feb
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