EE Fibre Plus Broadband (51-80 Mb/s) £100 Mastercard + £100 Quidco @ £33/mnth+£15 one-off set up fee - £22.72/month AFTER CASHBACK & REWARDS
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EE Fibre Plus Broadband (51-80 Mb/s) £100 Mastercard + £100 Quidco @ £33/mnth+£15 one-off set up fee - £22.72/month AFTER CASHBACK & REWARDS

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Found 28th Feb
I'm out of contract with BT from April so this is what I found for my next painful ISP relationship.

Works out as £409 over 18 months (or £22.72/month)

My maths:
Set up fee = £15
Quidco = £100
EE Reward MasterCard = £100
Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33

Sum: 15+(33x18)-100-100 = £409 for 18 months (or £22.72/month)

Blurb from EE:

Fibre Plus Broadband 51-80 Mb/s estimated download speed range
(32 Mb/s minimum guaranteed speed)
• Great for speed hungry families with lots of devices connected at the same time• Up to 7x faster than average standard home broadband• Totally unlimited data usage, and we won’t throttle your speed • New EE Smart Hub router• Don’t worry line rental is already included in your monthly plan costsData Boost:

If you’ve got an EE pay monthly phone plan or 12-month SIM plan, we’ll boost your phone’s monthly data allowance by 5GB, worth £12.99 a month. So if you normally get 2GB of data a month on your EE phone, that automatically goes up to 7GB, and there’s nothing you need to do.

It’s even sweeter if you have an EE pay monthly 4GEE Max plan and Fibre Max broadband. We’ll boost your phone’s monthly data allowance by a massive 50GB, worth £99.95 a month.

Free £100 EE Reward Card

Take out EE Home Broadband and you'll also get an EE Reward Card loaded with £100. It’s a prepaid card so you can spend your money on pretty much anything you like, in most places that accept Mastercard®.

Once you’ve made one bill payment, we’ll send you an email with instructions on how to claim your £100 card.

Happy to be corrected on any of the above or shown a better deal. I think all ISPs prvide pretty poor service (price rises and unreliability) so price is where I must focus.
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k4ne19 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.


Welcome to the UK, third world country when it comes to internet speed.
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This not one of the deals on mse today?
Looks good, although just signed up to BT for £125 reward and £93 quidco cashback just over a month ago.
justanothercid8 m ago

This not one of the deals on mse today?



No. MSE don't tend to post the "best" deals at all times. They post one ones where they have a tie up and don't tend to promote TCB & Quidco.

Another example would be the MSE Energy Club. Bulb Energy came up as my 3rd cheapest alternative to British Gas as it was £20 more expensive than the cheapest (Avro I think?). MSE failed to mention the £26 TCB or the £50 I could get in my account by being referred - I think you'd agree that both of those would make Bulb cheapest. Thanks to MSE always for getting me 70% of the way there.

Feel free to delete your comment or post the MSE link.
Darklord8 m ago

Looks good, although just signed up to BT for £125 reward and £93 quidco c …Looks good, although just signed up to BT for £125 reward and £93 quidco cashback just over a month ago.



Good Work - I'm with them already so must switch. They offered to continue my current discount if I sign for 12 months again but without the cash back or reward card not really worth it for me.
J4Y_B5 m ago

No. MSE don't tend to post the "best" deals at all times. They post one …No. MSE don't tend to post the "best" deals at all times. They post one ones where they have a tie up and don't tend to promote TCB & Quidco.Another example would be the MSE Energy Club. Bulb Energy came up as my 3rd cheapest alternative to British Gas as it was £20 more expensive than the cheapest (Avro I think?). MSE failed to mention the £26 TCB or the £50 I could get in my account by being referred - I think you'd agree that both of those would make Bulb cheapest. Thanks to MSE always for getting me 70% of the way there.Feel free to delete your comment or post the MSE link.


Ah ok this has quidco but is same deal as broadband.moneysavingexpert.com/?ut…=1..
Sounds like false advertisement to me, BT own all these lines and only offer a max of 76mbps, how on earth can EE (a third party) offer 4mbps faster? Total BS.
justanothercid3 m ago

Ah ok this has quidco but is same deal as …Ah ok this has quidco but is same deal as https://broadband.moneysavingexpert.com/?utm_source=MSE_Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=27-Feb-18-8047&utm_campaign=nt-hiya&utm_content=1..

Link doesn't work matey.

Without Quidco? So £100 more expensive? OK, OK, I admit it...its exactly the same deal but £100 more expensive...

I hope you get to benefit from this deal...
twisted899 m ago

Sounds like false advertisement to me, BT own all these lines and only …Sounds like false advertisement to me, BT own all these lines and only offer a max of 76mbps, how on earth can EE (a third party) offer 4mbps faster? Total BS.



I agree - do you think we should write to Ofcom?
Edited by: "J4Y_B" 28th Feb
I’m with EE and had EE TV when it was launched and I’m paying £1.50 a month for it,they now want £8pm for it if I change my Broadband deal which means I’m adding £6.50 by “upgrading”
Currently on standard broadband with EE TV for £29pm.
Is it possible to get quid co or the £125 card if you’re already a customer?
Edited by: "Pvfc1234567890" 28th Feb
Wtf ?!!!

-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here
-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)
-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps here

Not here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.
k4ne4 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.


Where’s here?:/
k4ne15 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.


I wasn't a brexiter but I am now. Show off
Where the hell 12 months contracts for broadband (or fibre) gone? Did I miss something?
k4ne19 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.


Welcome to the UK, third world country when it comes to internet speed.
Pvfc12345678901 h, 7 m ago

I’m with EE and had EE TV when it was launched and I’m paying £1.50 a mont …I’m with EE and had EE TV when it was launched and I’m paying £1.50 a month for it,they now want £8pm for it if I change my Broadband deal which means I’m adding £6.50 by “upgrading”Currently on standard broadband with EE TV for £29pm.Is it possible to get quid co or the £125 card if you’re already a customer?



I doubt it mate - these deals are generally for "new" customers. Your best bet will be to go to BT, and pronto since you're paying a lot for standard broadband.

FYI the £125 card is for the max Fibre (76Mb/s) and that's £45/month I think so prob not worth it.
Admast7945 m ago

Welcome to the UK, third world country when it comes to internet speed.


Ditto with Canada, except they're charged a lot more the poor sods.
I'm still waiting 6months later for my EE Broadband cashback of £125 to arrive, I'm not hopeful after it was declined for no reason.
My speeds are also rubbish, they keep dropping and I have to reset my router daily, EE are 'looking' into the problem. I only went with EE because they gave me 5GB data boost on my mobile. I miss Sky Broadband.
k4ne2 h, 22 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.


Yup, British Telecomonopoly PLC

btplc.com
copperspock1 h, 27 m ago

Ditto with Canada, except they're charged a lot more the poor sods.


Man a mobile is mental, my mates dad owns a large franchise chain of Telus stores, so F expensive!

“Data 1 GB

Talk 300 local* daytime minutes

TextUnlimited nationwide

$75/month”

that’s £42.49 at today’s exchange rate!!!

^$5 off if you go sim only
Edited by: "seaniboy" 28th Feb
k4ne2 h, 36 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.


Thats not the average speeds or costs though is it. Germany averages about 19mb at about 28 Euros a month, the UK averages around 16mb for (the equivalent of) 33 Euros. So a bit slower, a bit more expensive. You may possibly have found some great deal but you make it sound that everyone is on that package. And why would most people ever need anywhere near 1gbps outside of business usage?
seaniboy1 h, 0 m ago

Man a mobile is mental, my mates dad owns a large franchise chain of Telus …Man a mobile is mental, my mates dad owns a large franchise chain of Telus stores, so F expensive! “Data 1 GB Talk 300 local* daytime minutesTextUnlimited nationwide$75/month” that’s £42.49 at today’s exchange rate!!! ^$5 off if you go sim only


Yup. They even charge you to receive calls on PAYG!
copperspock25 m ago

Yup. They even charge you to receive calls on PAYG!


Shhhh... Brexit Torie$ DWP minister staff member might hear you! These telecommunications shareholding’s are paying them and thier mates not enough dividend and the poor have got it far too easy, and EU law will be gone so we just charge for incoming calls (DWP/HMRC get our 0800 calls costs back from the robbing bastards) and then some more for profits ! Dividend pay to my wife, daughter, son as they don’t pay 40% tax so money in our pockets, every £100 helps
Edited by: "seaniboy" 28th Feb
Only seems to be £75 cash back on the up to 37meg product
Good deal.
FYI for existing customers, I’ve just got of the phone to EE and got offered normal fibre broadband 37mb (not super fast fibre as it’s not avail in my area). £25pm 18m contract and £75 prepaid card on 2nd bill payment. Also get data boost and weekend calls. Equiv cost £20.83pm
EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone else said BT own all the infrastructure. If you want a fault repairing open reach are the ones that do it and charge EE full price to do it. That comes in at 60 charge and EE said they would charge it if the fault was in my property. So I went 11 months with the Internet dropping out interrupting streaming then when I threatened to canx they had a death bed conversion. They even had the cheek to ring me up and ask why I canx after I'd told them to shove it. They are total and I don't use this lightly total fwits. However saying that I'm on EE mobile broadband on max at 64gb for 14 that's excellent but forget about fibre.
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k4ne5 h, 42 m ago

Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ …Wtf ?!!!-Set up fee ?!!! > 0€ here-Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £33 > 35€ here (unlimited data, tv, unlimited phone, etc...)-51-80 Mb/s !!!! > 1gbps/500mbps hereNot here to brag, but is this what you usually have in the UK ? Speed seems pretty low.



our "fibre" isn't fibre at all. it's VDSL and yeah it sucks. if you are lucky enough to live in a block of nice flats in a city you can get gigabit for about £30 a month. I get 350mbit cable for £30 a month with virgin. But we also have a backup VDSL "fibre" line with vodafone which is 70mbit for £28 a month. Depends what you can get. Some people get super amazing fast, some people get fast, and some people are stuck in the <10mbps probably all for the same price. The regulators and the monopolies still think they can squeeze more out of the copper that was laid down > 100 years ago instead of investing in real FTTP. G.Fast might make things a little more normal in the not too distant uk future.. (who really needs gigabit .. honestly?)
Just moved to EE from BT.

Not sure I would recommend based on throttled P2P.
With BT there was no throttling

If you don't use P2P then its fine
deleted154599828th Feb

our "fibre" isn't fibre at all. it's VDSL and yeah it sucks. if you are …our "fibre" isn't fibre at all. it's VDSL and yeah it sucks. if you are lucky enough to live in a block of nice flats in a city you can get gigabit for about £30 a month. I get 350mbit cable for £30 a month with virgin. But we also have a backup VDSL "fibre" line with vodafone which is 70mbit for £28 a month. Depends what you can get. Some people get super amazing fast, some people get fast, and some people are stuck in the <10mbps probably all for the same price. The regulators and the monopolies still think they can squeeze more out of the copper that was laid down > 100 years ago instead of investing in real FTTP. G.Fast might make things a little more normal in the not too distant uk future.. (who really needs gigabit .. honestly?)


You Need a redundancy line

100 years ago is quite an exaggeration
pengwyn2 h, 46 m ago

EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone …EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone else said BT own all the infrastructure. If you want a fault repairing open reach are the ones that do it and charge EE full price to do it. That comes in at 60 charge and EE said they would charge it if the fault was in my property. So I went 11 months with the Internet dropping out interrupting streaming then when I threatened to canx they had a death bed conversion. They even had the cheek to ring me up and ask why I canx after I'd told them to shove it. They are total and I don't use this lightly total fwits. However saying that I'm on EE mobile broadband on max at 64gb for 14 that's excellent but forget about fibre.


This is a weird comment, you contradict yourself a little?!

If BT own all of the infrastructure, hence the service you're getting is the same no matter which provider you choose, doesn't it make sense to go with the cheapest/best value for money? In this case, this deal being a great one given the cashback and rewards?
pengwyn2 h, 51 m ago

EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone …EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone else said BT own all the infrastructure. If you want a fault repairing open reach are the ones that do it and charge EE full price to do it. That comes in at 60 charge and EE said they would charge it if the fault was in my property. So I went 11 months with the Internet dropping out interrupting streaming then when I threatened to canx they had a death bed conversion. They even had the cheek to ring me up and ask why I canx after I'd told them to shove it. They are total and I don't use this lightly total fwits. However saying that I'm on EE mobile broadband on max at 64gb for 14 that's excellent but forget about fibre.


no different from BT.
60 pound charge if fault was in the property
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jamhops40 m ago

You Need a redundancy line :o100 years ago is quite an exaggeration


ok ok as far as i can tell GPO phone lines (pre BT) were put down around 1919-1929 in great numbers. It's not so far off to say 100years +

and the redundant line is because i both work at home in my main job, and run a home business. technically.. we have another redundant as well because we have a 4G backup too
Edited by: "deleted1545998" 28th Feb
pengwyn3 h, 1 m ago

EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone …EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband. As someone else said BT own all the infrastructure. If you want a fault repairing open reach are the ones that do it and charge EE full price to do it. That comes in at 60 charge and EE said they would charge it if the fault was in my property. So I went 11 months with the Internet dropping out interrupting streaming then when I threatened to canx they had a death bed conversion. They even had the cheek to ring me up and ask why I canx after I'd told them to shove it. They are total and I don't use this lightly total fwits. However saying that I'm on EE mobile broadband on max at 64gb for 14 that's excellent but forget about fibre.


Simplistically yes they own all the equipment and cable up to the exchange. From thereon it goes on to your providers backhaul. So it does matter who you go with as a provider can provide a very different service to others from that point over their own network. People have issues mainly because of BT's creaking infrastructure, their own phone wiring and the increasing attempts to eek yet more out of aged copper.

Not everyone has issues with FTTC, it's frustrating for everyone that does but it's no reason to write off a perfectly serviceable product. There's millions of people in this country use it and millions have no issues, you tend only to hear from the ones that do.
pengwyn3 h, 37 m ago

EE?!? You'd have to be mad to use their landline broadband.


No complaints here. With Origin Broadband though, yes, you would be "mad" to use their broadband.
delboyd1 h, 12 m ago

This is a weird comment, you contradict yourself a little?!If BT own all …This is a weird comment, you contradict yourself a little?!If BT own all of the infrastructure, hence the service you're getting is the same no matter which provider you choose, doesn't it make sense to go with the cheapest/best value for money? In this case, this deal being a great one given the cashback and rewards?




I don't like it when the network bends over to help just as I'm about to canx. I'll never go Ee again especially because of this
I left Sky 2 years ago & moved to BT for the £150 reward card + casback from Quidco, all good.
Last year I left BT & moved to EE for their deal and casback (£90) from Quidco. The cashback was not honoured.
I also moved 2 separate mobile accounts in different names to EE. Using 2 separate Quidco accounts, only 1 received the £45 cashback.
EE fibre broadband has been ok but mobile calls in and out of Croydon have been awful. They acknowledged it was their problem and supplied a signal booster but I'll be moving at end of contract next month.
My message "don't factor in cashback when considering switch to any EE service as you stand less than 50% chance of receiving it from Quidco".
Bad broadband tips
We always hear people complain about bad broadband, because noone reports it correctly. This is how u do it.

1- Take out any broadband. With the best deal you find
2- Any issues however small file a formal complaint record the date
3- Keep complaining if they don’t fix it...report to the ombudsman after 6 weeks of your first complaint and take out another broadband.

It will take a while but eventually you will receive the original deal discount & your old broadband refunded in full + compensation
And you other service you took out.

force the companies to pay they might change.:{
Edited by: "prash_2k" 1st Mar
twisted8923 h, 10 m ago

Sounds like false advertisement to me, BT own all these lines and only …Sounds like false advertisement to me, BT own all these lines and only offer a max of 76mbps, how on earth can EE (a third party) offer 4mbps faster? Total BS.


BT reserve some bandwidth for their openzone wifi, could be due to that.
Works out as £409 over 18 months (or £22.72/month)

It looks as though the offer has changed - and not for the better...

Set up fee = £35 - increased by £20
Quidco = £100 - expires in 3 days
EE Reward MasterCard = £0 - not offered any more?
Monthly fee (for 18 months) = £31 - dropped by £2

Sum: 35+(31x18)-100 = now £493 for 18 months (or £27.39/month)

Or have I not clicked the right link? Would have bitten at the original offer...
Gspaddock28th Feb

I'm still waiting 6months later for my EE Broadband cashback of £125 to …I'm still waiting 6months later for my EE Broadband cashback of £125 to arrive, I'm not hopeful after it was declined for no reason.My speeds are also rubbish, they keep dropping and I have to reset my router daily, EE are 'looking' into the problem. I only went with EE because they gave me 5GB data boost on my mobile. I miss Sky Broadband.


Same here. Offered £110 cashback for fibre at the time. Had to raise a claim through quidco who turned round and said offer you £43 instead which is lower than rate for standard broadband. When I complained basically told me tough that's rate you're getting now.
Don't take deal just because of cashback as their reviews on quidco for paying out aren't the best as I've now experienced.
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