UNLIMITED EE HOME BROADBAND - £100 EE REWARD CARD - £19 A MONTH (£342 FOR 18 MONTH) @ EE (Broadband Choices)
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UNLIMITED EE HOME BROADBAND - £100 EE REWARD CARD - £19 A MONTH (£342 FOR 18 MONTH) @ EE (Broadband Choices)

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Found 11th Jun
  • Unlimited Standard Home Broadband
  • Average Speed 10Mb/s
  • 18 Month Contract Includes Line Rental
  • No Setup Fee
  • £100 EE Reward Card

£19 Month
£342 for 18 Month

Including £100 EE Reward Card
£13.44 Month
£242 for 18 Month


Features
  • 5GB mobile data boost
  • £50 Cancellation Credit
  • Truly unlimited broadband usage
  • Average 10 Mb broadband speed*
  • Pay as you go calls
  • Free Activation
  • Free hardware
  • 18 month contract

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10 Comments
Plusnet vs EE fibre 76MB any thoughts (London area) ???
devlo1 h, 6 m ago

Plusnet vs EE fibre 76MB any thoughts (London area) ???


They are almost identical. Just moved to EE from Plusnet and router is the same as is the speed. In the last 3 years due to price rises mid contract I have been with BT twice, Plusnet twice and now I'm with EE and apart from BT having a nicer router there is no difference in service whatsoever.
Vodafone £20 month fibre 38 no brainer.
Also £100 TCB (today)
Ghost842 h, 46 m ago

Vodafone £20 month fibre 38 no brainer.


Can you give a link to that?
zipgun27 m ago

Can you give a link to that?


No sorry I took it out back in March but even now it's only £21 a month. My speed has never dropped below 36.5 mbps. It's worth a go as you have the first 30 days cool off period if your not happy with it.
mcormack1 h, 58 m ago

Also £100 TCB (today)


Showing £100 on Android app and £40 for standard and £80 for fibre on the website
I am confused
7800gtman14 h, 15 m ago

They are almost identical. Just moved to EE from Plusnet and router is the …They are almost identical. Just moved to EE from Plusnet and router is the same as is the speed. In the last 3 years due to price rises mid contract I have been with BT twice, Plusnet twice and now I'm with EE and apart from BT having a nicer router there is no difference in service whatsoever.


Did you have the PN hub one? I found this router to be useless. The neighbours sky and BT router would have a stronger signal despite me being closer and having line of sight to the router - even when selecting channels that aren’t in use! Also had to split the 2 frequency bands into 2 different SSIDs to get it to work!

Is the EE router any better in this respect?
Heat! Shame BT Group think substandard is “standard” on a city exchange - 2 meg 33978707-Pexhd.jpg
Vodaphone is better - to find the deal use check availability and that's stupidly cheap I'll get my family to change over when their contract ends.
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