EE home phone/broadband Price Increase, January 2017

12 replies
Found 21st Nov 2016
EE are increasing their prices above the RPI allowing you to leave penalty free.

I raised on the EE forum after stumbling over an increase:-

community.ee.co.uk/t5/…854

Not many helpful replies but 'starry' saved the day:-

'I received an e-mail today about the price increases for January...

The price of your line rental will increase by £1.75 a month

 

The price of calls you make from your landline that are outside of your plan allowance is changing; our call connection fee to UK landlines and mobiles will increase from 17p to 20p

There are also changes to other call rates

 

Then the normal rubbish blurb......

 

We try to keep price rises to a minimum, but in order to continue to invest in the service that we provide, we need to make this price increase. We appreciate that the price increase does change the amount you spend with EE each month. So if you would like to discuss your options or cancel your contract without charge please call us by 16 December 2016 on 0800 079 0177'

12 Comments

Can i just switch from now? or do i need to contact ee first?

shalton

Can i just switch from now? or do i need to contact ee first?



Just tell the new provider and they will inform ee

youngy7

Just tell the new provider and they will inform ee


I know how to switch normally.
In this EE situation, i want to make sure I get to leave without penalties.

Original Poster

get a call recording app if u have android (not sure on ios) then call EE.

You need to tell them you are leaving due to the price increase and tell them this should be penalty free.

EE are increasing my mobile price plan next month by 2.5% so can I leave penalty free?

Which provider isn't raising their prices? That's EE, BT and Sky now, isn't it.

Banned

cleverclogs13

EE are increasing my mobile price plan next month by 2.5% so can I leave … EE are increasing my mobile price plan next month by 2.5% so can I leave penalty free?



Just yours or everyones?

moneysavingkitten

Which provider isn't raising their prices? That's EE, BT and Sky now, … Which provider isn't raising their prices? That's EE, BT and Sky now, isn't it.


A graphical representation guess who you are ?
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thewongwing101

A graphical representation guess who you are ?



The tarmac?

cleverclogs13

EE are increasing my mobile price plan next month by 2.5% so can I leave … EE are increasing my mobile price plan next month by 2.5% so can I leave penalty free?


No unfortunately, if it was any more than the RPI figure you could.

moneysavingkitten

The tarmac?


I'm the fence X)

thewongwing101

I'm the fence X)



One day we might work our way up to being the rock X)
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