So, you’re in the market for a new broadband provider, are you? Well, you’re not the only one. Though much of Britain is already locked in with a broadband provider, every single day thousands more join the market, and many thousands more decide to leave their current provider in search of a better deal.
The only issue is just who you sign up with. From big hitters like BT, Sky and Virgin to some of the lesser known providers who save money on advertising to offer lower rates, it’s a big market out there.
One of the dark horses of the broadband race has been EE, who’ve made an effort to break out of their mobile-centric business model and offer a range of other services like broadband, home phone and even television to their customers.
If you’re thinking about getting EE Broadband though, you’ll need to know just how much they cost. So, join us as we share the details.
All information correct as of January, 2017.
How much does EE’s Broadband cost?
EE have two broadband options, and two further options which add EE TV to the equation for an extra fee. Their two broadband plans are:
- Broadband – The standard broadband deal for EE customers has speeds up to 17Mbps and has a completely unlimited data cap. That’s a nice bonus for customers, who don’t need to worry about streaming too much and hitting their limit. Also included are weekend landline calls, 5GB extra mobile data if you’re an EE mobile customer. Total monthly cost: £19.50 for 18 months, with a £7 router delivery fee.
- Fibre Broadband – The Fibre Broadband deal ups the speed to 38Mbps, but otherwise keeps the features the same as the standard broadband deal. That means you’ll be getting unlimited broadband, inclusive weekend landline calls and 5GB of extra mobile data if you’re an EE mobile customer. Total monthly cost: £28.50 for 18 months, with a £32 router delivery + fibre connection fee (currently reduced to £7)
These two deals can be augmented with EE TV for an extra fee. EE TV takes Freeview and juices it up with access to mountains of catch up and on demand content from the likes of YouTube, Wuaki, Now TV, the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and many, many more. You can also rewind, fast forward and record live TV with EE TV. Best of all? You can take your TV with you around the house, watching via a smartphone or tablet.
To add EE TV to your package increases the cost of the Broadband package to £28.50 a month for 18 months. For Fibre Broadband customers, taking EE TV increases the monthly cost to £33.50 a month.
As a final deal, you can add anytime landline calls, an additional 1500 minutes to your EE mobile contract and calls to landlines in over 40 countries for another £6.50 a month.