EE is cutting the cost of its superfast Fibre Broadband services for the first six months of the contract.
The Unlimited Fibre FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) services, providing top download speeds of 38Mbps and 76Mbps, will cost you £5/month and £15/month each – plus £15.75/month for line rental – for the first half of your 12 month contract.
Once the introductory period is up, the standard prices of £19.95/month and £29.95/month will apply.
With the cost of line rental rolled in to this, EE’s Fibre Broadband jumps to £20.75/month and £30.75/month before the discount period ends.
After six months the total prices climb to £35.70/month and £45.75/month respectively.
There’s currently no connection or installation fee – EE is still waiving the £50 charge – and you get weekend calls to UK landlines included. BT currently launched an introductory rate offer for its entry-level BT Infinity 1 package.
While it’s an FTTC-based service like EE Fibre Broadband, you’re not absolved from paying for a connection fee and a 20GB monthly usage cap applies.
If you want to throw in anytime calls plus calls to international and mobile numbers, you can throw these in for an extra £5/month each.
All of EE’s Fibre Broadband services come with unlimited downloads and the BrightBox 2 wireless router as standard.
Following the launch of EE TV – which is exclusive to EE mobile and broadband customers – the UK’s biggest mobile network has now become a quad play provider. Similar to BT, Virgin Media and TalkTalk, EE offers four services – mobile, home home, broadband and now TV – to it’s customers.
The current offer expires on October 29.