EE’s superfast fibre broadband products are currently free for the first free months. Until the end of May 2013, you only pay £14/month for line rental, saving up to £75.
Normally there’s a £50 connection fee but this is being waived under the new offer and an EE-branded router is thrown in for free as well.
Only available to Orange, T-Mobile and EE customers, the deal is aimed at getting more people on board with EE’s superfast broadband service.
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Available packages include the entry level £15/month service which gives you top download speeds of 38Mbps and a 40GB usage cap. The medium level £20/month service gives you the same 38Mbps top speed and comes with unlimited downloads. The premium £25/month service provides top speeds of 76Mbps and features unlimited downloads.
EE’s superfast broadband services are available in any of the 15 million premises covered by BT Openreach’s fibre-based footprint. EE superfast broadband makes use of BT’s FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) network. While FTTC provides much faster speeds than ADSL in most cases, the old distance difference still applies – the further away you are from a street cabinet, the slower your speeds will be.
If you can’t get superfast, EE also offers standard ADSL-based broadband, providing speeds of up to 14Mbps for £5/month. This too is on offer, with the first six months being given away free. Again, you’d pay just £14/month for line rental for the first six month, saving Orange, T-Mobile and EE customers £30 on their broadband.
As with the superfast deal, this offer expires on May 31, 2013, so if you want to make a saving sign up before then.