ISP EE Discounts £2 from Monthly Broadband and Phone Prices – ISPreview.co.uk

New customers of EE’s UK fixed line home broadband and phone (ADSL, FTTC and G.fast) packages may like to know that the ISP will later this morning knock another -£2 off their monthly prices for the first 18 months of service, although this will only be available to order between now and 28th July 2019.

All of their packages include phone line rental, unlimited data usage and an included Smart Hub wireless broadband router (you’ll only get an older Bright Box router on their 10Mbps plan). On top of that existing EE Pay Monthly mobile subscribers will benefit from an extra 5GB of mobile data, which increases to 20GB on their top Fibre Max (G.fast) plans.

Options also exist to add an Apple TV 4K set-top-box and various calling add-ons (e.g. Anytime calls for an extra +£5 per month).

Standard Broadband (10Mbps)
£20 a month with £0 setup (£32 after 18 months)

Fibre Broadband (36Mbps)
£26 a month with £0 setup (£37 after 18 months)

Fibre Plus Broadband (67Mbps)
£30 a month with £0 setup (£42 after 18 months)

Fibre Max 1 (145Mbps)
£40 a month with £0 setup (£49 after 18 months)

Fibre Max 2 (300Mbps)
£47 a month with £0 setup (£54 after 18 months)

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