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EE FREE Fibre Broadband Connection Offer – Save £25

EE Free Fibre Connection

Customers switching to EE Fibre Broadband in EE’s biggest ever SALE can enjoy FREE Fibre Connection, saving £25, when they order online at broadband.ee.co.uk by the 2nd of May 2017.

And that’s not all…If a customer is charged for leaving their current broadband provider early to switch to EE Fibre Broadband, EE will give them a £50 credit.

EE Fibre Broadband, Line Rental & Calls – £28.50p/m

Take a look below at EE’s award-winning unlimited fibre broadband with brilliant extras. Here’s what you get:

  • Fibre optic broadband speeds up to 38Mbps, perfect for streaming & downloading across multiple devices
  • A totally unlimited plan with no usage caps or download limits
  • EE’s latest slim ‘plug & play’ wireless router, meaning there’s no engineer visit required & also no waiting in for the router to arrive as it will fit through most letterboxes
  • One year’s FREE subscription to Norton Security Premium for up to 10 devices (worth £59.99)
  • FREE Fibre connection, saving £25
  • Inclusive phone line rental and weekend UK landline calls
  • An impressive 5GB boost to a customer’s monthly data allowance if they’re an existing EE pay monthly mobile customer
  • An easy switching process, with no need for customers to contact their existing broadband supplier as EE will do it for them
  • Legal Stuff To Consider

  • An 18 month contract applies
  • A one-off £7 router delivery charge applies
  • EE phone line rental is required and is now included in the combined package price of £28.50 a month
  • What Next?

    Interested readers can find out more on EE’s FREE Fibre Broadband Connection offer and order online at the broadband.ee.co.uk website.

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