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Get online for less with EE broadband



EE broadband (formerly Orange broadband) are offering great deals on their home broadband that you can buy online, but when it comes to shopping for broadband, are you one of those people who finds the range of choice on offer a bit baffling? You’re not alone – there are so many different providers and options to choose from that it can be difficult to know what’s best for you.

Take just a few minutes to read our handy guide to EE broadband and see if they’re the right choice for you and your family this winter.

What’s on offer?


EE offer standard broadband and unlimited fibre broadband with different speeds. Of course, fibre broadband won’t be available across all areas of the UK, but you can use the handy speed and availability checker on EE’s website to see which service you could get. The type of package you sign up for obviously depends on your speed – if you download a lot of films and music then an unlimited package probably suits you best, whilst if you’re simply browsing and checking email, you can save money by opting for a standard package. At the moment, EE are offering their broadband starting from just £20 a month for 18 months (with no set-up fee) which makes them great value for money – you can head to uswitch.com or one of the other comparison websites to compare them against other providers if you don’t believe us! Fibre broadband offer is for £23 per month for 18 months; so if you can get this in your area you could enjoy faster download speeds.

Switching to EE


There’s no need to worry when it comes to switching to EE broadband, as the process is so simple that anyone can do it. You simply choose your plan, tell your current provider that you’re switching to EE and provide EE with your Mac code. In return, they’ll provide you with Black Box router that’s easy to setup!

It’s a good idea to head to one of the comparison websites and compare the deals on offer from EE with some of the other broadband providers such as BT, Sky and Virgin, to make sure that you’re getting the best deal for your money. Bear in mind that if you’re wanting to bundle your broadband with a phone line and TV service, you may save more money by taking a complete package with a provider such as Virgin or Sky – but do shop around to ensure that you’re certain EE broadband is the provider for you before signing up!

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