EE Broadband Review
About EE Broadband
In 2010, Orange and T-Mobile merged and the result was EE. Later on, it was acquired by BT which is a much bigger company. However, BT decided to isolate the EE brand. Although EE is popularly known for its extensive and superfast mobile network, they also provide broadband services. EE’s broadband plans consist of multiple varieties which differ in speed and price.
If you are experiencing a slow speed in your area or you are unable to access a secure broadband line, then the EE 4G or the EE 5G home router is ideal for you.
Every EE broadband plan offers unlimited data usage without any download limitation or data caps. You can always assure that your speed will not be lessened especially during peak usage times.
EE mobile broadband gives you the fastest and most reliable connection wherever you go. All you have to do is switch on the EE 4G WiFi device and you can easily connect your laptop, phone, or table while you are on the go.
EE Broadband Review
Minimum Subscription Period
All EE Broadband plans including Fibre, Fibre Plus, and Fibre Max broadband plans, as well as some of EE Standard broadband plans, come with an 18-month minimum subscription period. But for EE Standard broadband, you can avail the 12-month minimum subscription period.
Also, every EE broadband plan comes with an unlimited data allowance which can be availed by consumers as well as clients from small businesses who are using the internet service either at home or at business premises.
Perhaps you might be wondering why you can only see a single monthly charge on your bill. Well, it’s because the line rental payment of £19 for your EE broadband plan is already included in your monthly charges. Most likely, your monthly bill will be delivered to you online. However, take note that you will be required to pay some additional charges if you won’t be able to pay on your due date.
If you are a new subscriber, then it will take up to 30 days before your EE broadband plan will be fully installed. This includes the installation of your telephone line.
EE ADSL broadband is also referred to as the standard broadband. In the UK, this is the most popular type of broadband at the moment. It can reach a speed of up to 17Mb/sec. It is also easy to obtain since it is commonly available anywhere in the UK.
Standard copper telephone cables are being used in installing ADSL broadband. This means that if you are far from your local telephone exchange, then most likely you will receive a slower speed.
Subscribers of any unlimited Broadband plans who are located within EE’s network area will be able to enjoy an unlimited data allowance. So, you won’t have to worry about any additional costs or usage caps while you are browsing, downloading or streaming videos.
EE Standard Broadband plan costs £21 per month within the 18-month subscription. This amount already includes the line rental charges of £19. Your monthly bill also comes with an £11 discount. But after 18 months, you will be charged with £32 a month. Take note that prices are subject to changes during your plan.
Fibre Optic Broadband
EE Fibre Broadband is ideal for large families where most of its members are always streaming and downloading videos in various devices. Even if you have multiple devices in your home, you can connect them all at once.
There are two types of EE Fibre Broadband plans that you can choose from. The first one has a download speed of up to 38Mb/sec. This is approximately three times faster compared to the standard broadband. If you need something faster, then you can avail the second plan which has a speed of 76Mb/sec. This is about seven times faster compared to the standard broadband. Before any of these plans can be installed in your home, you must first verify the speed that is available in your area.