EE Broadband Offers

  • Compare EE Home Fibre Broadband
  • Add EE TV, access on demand entertainment and Pay TV
  • Store up to 600 hours of standard TV or 300 hours of HD TV
  • Includes line rental and a range of inclusive benefits
EE Broadband
Broadband Package:*Average SpeedSetupMonthly Cost
EE Broadband

OFFER:

5GB mobile monthly data boost - every month!


  • Smaller households with one or two devices

  • Includes line rental

10 Mb£10.00£20.00See Deal
18 month contract
EE Fibre Broadband

OFFER:

5GB mobile monthly data boost - every month!


  • Streaming & downloading on multiple devices

  • Includes line rental

36 Mb£15.00£26.00See Deal
18 month contract
EE Fibre Plus Broadband

OFFER:

5GB mobile monthly data boost - every month!


  • For big families and shared houses

  • Includes line rental

  • Our fastest fibre speeds

67 Mb£0.00£30.00See Deal
18 month contract
EE TV and Unlimited Broadband


  • Best for small households and basic usage

  • Over 70 free channels and 11 in HD

  • Access to on demand entertainment

  • Access to Pay TV including Sky Sports, Movies, Box Sets, Rakuten TV, Hopster and hayu

  • Store up to 600 hours of standard TV or 300 hours of HD

  • Includes line rental

10 Mb£10.00£31.50See Deal
18 month contract
EE TV and Unlimited Fibre Broadband


  • For families streaming/downloading across multiple devices

  • Over 70 free channels and 11 in HD

  • Access to on demand entertainment

  • Access to Pay TV including Sky Sports, Movies, Box Sets, Rakuten TV, Hopster and hayu

  • Store up to 600 hours of standard TV or 300 hours of HD

  • Includes line rental

36 Mb£15.00£34.00See Deal
18 month contract
EE TV and Unlimited Fibre Plus Broadband


  • For big families and shared houses

  • Includes line rental

  • Our fastest fibre speeds

67 Mb£0.00£38.00See Deal
18 month contract
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*Average speed is calculated as the speed available to 50% of customers during peak time. The UK government regulator for communications, Ofcom, defines peak time as being between the hours of 8pm - 10pm. The actual speed you may get will depend on a number of factors including where you live, the type of cabling used, the time of day and how far you live from the telephone exchange. Some broadband providers may give you are more accurate indication as to the speed you can expect before signing up. This speed may be different to the one used in our comparison tables.