Full fibre broadband from EE offers download speeds up to 900Mbps and upload speeds up to 28Mbps. We've selected the best EE full fibre deals.
Get a boost to your mobile data – If you’re an EE mobile customer with a pay monthly plan, you’ll get an additional 5GB of mobile data if you sign up for an EE fibre broadband plan. That goes up to an extra 20GB if you get an ultrafast Fibre Max plan.
Add on Apple TV 4K with BT Sport – Since EE TV was retired, EE has offered broadband bundles with Apple TV 4K, with BT Sport included. Apple TV 4K provides access to apps such as BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and All 4, as well as subscription channels such as Netflix and Prime Video. Packages including Apple TV 4K cost more than the broadband package alone.
Get a free Smart Hub router – All EE’s fibre broadband packages come with a free Smart Hub router, which the company claims provides signals that are twice as powerful as the Bright Box router bundled with its standard broadband plan. For an extra £10 a month, you can upgrade to the EE Smart Wi-Fi service, which includes a Smart Wi-Fi Booster Disc that can extend the range of the Wi-Fi in your home. It also comes with a portable 4GEE Wi-Fi Mini Hotspot that you can take with you to generate a Wi-Fi signal from EE’s mobile network.
|Broadband Package||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Price|
|Standard Broadband||0Mbps||1Mbps||£0 per month|
|Fibre Broadband||36Mbps||10Mbps||£31.99 per month|
|Fibre Plus Broadband||74Mbps||19Mbps||£35.99 per month|
|Fibre Max 100 Broadband||0Mbps||28Mbps||£0 per month|
|Fibre Max 500 Broadband||500Mbps||28Mbps||£43.99 per month|
|Fibre Max Gigabit Broadband||900Mbps||28Mbps||£49.99 per month|
EE has been around since 2010, when the UK mobile providers Orange (owned by France Télécom) and T-Mobile (owned by Deutsche Telekom) were merged. A couple of years later, what was previously known as Orange broadband was rebranded as EE broadband, and the company expanded into fibre optic broadband, too.
Then, in early 2016, EE was bought out by BT. But even though BT broadband and EE broadband are run by the same company, they’re not quite the same: take a look at this guide to see some of the differences.
Because they’re run by the same company, there are a lot of similarities between EE broadband and BT broadband in terms of the network and routers. But there are also a few differences in the packages each one offers. Below are the main broadband packages offered by EE.
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While EE doesn't do an awful lot to stand out as a broadband provider, it is a safe pair of hands and a good choice if you're already an EE Mobile customer. You can read our full review of EE Broadband for our detailed opinion.
Although it’s less of an issue these days with Full Fibre Broadband, all providers must advertise their prices with line rental included. EE Broadband is no exception and while it may separate out line rental on your bill, the prices advertised are the prices you will pay.
In all likelihood, yes. EE Broadband, as with all other broadband providers on the Openreach network, is available to around 97% of UK homes. Note, though, that if you can't get fibre from other providers, it is all but certain you can't get it from EE either.
It is the home broadband service offered by EE, the UK's largest mobile network provider.
Truth be told, you'd be hard pressed to pick between them. Both offer the same speeds and even the same router. Choice for most will come down to whether they are already with EE for their mobile (some benefits if they are), or if they are already with BT for their landline.
EE broadband prices start from £31.99 per month. To check the latest prices, use our comparison tool.