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Standard User AdamInTheSticks
(regular) Wed 19-Sep-18 20:18:51
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Refreshed EE Mobile Broadband packages


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Just a quick note to those who may be interested: it looks like EE have refreshed their mobile broadband packages (the ones with the 4GEE Home Router):

4GEE Mobile Broadband Packages

They have all been reduced by £10 per month (which brings the 50Gb to 200Gb packages back to their "as launched" prices, they had risen by £10 in recent months), and they've added a 500Gb data per month option as the top-end package.

This is timely, as it ties in with a recent thread on the forum discussing EE / BT's plans for USO coverage here: http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/fibre/t/4600972-ofc...

At least this provides larger data packages (as predicted by Andrew! - Last paragraph: http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/fibre/t/4601232-re-...).

If they drop by a further £10 per month in future, they would start to become a reasonably affordable alternative to those of us without fixed line superfast broadband.

Kind regards,

Adam. smile
Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 30-Sep-18 13:29:33
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Re: Refreshed EE Mobile Broadband packages


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Whilst pushing my mobile bill from £68 to nearly £100 a month for 100GB on 1 and 40GB on the other sim with a Galaxy S9+

Ouch!
Standard User AdamInTheSticks
(regular) Sat 06-Oct-18 11:06:23
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Ouch indeed!

Especially as they've just dropped the 200Gb package a further £10 to £50 per month (see: https://shop.ee.co.uk/dongles/pay-monthly-mobile-bro...).

Times are getting a bit interesting for the "4G as home broadband" idea, now that Three have now removed tethering limitations as per ISPReview Article (how long will that last ?!). I've ordered a free Three SIM just for testing purposes, to try it in my 4G router - I have doubts that I can get a 4G signal here from Three (according to their coverage maps anyway, although as it's nearby, my router may pick it up - may have to try with my external omni-directional 4G antenna too, which isn't yet installed).

Anyway - with the EE price reduction on their 4GEE data, you should be able to haggle with them & negotiate a lower cost maybe - worth a try!

Kind regards,

Adam. smile


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Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 11-Oct-18 19:04:57
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I won't be trying this is a mobile contract but I will be canning it at he end of the 24 months and going back to what I used to do - buy a sim only deal and get my own phone!
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