New Fibre Max plan introduced by EE

EE, the major mobile internet provider in UK, has introduced the new Fibre Max plan, another capable home broadband package. EE believes this is as yet the company’s most inclusive broadband package, becouse the package comes bundled with up to 76Mbps speeds, with inclusive calls to UK’s landlines and to fifty international destinations. The package offers its users 1,500 minutes to mobiles in UK and gives access to the new Call Plus add-on for free. It gives users 7 calling features, such as, call diversion, call rejection and 3-way calling. The package comes with free Norton Security Premium software for a year, plus the advanced Brightbox 2 router and also 100% UK and Ireland customer service.

Customers who are presently EE’s pay monthly mobile subscriber, will be getting a mobile data boost of 5GB when they take up Fibre Max, that’s worth actually £12.99 per month to the subscriber. Fibre Max is being offered at £45 a month, with an 18-month contract. Or you get it for a monthly £53, if EE TV gets added. Those who are signing-up for the package before 30th November, will get Google Home for free, which is worth £129. Customers will not be charged set-up fees for fibre plans up to 7th December, thus saving them £35. EE says the plan is ideal as an all-inclusive broadband product. Furthermore, the new plan offers the best of EE Broadband, coming with download speeds of up to 76Mbps, plus a bouquet of additional features.

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