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Brightbox - EE
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EE Unlimited Broadband and Calls

Free Norton Security for 12 months, 2 for 1 cinema tickets every wednesday, unlimited weekend calls + no broadband usage limits.

NEW DEAL: BETTER THAN HALF PRICE plus 2 for 1 cinema tickets every wednesday & free Bright Box wireless router (worth £95)

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up to* 17Mb
unlimited 12 months £2.50 price details Buy now 0800 787 0958
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Brightbox - EE
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EE Broadband and Anytime Calls

Free Norton security. Free connection & wireless router (worth £95). Inclusive anytime calls to UK landlines & mobiles.

BROADBAND & ANYTIME CALLS - ONLY £7.50 for 6 months! FREE INSTALLATION plus 2 for 1 cinema tickets on Wednesdays!

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up to* 17Mb
unlimited 12 months £7.50 price details Buy now 0800 787 0958
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EE Bright Box 2 Router Fibre
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EE 76Mb Fibre Broadband and Calls

Free Norton security + free Bright Box 2 router (worth £95), unlimited weekend calls plus 2-for-1 cinema tickets every Wednesday.

NEW DEAL: DISCOUNTED FOR 6 MONTHS Superfast fibre broadband with unlimited weekend calls & FREE Norton security!

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up to* 76Mb
unlimited 18 months £15.00 price details Buy now 0800 787 0958
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EE Bright Box 2 Router Fibre
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EE Unlimited Fibre Broadband & Calls

Free Norton security with free Bright Box 2 router (worth £95), weekend calls plus 2-for-1 cinema tickets every Wednesday.

BETTER THAN HALF PRICE for 6 months + HALF PRICE install & FREE Norton security + 2 for 1 cinema tickets every Wednesday!

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up to* 38Mb
unlimited 18 months £5.00 price details Buy now 0800 787 0958
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EE Bright Box 2 Router Fibre
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EE Unlimited Fibre Broadband & Anytime Calls

Free Norton security + free Bright Box 2 router (worth £95). Inclusive anytime calls to UK landlines & mobile numbers.

BETTER THAN HALF PRICE for 6 months FREE Bright Box wireless router (worth £95) & FREE Norton security!

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up to* 38Mb
unlimited 18 months £10.00 price details Buy now 0800 787 0958
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EE Bright Box 2 Router Fibre
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EE 76Mb Fibre Broadband & Anytime Calls

Superfast 76Mb broadband + free Norton security (worth £95). Inclusive anytime calls to UK landlines & mobile numbers.

NEW DEAL: DISCOUNTED FOR 6 MONTHS Superfast fibre broadband with unlimited weekend calls & FREE Norton security!

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up to* 76Mb
unlimited 18 months £20.00 price details Buy now 0800 787 0958
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*The "up to" speed displayed in Mb is the maximum possible speed you are likely to receive for this product. The actual speed you will get depends on your cabling, your area and (with non-fibre optic products) time of day and how far you are from the telephone exchange. Most providers will tell you the likely speed you will receive when you begin your online sign up - this may differ from the speed displayed in the table.

EE awards

  • Fastest Mobile Broadband 2014

    The UK's fastest 4G mobile network helped EE steam ahead of the competition, with its mobile broadband service... more »

EE features

Services

Services

  • Email
  • Home phone / calls
  • Mac compatible
  • Free connection
  • Mobile broadband
  • Free wireless router
  • Home broadband
  • Fibre optic broadband
  • ADSL broadband
  • Mi-Fi
  • Micro-SIM
  • Landline
  • iPad
  • True unlimited
  • Off Network
  • Tablet
Company history

Company history

EE came into being in 2010 when T-Mobile and Orange merged in the UK to form Everything Everywhere. The merger enabled mobile phone customers of the networks to use both networks, thus giving them a stronger, better mobile data connection in more locations across the UK.

In 2012, the company rebranded as EE and launched a 4G network – thus becoming the first UK network to offer the technology. At launch in October this was available in ten cities – Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.

4G from EE now covers 70% of the UK's population and is set to expand into more rural areas in months to come.

Customer service

Customer service

EE employs 11,000 customer service and retail employees across the UK (including those employed by the Orange and T-Mobile brands which have come together under the EE banner and have now been renamed with the EE umbrella brand).

EE claims its service centre teams have over 86 million conversations with customers annually. Subscribers who want to speak directly to an expert at one of the provider’s customer centres can get through to the automated call system and dial 33 to be connected directly to an expert.

The company also operates a service for customers on Twitter and Facebook.

Are you a customer? Write a short EE broadband review to tell others about your experience.

Equipment

Equipment

Sign up for a 4G EE mobile broadband deal and you’ll get either a Huawei E392 dongle or a Huawei E5776 or Osprey Mi-Fi. EE also offers a special in-car Mi-Fi called the Buzzard.

All EE home broadband customers are provided with a free router.

Software features

Software features

One of the best things about being an EE customer is the EE Wednesdays film service. Like Orange Wednesdays before it, this offers two-for-one cinema tickets for home and mobile broadband customers.

EE subscribers also get two-for-one eats at Pizza Express and cheap film rentals with EE's Film Store download store.

EE home broadband subsribers get McAfee security free for one year, including anti-virus and parental controls.

Extras

Extras

EE broadband customers can save £5 per month by adding mobile phone to the services they take from EE.

Movie fans get use of EE's movie downloads and streaming service Film Store.

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Customer reviews

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  • Orange broadband have been one of the best broadband services I have had! Friendly service for setting up. Great speeds and they never slow you down unlike others I have been with in the past. Very happy to be an Orange customer.

    starstarstarstarstar michael, 5th May 2013
  • I just recently went onto Orange fibre optic broadband and was promised that it wouldnt go below 25meg download and its at the moment at 34meg, so i am a happy bunny . but just waiting for my first monthly bill to see how i can setup an online account with them as my mobile account dosent show anything related to my broadband .

    starstarstarstarstar william taylor, 29th December 2012
  • never had orange home broadband, but mobile is good. Impressed at customer service.

    starstarstarstar Charlotte Baines, 11th November 2010
  • I've had Orange broadband for a month and a half now. At first I was pretty worried that the speed wouldn't be the best but after the first 10 days it has settled down and is working fine. As a mobile customer, I'm getting it fairly cheap too so I can't complain.

    starstarstarstarstar Thomas, 22nd June 2010
  • I've had three dongles with Virgin, O2 and Orange. And I can report that Orange has been the best by some margin. Coverage with the others was patchy at best.

    starstarstarstar Bill Turgoose, 19th May 2010
  • I've had three dongles with Virgin, O2 and Orange. And I can report that Orange has been the best by some margin. Coverage with the others was patchy at best.

    starstarstarstar Bill Turgoose, 19th May 2010
  • Orange mobile broadband has been my saviour when I'm working on the move. Coverage is A1. I can't praise it enough.

    starstarstarstarstar stuart braithwaite, 25th April 2010
  • Do not join Orange! Their techincal support is beyond a joke and you know more than they do! If you ever have a problem with them you may as well just cancel as they can't fix it!

    star Scott M, 29th March 2010
  • Orange have serious problems at the moment with providing speed in the 20 meg package, with users experiencing speeds as low as 0.8meg after a promise of 9.0meg.

    Search for reviews and forums before jumping on this 3 wheeled bandwagon.

    star vlad, 8th January 2010
  • I am an Orange customer for my phone and broadband and mobile broadband. I 100% have faith in this company, and have moved my whole family on the network. The service I have had from the company speaks volumes.

    Like most of you have had a few problems with my service but always at the end of a phone Orange customer service resolved my problems. I would ask you all to try one of their services.

    starstarstarstarstar Michelle Henry, 3rd December 2009
  • My Orange home broadband is very solid. Not spectacular, but 4MB+ day in day out.

    starstarstarstar Jon, 14th August 2009
  • I have been with Orange as a pay and go phone customer and they have always been first class with coverage. We are now becoming broadband customers.

    starstarstarstar W LIPSCOMBE, 17th June 2009
  • I've been an orange mobile customer for a while, I put my faith in their mobile broadband and went the whole hog for a laptop deal - don't regret it for a minute, it's ace!

    starstarstarstar Charlie, 13th May 2009
  • I have an Icon 225 and it is rubbish, it started out fine and now i find myself in month 8 of an 18 month contract and the connection speed has become very slow and also I have started being charged over 50 pounds! even though it is supposed to be 12. Also the sales assistant I bought the device off said that it would be easy to access an online account to check for bills and such but this not the case and I am very very angry. If I can not find a way out of this trap I shall be taking matters a lot higher this is extremely unacceptable!

    star Darren Hooper, 25th April 2009
  • We swapped over to Orange because my husband and I have our mobile phones with them so it seemed to make sense - a great decision and I 100% agree about the helpful staff

    starstarstarstar Jan Smith, 26th March 2009
  • The broadband wasn't great, but the guys who helped me cancel it were great. Really helpful and friendly. The broadband might suck but the call centre staff were excellent.

    starstarstar Sabrina Lowe, 27th February 2009
  • My ICON 225 dongle is a waste of time and money. DO NOT BUY ONE. Customer services charge a fortune and patronize you to the extreme. You will find that you are trapped in an 18 month contract that you can't break even though the dongle is quite useless, so they are not even offering the service they promise. It is slower than even dated dial up and crashes all the time. No reply to a letter sent months ago now. I will avoid ORANGE from now on.

    star Grant Gillespie, 15th December 2008
  • Right, I've got to say you get great service with orange broadband. I was with them for 2 yrs and left them for a change to Virgin media ADSL broadband god, how bad is Virgin. If you download 2Gig in a week they cap you for it..... grrrr. So I'm going back with Orange Broadband. I've got to say the customer service in the cancel department is brilliant.

    starstarstarstarstar toby how, 14th December 2008
  • Orange was great until I had to contact customer services, it was then just an awful frustrating experience.

    starstarstarstarstar Lynn, 3rd November 2008
  • I have had good service from Freeserve/Wanadoo/Orange until I got PPP_Server down a week ago. Orange are now showing their true colours in the Tech Support field fobbing me off with line tests and factory resets over and over again. The amount I have spent on phoning the Customer Support has probably cleared the Indian GND! Avoid.

    star Mr S Clark, 21st October 2008
  • DO NOT JOIN ORANGE BROADBAND!! They took 4 MONTHS to set up my line, a year later i moved house and after a month of phoning USELESS Indian call centres and getting nowhere with having my broadband moved over, I had to argue for 2 hours solid and force them to cancel my contract and waver the £300 cancellation fee!!! Useless rude staff who even laughed and hung up the phone on me! AVOID!!!

    star Liam Daws, 15th October 2008
  • Dongle and free lap top package...£25 amonth, 18month contract. Lap top ok, connection absolute rubbish! Any internet page i'm looking at continuously either disconnects or i can only click 2 or 3 times and i have to start all over again! MSN and FACEBOOK are always disconnecting....am really fed up! My monthly bill should be £25, have just paid £40.01! and 3 people and 2 phone numbers later, i finaly get to pay my bill! Come on orange offer me better or i will go elsewhere! If I cannot surf the internet uninterrupted, you are not fullfilling your promise. I await to see if I get a response....not holding my breath! A very cheesed off customer!

    star Mrs Vicki Evans, 15th October 2008
  • I've just bought a laptop and I would very much like to use it - I use Orange for phone and I want Orange to take over my entire life!

    starstarstarstar charles odia, 5th October 2008
  • I joined Orange broadband over a year ago now, the connection is quite good, I took out what was the unlimited package back then and only had a few minor problems like dropped lines. Now it works perfectly fine, the livebox they provide you with, however, is pretty bad they have promised something called liveprinter when it first started but i think they have forgotten about it.

    Another thing is unless you have a draft onto your livebox all the time it is very prone to overheating. Since the day after I signed up I have had download speeds of 6.5Mbs and upload speeds of 512kbs.

    starstar M Kinnear, 18th August 2008
  • I Joined Orange broadband over a year ago now, the connection is quite good, i took out what was the unlimited package back then and only had a few minor problems like dropped lines and idiots at their customer services but now it works perfectly fine, the livebox they provide you with, however, is pretty bad they have promised something called liveprinter when it first started but i think they have forgotten about it, another thing is unless you have a draft onto your livebox all the time it is very prone to overheating Since the day after i signed up i have had download speeds of 6.5Mbs and upload speeds of 512kbs

    starstar M Kinnear, 18th August 2008
  • Excellent speed (approching 1Mb) and very easy installation. Started working from the moment I plugged it in! Highly recommended.

    starstarstarstarstar Andrew Browne, 14th August 2008
  • Why can't I get this service from Wanadoo/Orange in France???

    star Robert McClair, 13th August 2008
  • It took Orange over two and a half months to remove the tag from our line, during which time we had no broadband. I rang them loads of times and found their customer service skills lacking.

    They kept telling us the same thing over and over and promised to un-tag the line but then ended up leaving us waiting for 20 days... Orange are the worst company we have ever been with!

    star J Dummett, 13th June 2008
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