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EE has launched a new range of unlimited home broadband and call plans, priced from just £5 per month plus line rental.

Customers can choose between up to 14Mb, 38Mb or 76Mb download speeds, and select either weekend or anytime calls.

EE says the broadband deal refresh is part of its commitment to deliver "the best value home broadband packages for mobile customers".

All broadband deals include a Bright Box wireless router, McAfee Family Protection, and a range of other EE benefits including 2-4-1 cinema tickets.

EE says more UK consumers can now take advantage of its fibre broadband deals - with the firm's super-fast network now covering more than 50 per cent of households.

The broadband provider claims its fibre deals offer speeds typically ten times faster than the UK average.

"Fibre broadband from EE allows customers to stream films in HD with plenty of broadband left for the whole family to play games, browse their favourite online shops, or chat to their friends on Facebook - all at the same time," it states.

"Unlimited fibre broadband and calls plans now start from £15 per month plus line rental, making it the best monthly price in the UK for this speed, up to 38Mb."

Up until the end of June, EE mobile customers can try fibre broadband for free for the first three months.

All they have to pay for is line rental and out-of-bundle call charges during this introductory period.

Sylvain Thevenot, Director of Home Marketing and Propositions at EE, said: "With summer holidays fast-approaching and the whole family looking to get online, it’s more important than ever that people have a super-fast broadband connection to help keep harmony within the household.

"With our new best value unlimited fibre plans, we are not only making fibre broadband more affordable, but also making sure everyone can enjoy the internet at the highest possible speed even when connected at the same time."

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