EE's Bright Box 2 router is now available to all customers signing up for the firm's fibre broadband deals.
Previously, only households taking out a premium up to 76Mb package received the plug-and-play device, but the offer has now been extended to EE's up to 38Mb deals.
This means all EE fibre broadband customers can take advantage of the router, which can be set up at home without the need for an engineer visit.
EE says the wireless router is "so strong" that users can get a signal and "stay super-fast" all over the house, whether they are using a PC, laptop or tablet.
"What’s more, the box is so slim it still fits through your door, so you don't even need to wait for a special delivery," the broadband provider notes.
EE customers still need to pay a connection fee when setting up their fibre broadband deal, since an engineer is required to visit their local street cabinet.
But the days of waiting around at home for an engineer to arrive are seemingly at an end for EE customers, once they upgrade to a super-fast broadband deal.