EE has slashed the price of its copper and fibre home broadband deals, giving new customers the chance to make significant savings on internet and calls.
The broadband provider is offering cut-price packages on its up to 17Mb, up to 38Mb and up to 76Mb tariffs.
EE is running the broadband promotion for the next few weeks and will offer discount internet and home phone services until October 29th.
The firm is offering Unlimited Broadband + UK Weekend Calls - which delivers up to 17Mb speeds with no usage cap - for just £2.50 per month plus line rental for the first 12 months.
After a year, the price of this entry-level package increases to £9.95 per month plus line rental.
Subscribers taking out EE's Unlimited Broadband + UK Anytime and Mobile Calls pay an initial £7.50 per month plus line rental, rising to £14.95 per month plus line rental after six months.
Discounts are also available for the first six months on EE's range of fibre broadband deals.
For customers seeking up to 38Mb downloads, Unlimited Fibre + UK Weekend Calls is priced at £5 per month for six months, rising to £19.95 per month.
With UK Anytime and Mobile Calls, the price starts at £10 per month and rises to £24.95 per month.
For up to 76Mb download speeds, Unlimited Fibre + UK Weekend Calls costs £15 per month for the first six months, rising to £29.99 per month thereafter.
And with UK Anytime and Mobile Calls + International Calls to 30 destinations, subscribers pay £20 per month for six months, rising to £34.95 per month.
Line rental fees apply from the start of each contract, but all fibre subscribers receive a free broadband connection, helping to reduce start-up costs.