EE home broadband gets you speeds of up to 76Mbps, with an unlimited usage allowance that means it’s tailor-made for families with lots of connected devices.
Add TV and you get a natty set top box that’s capable of recording four programmes at once, with room for 600 hours of recordings.
That much you probably knew already. But here’s five more reasons you might want to give EE a second look…
1. £100 EE Reward Card up for grabs
Right now, EE is offering a free EE Reward Card when you sign up for any home broadband deal or broadband and TV bundle.
Opt for Standard Broadband and you’ll get a £50 card. Choose either fibre deal and you’ll get up to £100 to spend.
But you’ll need to get your skates on. To qualify for your freebie, which you can spend online and most stores that accept Mastercard, you’ve got to apply to become an EE home broadband customer before 25th June.
Ready to claim your Reward Card? Here’s how.
2. Boost your EE data with 5GB extra for free
Got a 12-month SIM-only contract or standard phone-and-allowances contract with EE already? Add EE broadband to your package and they’ll boost your smartphone data usage allowance by 5GB per mont for no extra charge.
New to EE altogether? Sign up for EE broadband and a mobile phone contract now and you’ll also qualify for the extra 5GB of usage per month.
3. Secure up to 10 devices with Norton Security Premium software — free
Most broadband providers offer some sort of free security software with their broadband packages, but only EE gives you software from Norton, one of the most trusted brands. You can use Norton Security Premium on up to 10 devices, including PCs, Macs, mobiles and tablets.
In addition to protecting your devices from viruses and spyware, Norton also backs up your PC, saves and restores your contacts, blocks nuisance calls and protects your mobile devices in case they get stolen.
4. Unlimited broadband and UK and Ireland customer support
All EE home broadband plans are unlimited. That means you can download as many movies as you like, stream TV on multiple devices and play games online without fretting that you’ll come up against a usage cap.
More importantly, you can be sure you won’t pay any extra for exceeding your limit, so you can stream to your heart's content — handy if you plan to...
5. Pick up an EE TV to watch Game of Thrones and other great TV
EE TV brings together Freeview and pay TV through apps like NOW TV — so you can watch blockbuster films on Sky Cinema, exclusive live sports on Sky Sports or premium TV series like Game of Thrones directly on your TV through your set-top box. You can add EE TV to any of EE’s broadband bundles for as little as £8 extra per month, and NOW TV passes start at £2.99 per month. Read more about NOW TV in our guide to what’s on NOW TV.