EE has unveiled its new Fibre Max plan, which it believes is its most inclusive broadband package yet.
The bundle offers fibre broadband speeds of up to 76Mbps, along with inclusive calls to landlines in the UK and 50 international destinations.
Subscribers will also get 1,500 minutes of calls to UK mobiles and free access to EE's new Call Plus add-on, which gives seven popular calling features such as anonymous call rejection, call diversion and three-way calling.
Other features of the package include Norton Security Premium software free for a year, EE's most advanced Wi-Fi router - the Brightbox 2 - and 100 per cent UK and Ireland customer service.
Furthermore, EE Fibre Max customers who are already EE pay monthly mobile subscribers will receive a 5GB mobile data boost, which is worth £12.99 a month.
The package is available for £45 a month on an £18-month plan, or £53 a month if EE TV is added.
Anyone who signs up before November 20th will receive a free Google Home worth £129, while no set-up fees will apply to fibre plans until December 7th, saving customers £35.
"Ideal for those looking for an all-inclusive broadband product, the Fibre Max plan offers the best of EE Broadband, with download speeds of up to 76Mbps and a host of additional extras," EE commented.