EE has revamped its home broadband and TV packages, all of which run over 18 months and have discounted price points for the duration of the contract term.
From today (October 24th), EE's Standard Broadband package, which offers speeds of up to 17Mbps, will be priced £21.50 per month.
Standard broadband with EE TV, meanwhile, is priced £33 per month. Both options will carry a £10 set-up fee.
EE's Fibre package, which offers speeds of up to 38Mbps, will be priced £29 per month, while Fibre with EE TV will set you back £37 per month.
In addition, the Fibre Plus option, which reaches speeds of up to 76Mbps, is £33 per month, and Fibre Plus with EE TV will cost you £41 per month.
No set-up fee is in place for any of the fibre deals.
One key change to the packages is the removal of inclusive calls, which according to EE, means it is "important to help our customers choose the right calling add-on for them".
For an extra £4 a month, customers can get anytime calls to UK landlines, while anytime calls to UK landlines and mobiles costs £8 per month.
Anytime UK and international calls costs an extra £10 per month, while Call Plus costs £5 per month.