EE has announced that its broadband and landline charges are to go up on January 7th.
The exact amount prices will go up by has not been confirmed, nor has the number of customers who stand to be affected.
However, EE subscribers are being notified so they are aware of the changes that directly affect them.
Speaking to Moneywise, an EE spokesperson said monthly price plans and out-of-bundle charges need to go up so it can continue investing in the services it provides.
"The actual change a customer will receive depends on the plan they are on, with some actually receiving a reduction in the amount they pay each month," the representative stated.
EE added that it is one of the most competitive providers in the telecoms market and is committed to delivering "the best value and service" to customers.
This, it said, is why it has invested in improving its customer service team's ability to provide "the best possible service", and why it remains "one of the only providers to answer all of our customers' calls in the UK and Ireland".
The last increase in EE's home phone and broadband prices was in January this year.