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EE is discounting several of its broadband packages and throwing in a reward card as an extra incentive to sign up.

The provider's flash sale will run until March 1st and includes both standard and fibre broadband bundles.

Among the deals is a discount on EE's Unlimited Standard Broadband package, which costs £21.50 for 18 months.

This offers speeds of up to 17Mbps, which EE says makes it ideal for small households with one or two connected devices, along with a £50 EE reward card, while no set-up fee will be charged.

EE has also discounted its Superfast Unlimited Fibre Broadband package, which offers superfast speeds of up to 38Mbps.

The provider notes that since this is three times faster than standard broadband, it is therefore great for families and streaming or downloading across multiple devices.

A £75 EE reward cost is included in the bundle, which costs £29 a month for 18 months. Meanwhile, the set-up fee is reduced from £35 to £15.

Another option for consumers could be the Superfast Unlimited Fibre Plus Broadband package, which offers superfast speeds of up to 76Mbps.

According to EE, this is "great for speed-freak families" who have lots of devices connected at the same time.

The package costs £33 a month for 18 months and also includes a £100 EE Reward Card, while the set-up fee is discounted from £35 to £15.

Alternatively, consumers could opt for the Superfast Unlimited Fibre Max Broadband bundle.

This offers all the features of Fibre Plus, but can be combined with a mobile Max plan, while EE will boost subscribers' monthly mobile data allowance by 50GB, worth £99.95 a month.

The package also features an Inclusive Anytime UK & International calls add-on, worth £10 a month, and an Inclusive Call Plus add-on, with seven calling features, worth £5 a month.

Set-up fees are again reduced from £35 to £15, while a £125 EE reward card is also included. This option costs £45 a month for 18 months.

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