EE FIBRE BROADBAND

 

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Fibre broadband from just £13 for 3 months, then £26 a month.

Why get Fibre Broadband?

Reliable connection

A stronger signal strength with fibre-optic cables

Higher speeds

Little to no buffering when streaming

Multiple devices

Stability to connect multiple devices at once


EE Fibre Broadband plans


Fibre

  • EE pay monthly mobile customers: £13 for the first 3 months, then £26 a month
  • £14.50 for the first 3 months, then £29 a month
  • Estimated download speed of 36 Mb/s
  • 24-month plan
  • Free set-up

Fibre Plus

  • EE pay monthly mobile customers: £14 for the first 3 months, then £28.50 a month
  • £16 for the first 3 months, then £32 a month
  • Estimated download speed of 73 Mb/s
  • 24-month plan
  • Free set-up


What is Fibre Broadband?

 

Standard broadband is delivered over copper wire, whereas fibre broadband uses faster and more reliable fibre-optic cables.

The most common way Fibre broadband can reach your house is known as Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC). FTTC broadband signal comes through a fibre cable to the local green cabinet on your street, and then through copper wires to your home.

A newer technology, called Fibre to the premises (FTTP),  is becoming more available. It reaches you through a fibre-optic cable directly to your home with the fastest speeds.

Why is Fibre broadband faster than standard broadband?

 

Old copper wires can be affected by electrical interference and their signal gets worse over distance, which is why FTTC broadband speed differs based on your distance from the exchange.

Fibre-optic cables don't have these issues. A fibre optic cable can handle much more data than a copper cable and remains stable over greater distances. It transmits using tiny pulses of light to get the signal moving - and because lights moves so fast, your internet will also be faster.

How is Fibre Broadband installed?

 

Standard fibre broadband needs an engineer to set up the connection in the green cabinet, but you don’t need to be there for this as it happens remotely and not on your premises. However, if a new line connection is needed to your property, you will need to arrange an engineer to visit at a convenient time.

If available, Full Fibre (FTTP) broadband doesn’t need an engineer visit. If you order from us before 1.30PM, you can be up and running the next working day.


How do I get EE Fibre Broadband?

 

This depends on two things:
1. If fibre is available in your area, and
2. If there is space in your nearest green cabinet.

Fibre broadband is available in over 90% of the UK but if Openreach hasn’t brought fibre to your area, most internet service providers won’t be able to offer it.

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