Why choose EE home broadband?
For one thing, you’re more likely to be able to get EE 4G home broadband than 4G home broadband from most other networks, as EE’s 4G coverage extends to over 99% of the UK population and more than 85% of the UK’s geography, so chances are your home is covered.
EE’s 4G speeds are typically higher than rivals too, so you can be confident that you’ll be getting the best possible 4G speeds, assuming you have a decent signal. In fact, EE home broadband delivers higher average speeds than standard fibre in some places.
EE also offers a range of home broadband plans, with high maximum data limits and a choice of 1-month or 18-month contracts, so you should be able to find a plan to suit. And as its 4GEE Home Router can get up to 32 devices online at once, you should comfortably be able to get your whole house connected to the internet.
Plus, if you’re an EE mobile customer on a Pay Monthly phone or 12-month SIM Only contract, EE will boost your mobile data by 5GB per month for free if you grab the 4GEE Home Router on an 18-month contract.
What are the advantages of 4G home broadband?
4G home broadband has lots of advantages over fibre broadband. For one, it’s quick and easy to install, so there’s no need for an engineer visit and you can be up and running almost as soon as you get your router in the post.
There’s also no need for a landline or the line rental costs that come with one, so you can potentially save money.
Plus, with the option of 1-month plans, coupled with the simple setup, 4G home broadband is a great solution if you just need a short term connection before moving or getting fibre installed. It’s also a great option in places where wired broadband is slow.