Mobile network operator EE has introduced a discounted fixed-line broadband deal for non-mobile customers. Subscribers can now receive standalone broadband at the same rate as mobile customers.
The service was previously offered at a higher rate to what EE’s mobile subscribers were paying with non-mobile subscribers shelling out £10 more each month.
Now, non-mobile users can avail of up to 17Mbps broadband on a DSL line at just £2.50 per month for the first year, and £9.95 per month after this period. For customers looking for speeds of up to 38Mbps, the fibre service costs £5 per month for the first quarter, and increases to £19.95 after the introductory period.
EE is also using tempting incentives to attract new customers to its broadband services such as buying customers out of contracts with its competitors with a £100 promise, and two-for-one cinema tickets.
A spokesperson for EE told Mobile,"We’re introducing a range of new home broadband plans designed to provide as many people as possible with the opportunity to benefit from our great value service."