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EE has opened out its fibre broadband service to everyone in the UK, not just EE customers.

Previously, only EE mobile customers could take advantage of this home broadband service, which offers 17Mbps broadband speeds from just £2.50 per month for the first year.

From today, anyone can sign up.

There are more advanced packages on offer too. If you’re willing to pay £5 a month for the first three months, and then £19.95 thereafter, you can get access to EE’s fibre broadband service and speeds of up to 38Mbps.

The full extent of that fibre service is available when you pay £20 for the first three months and £34.95 thereafter. This will give you speeds of up to 76Mbps, as well as unlimited landline calls, 1,000 mobile minutes, and international calls.

If your line is up to the task (there’s a checker over on the EE website), you can expect to be able to download HD movies in around eight minutes.

Every EE broadband package offers unlimited intenet usage, too.

Naturally, there’s line rental on top of these charges, which amounts to £15.75 per month. There’s also a £50 up from fibre activation charge, though that will be waived if you sign up before July 31.

Of course, many of you will be tied into an existing broadband contract, but EE will help with this by offering to contribute up to £100 towards a buyout.

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