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EE broadband review

By Jon Barrow

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We surveyed thousands of broadband users so can tell you everything you need to know about EE broadband - including whether to sign up for one of its deals.

EE has become a major player in the UK broadband scene, but in the past has struggled to match the customer service or network reliability provided by the best internet service providers (ISPs). Could EE turn things round in 2016?

EE broadband review

In this in-depth review of EE broadband, we'll:

  • Give you a full breakdown of how its customers rated it for key factors, such as the technical support it provides.
  • Show how EE compares with all the other major internet service providers (ISPs), including BT, TalkTalk, Sky and Virgin Media.
  • Report quotes from real EE broadband customers on their experiences.
  • Assess the equipment on offer from EE.
  • Look at the latest deals and offers that its promoting.
  • Reveal the level of complaints to Ofcom that come from EE customers.

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EE broadband satisfaction survey results
Speed Reliability Ease of set up Value for money Ease of contacting Customer service Technical support Customer score (%)
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