You're likely to think of EE as a mobile phone provider, but it is also offers Apple TV services bundled with EE broadband.
EE's prices are often appealing - especially when you factor in the generous introductory offers - and you get Apple TV+ free for 12 months. But are customers happy with the service they receive?
Below, you'll find a range of information about EE's TV and broadband service. Which? members can also read our full review, including:
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EE used to offer its own branded pay-TV service, but it replaced this with Apple TV 4K in 2019. The old service was based around Freeview, but the new version doesn’t allow you to view or record Freeview channels.
Instead, Apple TV is based on content offered via apps – it gives you access to BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and YouTube, for example, plus paid services such as Amazon Prime Video and Netflix (although you’ll need additional subscriptions for these). EE throws in free access to for the first 12 months.
The new service is only available to EE pay-monthly mobile customers who sign up to EE’s broadband plans. You have to take out a full bundle – you can't have a standalone pay-TV deal. Unlike with some other providers, you can access EE’s TV service with standard broadband – fibre isn’t a must.
Meanwhile, EE stopped offering its old service to new customers in 2019 and the provider began deactivating all of its set-top boxes in May.