EE has improved its fibre based broadband offers, with a slightly lower price on its up to 38 Mbps service, now £9.95 for six months rather than £9.98 (standard price £19.95) and a more significant change on the up to 76 Mbps product of £14.95 per month for six months rather than the old offer of £16.98 (standard price £29.95). Both feature 18 month contracts.
The usual voice line rental is required which is £15.75 per month, or £11 per month if you opt for the annual line rental saver.
ADSL2+ is obviously still available, now at £2.50 per month for the minimum term of 12 months, rising to £9.95 if you stay beyond the 12 months.
For EE, Orange and T-Mobile mobile customers there is also the option of EE TV, which gives you a 1TB EE TV box to stream live and recorded shows in your home. The pricing structures change, as the ADSL2+ is £9.95 per month over the 18 month contract term and the fibre based options also are their standard pricing from month one if you take EE TV.
Freeview PVR devices that allow streaming of recorded TV or access to live broadcasts are of course available elsewhere e.g. the Panasonic DMR-HWT230EB Smart 1TB Recorder at £195 which offers DLNA Server and Client functionality to access recorded shows and multi-room streaming and support for external hard drive backups.
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