EE launch two Gfast services Max 1 and Max 2
Along with a number of other EE package changes today which sees inclusive weekend calls dropped from most packages EE has launched two G.fast service variants Fibre Max 1 (average 145 Mbps download) and Fibre Max 2 (average 300 Mbps downloads), which are also available with EE TV. All the changes are in our package section for EE.
- Fibre Max 1 (145 Mbps), unlimited usage, £42/m for 18 months and no setup fee.
- Fibre Max 2 (300 Mbps), unlimited usage, £47/m for 18 months and no setup fee.
- EE TV + Fibre Max1, unlimited usage, £50/m for 18 months and no setup fee, plus 20GB of extra usage allowance for EE Pay Monthly customers.
- EE TV + Fibre Max2, unlimited usage, £55/m for 18 months and no setup fee, plus 20GB of extra usage allowance for EE Pay Monthly customers.
We have checked and the two new Fibre Max versions appear to be only G.fast based, so EE is still not selling the WBC-FTTP service where it is available.
G.fast has a limited footprint with Openreach saying it was just under 1 million premises in the last set of financials, we know of 307,000 premises but that footprint is growing so should close in the 1 million figure soon. For the all the providers packages we list there is a quick shortcut to see those with G.fast packages by using https://www.thinkbroadband.com/packages/gfast-broadband