EE is offering customers some very good deals right now.

The UK network has released some offers which include a big 4G data boost meaning you get more time online without paying extra.

The cheapest of the deals start from £21 per month and includes 20GB of data, unlimited calls and texts plus you get download speeds of up to 60Mbps.

If 20GB doesn’t sound enough then there’s also another SIM-only plan which has been boosted from 30GB to 50GB for £24 per month.

Again you get those fast 4G speeds plus unlimited calls and texts.

Finally, there’s the biggest bundle in this sale with EE upping its 50GB plan to 80GB.

This package will set you back £27 per month and also features 60Mpbs downloads plus unlimited calls and texts.


Once you’ve chosen your plan you can also take advantage of numerous add-ons which include free Apple Music for six months free BT Sport for three months or free Amazon Prime Video for six months.

There’s also the option to add EE’s Video Pass to your deal which allows you to stream content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and BT Sport without it eating into your monthly data allowance.

The Video Pass costs £8.99 per month.

It’s worth noting that you’ll need to sign up to a 12-month contract and these deals may not be around for long with EE stating these are “limited time” offers.

These EE deals come at a good time for consumers with a number of networks now offering some very good discounts.

Three Mobile recently released a price drop on its totally unlimited SIM which now costs just £10 per month for the first six months.

Vodafone is also now offering unlimited data on some of its new plans with prices starting from £23 per month.

Vodafone has three unlimited options which include different download speeds.

The £23 per month Unlimited Lite plan gets you a maximum of 2Mbps whilst the £30 Unlimited Max option brings uncapped speeds to your phone.

All of the major networks are also launching their 5G plans with EE and Vodafone already delivering these fast speeds.

Three launches its 5G later this month and O2 will join the party in October.

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