EE, the United Kingdom's leading wireless service provider, now offers broadband services to people irrespective of whether or not they are subscribers.
The service provider has been on a revamping spree in a bid to make its fixed-line broadband products more appealing.
Before EE extended its broadband services to non mobile customers, the wireless service provider offered home broadband to its mobile subscribers at £2.50 per month (17 MBPS speed) for the first 12 months, and £9.95 per month after the first year.
Non EE mobile subscribers could access the same services for an additional £10.
However, with the extension of broadband to people not subscribed to EE's services, non subscribers can access EE broadband at £2.50 per month (17 MBPS speed) for the first 12 months, and £9.95 per month after the first year.
For those preferring better broadband speeds, EE's fibre broadband service offers speeds up to 38Mbps, at £5 per month for the initial three months, and £19.95 after the first three months.
EE also provides more expensive fibre broadband plans that require people to shell out £20 for one month for the initial three months, and £34.95 per month after the first three months. EE offers speeds up to 76Mbps with the plan.