Want to get more out of your broadband? Family tips for saving via EE

A mother of two shared her top tips for getting more bang for your buck around the house EEthe UK’s most reliable network.

Becca and Daniel Masters live in Ashford, Surrey with their nine-year-old daughter Emma and eight-month-old son Lincoln.

Becca, 38, and Daniel, 38, who works in payroll, have found a number of ways to get more value from their mobile and broadband provider – from smart use of data to taking advantage of all the extra perks available.

Becca, who handles school and business group bookings at South Western Railway, said: “When we joined EE, we took the time to find out which package suits us best. My husband is a big gamer so we researched gaming bundles and ended up getting a free Xbox Game Pass. By choosing the right package from the start, we get the best value for money.

The Argus: Lincoln and Daniel MastersLincoln and Daniel Masters (Image: EE/BT)

“It’s always worth checking what additional offers you can get from your provider – the results might surprise you.”

Becca joined EE As she works full time from home and wanted a provider she could rely on, they are reliable and fast so it was good value for money.

The family uses it too EE Family account that allows parents Becca and Daniel to transfer backup data to different family members.

Becca said: “It’s really handy to be able to give my daughter extra data when we’re out or on a long drive. A family account also gets us discounts, that gives you money from your plan when you add other accounts – which means we can get even more value out of it.”

Becca also says that monitoring data usage is another way for the family to save money.

She said: “It’s that simple, but just keeping track of your data usage can save you and avoid buying extra data at the end of the month. I use those EE App to keep an eye on all our data and check which apps are using data in the background and turn them off when we don’t need them. And as a family, we always use free Wi-Fi hotspots when we’re out to save our own data when we need it.

“The key to finding value with your provider is being smart, making sure you have the best package for you and your family, and looking out for additional add-ons that are available. I have found that going into the store and talking to someone face to face is often the best way to do this because you can find little hints and ideas that can really make a difference.”

Sharon Meadows – Director of Broadband and Mobile at EE Shares:

“Right now we are all looking for the best value for money for the products and services we use every day. You can count on… EE to get much more to get the maximum benefit from every connection in your home.”

  • Intelligent use of data – Work smarter, not harder. Use your provider’s app to keep track of your data usage so you don’t get let down by the end of the month. Buying additional data can be costly, so managing your usage can save money by avoiding additional add-ons. Go to your settings to see which apps are using data in the background and regularly check your total usage. You can even make the most of free Wi-Fi hotspots across the country, like the 150,000 hotspots that EE customers can access.
  • Make your technique last longer – Repairing appliances instead of buying new ones can help save some money on your bills. Taking good care of your phone and gadgets will reward you in the long run. Consider investing in a quality case and making the most of it EE‘s annual device check or even the quick repair service in the shop – that’s included in the price EE customer contracts.
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle – If you just got a new phone, why not recycle your old one? Instead of having your device cluttering up drawers, you can trade in your device for easy cash. Trade in your old phone, tablet or watch to EE to be safely refurbished or recycled – you could save an average of £140. And if buying new isn’t your thing, why not opt ​​for a refurbished device? Expertly refurbished technology can save you money compared to new equipment.
  • Share the love by giving away unused dates – Most, if not all, members of a household will be tech-savvy. Make the most of your family’s online time by syncing plans so you can spread data across users. Using the EE family account means you can move unused data across plans to get the best value while keeping the whole family connected. They often come with multi-line discounts, giving you even more value by sharing the love.
  • Get a lot more out of your broadband – If you choose EE‘s Norton Security Premium feature lets you protect up to 10 devices including PCs, Macs®, smartphones and tablets with EE. This comprehensively prevents viruses, spyware, malware and other threats and gives you 75 GB of secure PC cloud backup and a secure VPN for your beloved devices. The package costs £79.99, but with EE Broadband you get it for a year at no extra cost.


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