Switch to EE and we'll pay your leaving fee

We’ve made your switch to EE as easy as possible. If you have fees for leaving your old provider we’ll credit you back up to £300 to help with the cost.

How to claim the EE Switch Offer

Once you've ordered and activated EE Broadband, email the final bill from your old supplier to switch-team@ee.co.uk, along with your EE order number. 

For your claim to be successful, your final bill should clearly show the itemised leaving fees.

Once we’ve received your bill and validated the leaving fees, we'll apply this to your next EE bill. You’ll get an email to let you know if your claim has been successful.

Offer terms

If you choose to switch your broadband, calls and line rental from another UK consumer broadband provider to EE, you'll be able to claim up to £300 towards the early termination charges you may pay to your provider for ending your agreement early, credited to your EE account. The offer applies to Consumer Broadband, TV package and Home phone termination charges only, it excludes other termination charges. This offer is by invitation only to new EE Broadband customers signing up to any EE Broadband or EE Broadband and TV.

The amount of the termination charges will be credited to your EE account within 28 days of us receiving your bill with the early termination charges. Excludes call and any excess data charges on the final bill. You must email your bill to switch-team@ee.co.uk within a period of 4 months of your EE broadband being activated to be eligible to receive your account credit. Offer excludes BT Group employees. Offer excludes termination charges from BT Group (BT, EE and Plusnet) products. There is no cash alternative to this offer. Other exclusions and conditions may apply. 

No credits will be applied in the first 14 days after your service starts. Customers who cancel their EE Broadband within 14 days of their service starting, or who do not provide their final bill within two months of their service being activated, will not be eligible for this offer.

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