Your home broadband bill explained

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Need help finding or understanding your broadband, home phone or EE TV bill? You’ve come to the right place.

Where can I see my bill?

Where can I see my bill?


    log in to My EE


    select Your Bills

If you’re struggling to see your earlier bills on a mobile phone, you can log in from a laptop or desktop.

Plan and line rental costs

Plan and line rental costs

Plan and line rental costs are now included as one price on your bill.

Since your bill is produced the day after your broadband goes live, we charge you for the first day as a separate item on the bill. This is a one-off and you’ll normally see just one charge.

Other charges

Other charges

Other charges you may incurr include:

    a set-up charge


    a charge for a new line installation, if applicable


    chargeable calls you make during your first month will appear on your second bill

What does my bill look like?

What does my bill look like?

Here's an example of what a bill should look like. You can find all the info you need in your handbook you will have recieved when you joined EE Broadband. You can download the booklet here

This is how you bill will be laid out:

Bill summary

The first page of your bill shows a summary of your account, including the balance from your previous bill, payment
received and total charges for this month's bill.

Amount due

The amount outstanding on your account for this month.

Estimated date payment will be taken

How much we’ll take from your card or bank account and the estimated date we'll take your payment.

Your plan

Details of your plan and a breakdown of monthly charges for your broadband plan and any call add-ons you’ve opted for.

Extras and discounts

This shows any additional charges or credits on your account, for example:

- any call add-ons
- any promotional discounts
- costs for any additional calls made outside your add-on
- any late payment fees or credit card surcharges

How you used your add-on

Summary of phone calls you've made on your landline that are included in your add-on.

Additional usage and costs

Any additional chargeable calls.

Your savings

How much the calls included in your add-on have saved you on this bill.


Summary of your plan, including any extras, discounts or additional charges and an overall total for this month's bill.

Your itemised breakdown

Lists all the calls you've made for this bill and shows:

- the time, day and date the call was made
- the number you called
- the place you called (or the network if a mobile or non-geographic number)
- calls within add-on
- the duration and cost of the call

Charges on your bill

Charges on your bill

Extra charges may include:

- new line engineer visit: had a BT-compatible phone line fitted
- fibre broadband or standard broadband set-up fee
- missed appointment charge: if you cancelled a booked visit from an engineer without giving 48 hours’ notice
- bill late payment charge: if you don’t pay your bill on time or your Direct Debit fails
- non-return of EE TV box: if you’ve cancelled EE TV but haven’t returned the TV box

Please note:  We no longer make a charge for payments made by debit or credit card.

Call charges

If you have a call add-on with inclusive minutes in your plan, we won’t charge you for the first 60 minutes of each call.  After 60 minutes, you’ll be charged at your standard rate. Your bill will show the free 60 minutes on one line and any extra charges over 60 minutes on a separate line.

If you haven’t got a call add-on, you’ll always be charged at our standard rates.

> Find out more about our charges in EE price plans

When will I receive my bill?

When will I receive my bill?

You’ll get your first bill 24 hours after your broadband goes live and any future bills on the same day each month.

We’ll email or text you each month telling you when your bill’s ready.  

> To see your bill date, log in to My EE.

Changing your bill date or plan

Changing your bill date or plan

Changing your bill date 

To change your billing date, you'll need to give us a call. Once you’ve changed your billing date, you’ll get two bills from us:

The first will cover the charge between your old and new bill dates. This cost will be added to your second bill.

The second bill covers the cost of your new billing period and shows the charge from the first bill as a previous balance.

Changing your plan

If you’ve changed your plan, you may notice some differences to your bill. The change to the plan won’t always take effect on your bill date. If this happens, you’ll see:

- a refund for your old plan – you pay for your plan a month in advance so we need to refund the amount after the switch has happened
- the cost of your new plan from the date the change took place until the end of the month
- the next month's charges for your new plan
- next month’s bill should be back to normal. If you've downgraded your plan to remove EETV, it’s important that you return your EE TV box. Otherwise, we’ll have to charge you for it.

Your final Home Broadband bill

Your final Home Broadband bill

If you cancel

if you’re still in contract, there’ll be an early cancellation charge on your final bill. Your EE account will close the day you request to leave or as soon as your new account goes live if you’re switching supplier on the same line.

If you’re out of contract, your EE account closes 14 days after you request to leave or as soon as your new account goes live if you’re switching supplier on the same line.

Your final bill

We’ll bill you up until the day your account closes.

We’ll refund you the plan for the rest of the month from the day your account closes (this is because you pay your bill in advance).

We’ll add on any call charges if you’ve made calls outside your add-ons.

We'll keep your Direct Debit or payment details live so that we can process your final refund or payment.

You can still check your old bills online for six months after you leave us.

If you get more than two bills since going live with your new supplier, get in touch.

To check your bills, log into My EE and select My Bills.

Claiming back VAT

Claiming back VAT

You can use your online bill to claim VAT back as long as the bill amount is £250 or less.

Make sure you print off your online bill each month and keep a copy for your VAT return.

If the bill amount is more than £250, get in touch

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