EE Launches New PAYG Packs

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  • New simplified pay as you go packs include EE’s biggest ever data and minutes allowances with data rollover
  • EE pay as you go customers will continue to get Free Boosts of minutes, text or data every three months
  • New packs are available from EE immediately online, in-store and over the phone

EE today launched its updated and simplified new range of pay as you go packs, offering EE customers more data and minutes than ever before.

For those wanting the flexibility of pay as you go, the new packs come with more data than ever before, with data allowances up to 60GB and all packs receiving EE’s superfast 4G speeds. EE pay as you go customers also benefit from Data Rollover, allowing them to roll any unused data onto their next pack– as well as Free Boosts of minutes, texts or data every three months. So, the longer they stay with EE, the bigger their allowances get.

In addition, it’s now even easier for customers to pay for their pack by setting up card payments, enabling them the convenience to renew automatically as well as to pay for any add-ons. All of this is on the UK’s best network for 6 years running.

EE’s new range of pay as you go packs available immediately are as follows:

THE NEW EE PAY AS YOU GO PORTFOLIO
PackDataMinutesTexts
£1 Talk10 MB100200
£10 Talk2 GB400Unlimited
£104 GB100Unlimited
£158 GBUnlimitedUnlimited
£2015 GBUnlimitedUnlimited
£2530 GBUnlimitedUnlimited
£3060 GBUnlimitedUnlimited

Edward Goff, Marketing Director at EE, said: “Our new pay as you go packs make choosing the right deal easier than ever. We have simplified our packs and increased the data and minutes available across the range. This in addition to Data Rollover, Free Boosts and the UK’s fastest 4G network means customers can get even better value than ever before.”

For more information on EE’s new pay as you go packs, customers can visit:

https://shop.ee.co.uk/plans-and-packs/pay-as-you-go-packs

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