by jcameronmorris Investigator
Investigator

4G Home broadband GONE from website???

Just check the website for 4G Home Broadband, appear to be gone now, only WiFi, WiFi Mini and Car plug-in. Have I miss out? 

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: 4G Home broadband GONE from website???

Hi, 

 

It looks to be the case for now. EE do refresh their lineup so it maybe they intend to introduce new products in the near future. 

 

As you say they still have three products which will likely meet the needs for most people. 

 

Thanks 




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by Profile closed
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Re: 4G Home broadband GONE from website???

There are a few other things still missing off the website as well such as the Max SIM only plans.  I think who ever refreshed the new-look website the other week has made a big boo boo and EE really don’t seem in  a rush to put it right either!

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: 4G Home broadband GONE from website???

@jcameronmorris: Can you see if it's available in the real EE shops?

 

This was noted earlier in 4G Home Broadband Router no longer available? and is being raised with the shop team.

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Re: 4G Home broadband GONE from website???

Hi @jcameronmorris

 

Thank you for coming back to community 🙂

 

I can see @Northerner @Profile closed and @XRaySpeX have all stepped in to try and help.

 

The topic @XRaySpeX has directed you to will show you a previous and still current answer to your question.

 

Thank you

 

Richard

 

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