EE’s new ultrafast broadband is 20,000 times quicker than the UK’s first internet speeds

EE has introduced new ultrafast broadband, offering up top download speeds of 300Mbps – that’s 30 times faster than standard UK broadband and over 20,000 times faster than the when the internet first launched in 1991.

The company’s new plans will be available to more than a million UK households are called Fibre Max 1 and Fibre Max 2.

The former has an average download speed of 145Mbps and upload speed of 28Mbps. Fibre Max 2 has an average download speed of 300Mbps and upload speed of 47Mbps.

“Our new fibre broadband plans are designed to support the demands of customers with increasingly connected homes and families,” said EE managing director of marketing Max Taylor.

“With the growth of 4K TV, smart home technology becoming more popular than ever, and more members of the family using the latest smartphones and tablets, we’re giving our customers the widest range of converged mobile and home broadband products in the UK, along with the best customer service, so they can enjoy the fastest speeds both in and out of the home.”

EE’s Fibre Max 1 plan will cost £42 a month, with the Fibre Max 2 plan priced at £47 a month.

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