Exactly the same as EE 4G contract at £50/month give or take including VOIP voice calls. I’m saving the 4G cost and the copper landline and internet charges, so I reckon I’ll be at least £40/month better off and with between a 10 times and 50 times faster service, depending on the day, and almost certainly a more reliable service than EE.Just out of interest, what is the monthly cost of this ‘300 mbs’ you speak of?
Having said that, the only redundancy I will have from now on is the EE signal to the stand-by gizmo supplied with the fibre kit [which is no good because there’s no mobile signal on the ground floor where the router is] and my mobile phone if I walk up the yard and sit on the old milk churn stand.
I should mention that I went for the middle speed service of up to 300mbps rather than the cheaper available option. I’ll be getting that for my brother’s house because anything consistently over 50mbps download is enough for his use for the foreseeable future.