How to find your EE contract end date
To find out how long your EE contract has left, you have a few different options. You use the online live chat to find the answer, send an email, or simply call EE and ask.
Call EE to find out how long is left on your contract
One quick way to find your EE contract end date is to call them. From an EE mobile you can do this by dialling 150. Meanwhile, EE landline subscribers can use the freephone option: 0800 079 8586.
If you're calling from a different provider, call 0207 362 0200. Finally, if you need to call EE from abroad to enquire about your broadband contract end date, use the same number with the UK international code: +44 (0) 207 362 0200.
EE customer service opening hours are 8am to 9pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am to 8pm on weekends.
Use EE live chat to find the contract end date online
You can also get in touch with EE using their live chat system. This is available between 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 6pm Saturdays, and 10am to 4pm on a Sunday.
To access this, head to the EE help and support page and select "Let's Chat". From here, simply ask the operator how long is left on your EE contract.
How to find when the EE contract is up by email
You can also send an email to ask about your EE contract end date. To do this, visit the EE support page then select the "Email web form" option. Complete the required fields, then compose a brief message, asking about the EE broadband contact and when it is up. The customer support team will find out and email you back.
Out of contract? Switch now and save hundreds!
Switching broadband providers is a great way to save money. You could take advantage of a discount bonus with another ISP, or even get a cashback or voucher deal. Just don't start the process until you're certain your EE contract is up, otherwise you could face a penalty. If you are good to go, we recommend the following deals:
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Before committing to a switch you should spend a few moments on the phone with your existing ISP to try and get a better deal. You'll find that the best offers are usually reserved for new customers, but it's always worth seeing if you can negotiate a better price.