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Broadband options
Broadband type Fixed-line broadband is available either as standard (ADSL) broadband, or fibre optic. Fibre optic broadband is much faster and more reliable, but it isn’t available everywhere and can cost more.
Monthly usage allowance The amount you download determines the broadband package you should get. To keep things simple, we ask if you would like to see packages which are unlimited. These packages are ideal for users who are online for several hours during the day, or use the internet extensively for entertainment - like downloading movies and TV, streaming entertainment, or playing games. They are also good for large households where several people go online at the same time. If that sounds like you, pick ‘Just unlimited’.
Minimum speed Your broadband speed determines how fast web pages load, files are downloaded, the time streaming video takes to buffer, and more. For a big household, or one where you stream lots of video or play games, a fast speed is recommended
TV options
Phone calls / line options
Contract length
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Our best picks are deals we highlight as having particularly strong special offers or are sponsored listings. To compare a wider list of packages, sorted according to your chosen criteria, you can enter your postcode in the box above.
Line rental included Line rental is now included in pricing, you can find out more here.

Fast Broadband

Call TalkTalk
0800 049 7843
Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 11 Mb 12 month contract
  • £17.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£204.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Broadband Unlimited

Call Sky
0800 759 1469
Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 11 Mb 12 month contract
Free return flight to Europe with lastminute.com - see Sky for full T&C's
Offer Ends 02/08/18
  • £20.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £9.95 Setup Costs
£249.95 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Unlimited Broadband

Call EE
0800 079 0562
Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 10 Mb 18 month contract
  • £19.00 p/m for 18 months
  • £10.00 Setup Costs
£238.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Online exclusive Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls

Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 11 Mb 12 month contract
  • £17.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£204.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Brilliant Broadband + Anytime Calls

Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 11 Mb 12 month contract
  • £18.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £9.99 Setup Costs
£225.99 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

broadbandchoices exclusive Superfast 1

Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 35 Mb 18 month contract
£50 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card
Offer Ends 22/07/18
  • £22.00 p/m for 18 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£264.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Unlimited Broadband - Line Rental Only

Call SSE
0330 053 5146
Broadband Unlimited
Fair usage applies Some broadband services have a fair usage or traffic management policy. This might restrict the amount you can download or reduce the speed of your broadband at certain times of the day.
Average speed* 11 Mb 1 month contract
  • £21.00 p/m for 1 months
  • £30.00 Setup Costs
£282.00 Total first year cost
  • 1 month contract

Online exclusive Unlimited Broadband

Call Plusnet
0808 178 7205
Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 10 Mb 12 month contract
£50 cashback
Offer Ends 31/07/18
  • £18.99 p/m for 12 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£177.88 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

broadbandchoices exclusive Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls

Call BT
0800 783 5390
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 50 Mb 18 month contract
£90 BT Prepaid Mastercard® + £40 M&S voucher (offer ends 26/07/18)
Offer Ends 26/07/18
  • £31.99 p/m for 18 months
  • £9.99 Setup Costs
£393.87 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

broadbandchoices exclusive Superfast Fibre 2 + Weekend Calls

Call BT
0800 783 5390
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 67 Mb 18 month contract
£100 BT Prepaid Mastercard® + £40 M&S voucher (offer ends 26/07/18)
Offer Ends 26/07/18
  • £41.99 p/m for 18 months
  • £9.99 Setup Costs
£513.87 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Unlimited Fibre

Call Plusnet
0808 178 7205
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 36 Mb 18 month contract
  • £23.99 p/m for 18 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£287.88 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Fibre Unlimited

Call Sky
0800 759 1469
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 36 Mb 18 month contract
Free return flight to Europe with lastminute.com - see Sky for full T&C's
Offer Ends 02/08/18
  • £25.00 p/m for 18 months
  • £59.95 Setup Costs
£359.95 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

*Average speeds are based on the download speeds of at least 50% of customers at peak time (8pm to 10pm). Speed can be affected by a range of technical and environmental factors. The speed you receive where you live may be lower than that listed above. You can check the estimated speed to your property prior to purchasing.

Fibre/cable services at your postcode are subject to availability. You can confirm availability on the provider's website.

Providers may increase charges. You should have the right to exit your contract without penalty if this happens.

How to compare broadband deals

By comparing all of the packages from all of the major providers, finding the best broadband deal, and switching you could save more than £326* a year! And you could get even more if you pick a broadband deal with cashback or a free gift. Or, if you're looking for broadband for your office or place of work, you can compare business broadband packages.

Choosing the right package

You wouldn't buy a Smart car to tow a caravan, so why settle for the wrong kind of broadband package? We can help you find your perfect bundle - but before we get started, have a think about the following:

  • Speed - The faster your broadband, the slicker and more enjoyable your online experience should be. Also, as a general rule, the faster your broadband, the more people you can have online at the same time.
  • Usage - Do you live with other people, or have a houseful of kids all connected to the Wi-Fi and gobbling up the gigabytes? As well as speed, you’ll need a generous usage limit - ideally, unlimited broadband.
  • Bundling - Most providers do broadband, TV and phone - some even do mobile phones as well. It’s nearly always cheaper and easier to bundle them all together in one package with just the one monthly bill to pay.

What speed should I go for?

As a general rule, the faster your broadband the better your online experience will be. With a faster connection you can download and stream without ever hanging around, and it shouldn't matter how many people in your house use the internet at once. Not everyone needs superfast broadband, though. You’ll find cheap broadband deals with lesser speeds, and it’s only worth paying extra if you’ll benefit from something quicker. Here’s a simple guide to broadband speeds:

  • Standard - Average speed usually around 10Mb / 11Mb - If you’re just checking emails, browsing websites, shopping and reading news, you don’t really need fast broadband. Standard packages with advertised speeds of around 10Mb are enough for light internet usage.
  • Superfast - Average speed usually between 35Mb and 67Mb - If you want to stream TV and films, or download music and games, you’ll find this much easier with superfast broadband. It’s perfect for households of three or more people, who all want to be online.
  • Even faster - Average speed between 76Mb and 362Mb+ - For larger families, with everyone connected - on tablets, mobile phones, PCs and consoles - even faster fibre broadband, or Virgin Media’s top-whack cable broadband, could be a worthwhile investment.

Should I get unlimited broadband?

Everything you do on the internet uses data. For general browsing very little data’s needed, but streaming music and video, or downloading large files like movies and games, can quickly eat up your usage allowance. If you’re worried about exceeding your limit - and running the risk of being charged for extra data - then unlimited broadband’s your safest bet, and it won’t necessarily cost more. Here’s a quick guide to usage:

  • Light - Up to 25GB - If it’s only you using the internet and you just want to browse the web, use email, Facebook and so on, then you won’t need lots of data. A cheap broadband package with a usage limit should be enough.
  • Medium and heavy - Unlimited - Anyone who regularly streams TV and movies online, plays games or shares a house with three or more people should definitely consider unlimited broadband. You’ll never have to worry about data usage.

Compare unlimited broadband deals

Broadband providers

We compare broadband, TV, home phone and mobile deals from all the main UK providers. Not everyone has the same pick of providers - that’s why we need your postcode - so we show the best broadband deals available where you live. There are smaller providers you might not know, as well as the big names you've heard of:

  • BT - The UK's biggest and most well-known broadband provider, offering ADSL, fibre optic (formerly BT Infinity), and home phone and TV options too.
  • Virgin Media - Has some of the fastest nationally-available broadband around, reaching speeds of a humongous 350Mb, and offers phone and extensive telly as well.
  • Sky - Offers ADSL and fibre broadband, lots of calling options, and some top TV tech.
  • TalkTalk - A budget-friendly provider with ADSL, fibre, home phone, and even a bit of TV.
  • Plusnet - Known for its Yorkshire-based customer service team, low prices, and surprisingly fast download speeds.
  • EE - Has ADSL, fibre, loads of home phone options, an unconventional TV system, and extra bonuses for EE mobile customers.
  • Post Office - One of the cheapest providers around, offering both ADSL and fibre broadband at incredibly low prices.

Fibre optic, cable or ADSL broadband?

Without getting overly technical, there are three main types of home broadband - ADSL, cable broadband and fibre optic broadband. Not everyone has a choice of all three, so we use your postcode to show only what’s available in your area. Some providers offer multiple types, while others are specialists in one particular technology.

  • ADSL - Broadband delivered down your telephone line is still the most common type in the UK, and normally offers average speeds of around 10Mb. You need an active phone line, which means paying line rental. Compare ADSL deals here.
  • Fibre optic broadband - Superfast broadband delivered by fibre optic cable carrying data at the speed of light. Most fibre broadband, including BT fibre, still needs a telephone line but offers average speeds of 67Mb. Compare fibre deals here.
  • Cable broadband - Virgin Media’s different from other providers, with a cable broadband network that doesn't rely on BT’s infrastructure. You’ll get average speeds as high as 362Mb and won’t necessarily have to pay line rental.

Building your bundle

Why stop at broadband, when you can save even more money with a broadband, TV and home phone bundle? It’s also a good way of simplifying things, because you’ll only ever have the one bill to manage, and if anything ever goes kaput then it’s just one provider you’re going to be dealing with. It makes sense to compare TV packages whenever you’re thinking of switching broadband - if nothing else, just to see what’s new.

  • TV - Whether live sport’s your thing or you’re a big movie buff, subscription TV providers like Sky, Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk can take your home entertainment to the next level.
  • Home phone - Apart from Virgin Media, all the major providers require you to have a landline for broadband. All-in-one broadband deals that include phone and TV will normally bag you the best value.
  • Mobile - A few providers offer mobile phone plans on top of their broadband, TV and home phone bundles. You can save even more money when you take all four in one big, juicy bundle.

Compare broadband and TV bundles

Broadband without line rental

Most packages come with line rental included as standard - your broadband is delivered through phone lines in most cases, so it's kind of essential. However, a couple of providers run on different kinds of networks which mean they're able to offer broadband on its own. Virgin Media and Relish both do this, and all mobile broadband of course works without a landline.

The downside to these broadband-only deals is that they aren’t available everywhere - the networks that offer them are usually much smaller. And, price wise, they aren't necessarily cheaper than a low-cost deal that includes a landline.

Still, if you really don't want line rental, take a look at our broadband-only deals here:

Broadband without a landline

*Saving based on switching from separate broadband and phone services to a comparable bundle. Separate services assume standard ongoing annual costs. Example: Sky Original TV with fibre broadband and calls with line rental - total annual cost £688.80 vs. BT's "TV Starter + BT Superfast Fibre Unlimited + weekend calls" TV, fibre broadband and weekend calls - £7.50 a month for 12 months - with line rental total first year cost £361.83. Total first year saving £326.97. Terms and conditions apply. All prices subject to geographic availability and offer dates. Information correct at 01/04/16.

FAQ

  1. How do I switch broadband provider?

    The process of changing your broadband provider is actually pretty straightforward. First, you put your postcode into our impartial comparison tool. We’ll display the broadband, phone and TV deals available where you live, and then you can use our search filters to narrow down the options and find the perfect package for your household. Finally, you sign up with your new provider online. They’ll contact your existing provider and take care of everything else for you (unless you're switching to or from Virgin Media).

    The actual switch should be virtually seamless, and in the vast majority of cases it is. Your new broadband provider will send you all the stuff you need to get set up, like a new wireless router and/or TV set-top box.

    For more info, see our guide: How to switch broadband

  2. Can I keep my email address if I change provider?
    This depends entirely on who your current provider is. If your email address is from BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, or Plusnet, you'll still have access to your emails at least temporarily - but we'd suggest changing over to a free service like Gmail or Outlook so you don't need to worry about losing all your emails just for switching broadband. See our guide for more info.
  3. Can I keep my phone number if I switch provider?

    Yes, you can normally keep your existing number if you switch from one provider to another. However if you're a cable customer or need a new line, you may need to get a new one.

    For everything you need to know, see our guide: Can I keep my phone number?

  4. How long does it take to switch broadband?
    When you sign up to a new provider, they’ll contact your existing one and request a transfer of your service. The only exception is when you're switching to or from Virgin Media, in which case you'll have to call and cancel. While switching times vary depending on the type of package, it shouldn’t usually take more than 10 working days. It can take longer if you don’t currently have a phone line, as an engineer will need to come out and install one for you.
  5. Do I need fibre optic broadband?

    Fibre optic broadband is much faster and much more reliable than broadband through the phone line, but it’s not essential for everyone. If you just want to browse the web, check email, Facebook, Twitter etc, you’ll be fine with standard broadband through the phone line.

    However, if you stream a lot of video, download music, films and games, and other such activities, you will likely find a fibre connection hugely beneficial.

    It’s also a boon for large households, especially ones with lots of gadgets like smartphones, tablets, and computers connected up most of the time. The more people using a connection, the slower it will be, so if you have a big family where lots of people want to connect to the web at the same time, for example, a fibre connection will ensure everyone can get a good experience.

  6. Why can’t I get fibre optic broadband?
    Superfast fibre optic broadband is slowly making its way across the UK as part of a nationwide roll-out part sponsored by the government. Currently, around 90% of the country has access. You can use our postcode checker to see whether fibre optic broadband’s reached your area yet. That's the most likely reason why it's not available to you, but it could also be due to living in a rural area, in an awkwardly-placed property, or just too far away from a street cabinet.
  7. Can I get broadband without a phone line?
    Cable giant Virgin Media is the only major UK provider to offer broadband without a telephone line. Its fibre optic network is completely separate from the copper phone wire network that ordinarily connects you to the web. Aside from this, the only alternative is to use mobile broadband instead - then you have no requirement for a landline. But, if your internet use is anything other than particularly light, this might just prove to be too slow or too restrictive to need your needs.

    See broadband-only deals here