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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
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Phone calls / line options
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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 .

Online exclusive Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls

Call Post Office
0808 281 7028
Broadband unlimited
Average speed* 11MB 12 month contract
  • £17.00 p/m for 12 months
£204.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Online exclusive Superfast 1

FibreBroadband unlimited
Average speed* 35MB 18 month contract
Free Gift Offer
Offer Ends 03/09/18
  • £24.00 p/m for 18 months
£288.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Fast Broadband

Call TalkTalk
0800 049 7843
Broadband unlimited
Average speed* 11MB 12 month contract
  • £17.95 p/m for 12 months
  • £9.95 Setup Costs
£225.35 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

First Broadband

Broadband unlimited
Average speed* 11MB 18 month contract
  • £18.99 p/m for 18 months
£227.88 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Online exclusive Superfast 2

FibreBroadband unlimited
Average speed* 63MB 18 month contract
Free Gift Offer
Offer Ends 03/09/18
  • £29.00 p/m for 18 months
£348.00 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* 11MB 1 month contract
  • £21.00 p/m for 1 months
  • £30.00 Setup Costs
£282.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Broadband Unlimited

Call Sky
0800 759 1469
Broadband unlimited
Average speed* 11MB 18 month contract
£100 Prepaid MasterCard®
Offer Ends 23/08/18
  • £18.00 p/m for 18 months
  • £9.95 Setup Costs
£225.95 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Fibre Unlimited

Call Sky
0800 759 1469
FibreBroadband unlimited
Average speed* 36MB 18 month contract
£100 Prepaid MasterCard®
Offer Ends 23/08/18
  • £25.00 p/m for 18 months
  • £9.95 Setup Costs
£309.95 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 find the best broadband deal

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Helping you find the best broadband deal is the reason we exist. Whatever you’re looking for, be it superfast fibre, bundled with TV that has all the channels you want or simply the cheapest package possible, we’ve got you covered.

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What’s the best broadband deal?

The fact of the matter is the best deal is the one that meets your needs for the best possible price.

Ideally, then, before you compare, you should have an idea of what you’ll use your broadband for and what else you want it to include. When you know that, it’s a doddle to work out what broadband package is best for you.

So, here’s what to think about:

Unlimited broadband or usage limit?

There aren't many fixed usage packages around these days. Most people want to download as much as they like, and providers have responded accordingly - most packages are unlimited now.

Still, you can get the occasional fixed usage packages, and they're usually pretty cheap. But are they right for you? Well…

  • If you watch TV or movies online - go unlimited. Video services like iPlayer, Netflix or Now TV are extremely data-hungry.
  • If you have a large family or live in a shared house - you should go unlimited. Fibre optic broadband would be helpful too.
  • If you have lots of gadgets like phones and tablets connected - go unlimited.
  • If you play console or PC video games regularly - you'll need lots of megabytes. Go unlimited.
  • If you make video calls regularly with services like Skype - definitely unlimited. That's quite a data-hungry activity.
  • If you're a solo user who goes online to check email and social media - you'll probably be fine with a set usage limit.

How fast do you need the internet to be?

Broadband comes in a variety of speeds, and it's important that you pick the right one for your home. Your speed choices essentially come down to:

Standard ADSL

Usually has advertised download speeds of 10Mb or so. This is the slowest kind of broadband you can get - as well as the cheapest - so it's ideal if you only use the 'net for a bit of browsing, email, and occasionally streaming. Compare ADSL deals here.


Generally defined as broadband with speeds above 24Mb. Fibre optic packages count as superfast. Go for 24Mb+ speeds if you have a fairly large household, like to stream TV and music, make a lot of Skype calls, or need decent internet for work. Compare superfast deals here.


Broadband with download speeds of 300Mb and above. Most of us don't need a connection quite that fast, but if you have a big household with tons of devices online at once, or want to stream in 4K Ultra HD without buffering, it's certainly worth a look. Compare ultrafast deals here.

Regularly download large files like video games? If so, fibre optic broadband, if you can get it where you live, is likely to be the best choice.

If you regularly stream video and music, and play games online, you’ll have a much improved experience with fibre. If you can’t get it, you can still do all that stuff with standard broadband, but not as well.

And if you only download big files occasionally, and primarily browse and use social media, you’ll get much more value for money from a cheaper package.

How many people will share the connection?

The more people that use your broadband at the same time, the more it will slow down. So, if you live with four or more people who’re often all online, you should look at fibre optic broadband, which is nippy enough to cope with the workload without speeds dropping to unmanageable levels. Read our guide to shared broadband connections for more:

Should I get a bundle?

Do you want TV?

Bundling TV with broadband is a great way to save money on both. There’s also considerably less faffing around involved than getting them separately, as you’ll only have a single bill to deal with, instead of two separate ones, and the two services will be designed to work with one another.

If it’s TV and broadband you’re after, there are four providers that cover both bases in the UK: BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media. Use our postcode checker to see what packages they offer in your area.

Don’t forget about phone

Most packages come with a phone line to deliver broadband, and may come with inclusive calls too. If you think it’s good to talk, a package with anytime calls may save you money. If you favour your mobile phone, pick a package with evening and weekend calls or no calls at all.

If you do rely on your mobile to stay in touch, you could save money by comparing mobile phone deals. If you want home phone calls and a better mobile deal, a quad-play deal (broadband, TV, phone and mobile package bundled together) might be worth considering.

Should you go broadband-only?

Broadband packages without a landline aren't particularly common - after all, most providers need that landline to deliver services. You can get it though: Virgin Media is the most widely available broadband-only provider, and you can get smaller providers like Relish and Gigaclear in a small number of areas.

Be careful though - landline-free deals are often more expensive than packages that do include a phone line. Find out more in our full guide:

What about extras?

Then there are the little things - the small extras that can make a particularly deal better than the others. It's worth keeping your eyes open for these sort of perks:

Want rewards and free gifts?

Many providers offer extra incentives for switching, including cashback, vouchers and reward cards. It's worth keeping your eyes open for extras when comparing - while you should never pick a package purely for the perks, it can help swing your decision towards a particular provider.

Can you keep your phone number when you switch?

Yes! If you're staying in the same home, you can keep the same phone number when you change providers.

If you're moving house, things are a little different. Stay within the same area code, and most providers will help you keep those familiar digits. But if you move somewhere with a different area code, you'll have no choice but to get a new number. Find out more in our full guide:

Can you keep your email address when you switch?

It depends on who your provider is. BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media or Plusnet, for example, all will let you keep access to your email temporarily. Some will let you keep it longer if you pay them. But we'd recommend moving to a free service like Gmail or Outlook, so you don't have to worry about it. Find out more in our full guide:

Want more help?

Still not sure which deal’s right for you? Take a look at our guide: How to pick a provider. It takes an even more comprehensive look at how to find the best package.

Compare broadband providers

See what you can get from some of the main broadband providers in our guides:

  • BT broadband deals - for standard and fibre optic broadband, which you can bundle in with home phone, a bit of basic TV, and of course BT Sport
  • Sky broadband deals - standard and fibre optic broadband, both unlimited or with a usage limit, which can be bundled with home phone and Sky's excellent TV service
  • TalkTalk broadband deals - standard and fibre optic broadband on a budget, again with home phone and TV that you can bundle in
  • Virgin Media broadband deals - superfast broadband with average speeds of an incredible 362Mb - available either on its own as standalone broadband, or grouped together with a landline and Virgin Media telly

For more, have a browse through all our broadband provider guides here.

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