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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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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.
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Online exclusive Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls

Call BT
0800 783 5390
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 50MB 18 month contract
£120 BT Reward Card - see BT's website for further details
Offer Ends 27/06/19
  • £31.99 p/m for 18 months
  • £9.99 Setup Costs
£393.87 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Special Offer M50 Fibre Broadband + Phone

Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 54MB 12 month contract
Exclusive Offer: £75 Bill Credit
Offer Ends 30/06/19
  • £27.00 p/m for 12 months
£249.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Online exclusive Unlimited Fibre Extra

Call Plusnet
0808 178 7205
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 66MB 18 month contract
£60 Plusnet Prepaid Mastercard®
Offer Ends 02/07/19
  • £27.99 p/m for 18 months
£335.88 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Online exclusive Superfast 1

Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 35MB 18 month contract
  • £22.00 p/m for 18 months
£264.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Special Offer Faster Fibre

Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 38MB 18 month contract
£50 Voucher redeemable at, Tesco, Argos or a Prepaid Mastercard (New customers only)
Offer Ends 27/06/19
  • £22.45 p/m for 18 months
£269.40 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Special Offer Unlimited Fibre - Line Rental Only

Fibre 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* 35MB 18 month contract
£55 Amazon Voucher
Offer Ends 30/06/19
  • £23.00 p/m for 18 months
£276.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Special Offer Broadband Superfast

Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 59MB 18 month contract
£75 Prepaid Mastercard
Offer Ends 27/06/19
  • £27.00 p/m for 18 months
  • £9.95 Setup Costs
£333.95 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Faster Fibre with speed boost

Call TalkTalk
0800 049 7843
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 67MB 18 month contract
  • £24.95 p/m for 18 months
£299.40 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Online exclusive Superfast 2

Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 63MB 18 month contract
  • £27.00 p/m for 18 months
£324.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Online exclusive Unlimited Fibre

Call Plusnet
0808 178 7205
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 36MB 18 month contract
£50 Plusnet Prepaid Mastercard®
Offer Ends 25/06/19
  • £24.50 p/m for 18 months
  • £5.00 Setup Costs
£299.00 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract

Online exclusive Unlimited Fibre Broadband

Call Post Office
0808 281 7028
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 36MB 12 month contract
  • £24.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £10.00 Setup Costs
£298.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract

Fab Fibre + Free Anytime Calls

Call NOW Broadband
0330 041 2489
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 36MB 12 month contract
  • £25.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £24.99 Setup Costs
£324.99 Total first year cost
  • 12 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.

Fibre broadband deals for your area

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Nowadays, everything is measured by speed; the quicker a task is finished, or an item delivered, the happier we are. This is especially true when it comes to broadband, and why more and more people choose a fibre optic package.

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What is fibre broadband?

Fibre optic is the fastest type of broadband you can get in the UK. Unlike standard broadband, which is delivered to your home via BT's ageing copper wire telephone network, fibre broadband is delivered, entirely or in part, by fibre optic cables.

What's the difference between fibre and copper broadband?

Fibre broadband is faster because fibre optic cables are better than copper wires at delivering data over long distances. The upshot for you is a speedier connection that means smoother streaming, faster downloads. So you can do more with your time.

Just as importantly, fibre service won't slow down even when multiple users in the same home are streaming TV or music, downloading content and playing online video games simultaneously.

How does fibre optic broadband get to my house?

Put simply, the cables that deliver fibre optic broadband - and stream your movies and games - use fibre optics. Each cable has within it small tubes that are reflective on the inside. Information is sent through the tube by sparks of light, which bounce off the inner walls of the cable.

This allows fibre optic broadband to quite literally travel at the speed of light and give you superfast speeds.

What’s the difference between standard broadband and fibre?

The main difference between standard broadband and fibre optic broadband is, of course, speed - fibre optic broadband gives you a lot more speed for your buck.

Fibre packages can offer 35Mb. Some widely available packages go up to a massive 350Mb - heck, some niche providers can even reach download speeds of 1Gb!

ADSL broadband, on the other hand, relies on standard copper tubes to transfer data from the exchange. It's old tech that's prone to interference, which is why its top speeds don’t come close to fibre optic.

Which providers offer fibre broadband?

Most national providers offer fibre optic broadband. So, if you’re interested in a superfast package, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

You might want to consider the likes of:

Provider Speeds
BT Fibre Up to 67Mb
Virgin Media Up to 516Mb
Sky Up to 59Mb
TalkTalk Up to 67Mb
Plusnet Up to 66Mb
EE Up to 67Mb
SSE Broadband 35Mb on Unlimited and 63Mb on Fibre Plus
Post Offcie Broadband Up to 63Mb
John Lewis 36Mb on standard fibre and 66Mb on top package
Vodafone Broadband 35Mb average on standard fibre package, up to 63Mb on top package
Gigaclear Up to 900Mb

To compare fibre optic deals, enter your postcode into the box below to see what you can get in your area.

Can I get fibre broadband in my area?

Fibre broadband isn't available to everyone. If you're in a city or town, you've got a very good chance of being able to get it. But rural areas are less well served.

About 80-90% of the country is covered by BT's fibre network (with average download speeds in the 57-67Mb range), which is also the network used for fibre broadband from the likes of Sky and EE. Meanwhile, Virgin Media's network covers about 60% of the country.

Can I get fibre broadband at my house/postcode?

The best way to check if you can get fibre broadband in your area is to use the postcode box below:

All you need to do is type in your postcode, then remove the 'tick' for standard broadband under the field 'Broadband type'. You'll then see only fibre broadband deals that you can sign up for.

In the event, that there are no fibre broadband products showing, we're afraid fibre broadband isn't available in your area. In which case, your choice is limited to standard broadband or mobile broadband.

When will fibre come to my area?

The government is targeting 97% superfast broadband availability by 2020; To find out if your fibre optic broadband is available in your area, enter your details into our postcode checker.

What’s the difference between FTTP broadband and FTTC

If you’re a tech enthusiast, chances are you’ll know the difference between FTTP and FTTC broadband. But if you're not, don’t worry, it’s simple to tell the two apart:

Fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC)

This is the most common way providers get broadband to your home. In short, the fibre cable runs from the telephone exchange to the green cabinet on your street. From there, it travels directly to your home.

This is the kind of broadband you’ll get from Openreach-based providers, including BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Plusnet, and EE.

Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH)

With FTTH broadband, the entire line - all the way from the exchange to your building - is made of fibre optic cable. That said, although speeds are much higher, availability is not. FTTH packages are only available in some areas.


Virgin Media is the one mainstream provider whose fibre broadband runs through fibre optic cables to your home, which is why it can offer speeds of up to 360Mb.

Niche provider Gigaclear use similar cables, and can reach max speeds as high as an eye-popping 1Gb. But before you get too excited about the prospect of this ultrafast broadband in your home, their packages aren’t available in many areas - make sure you check the deals in youe area to see if you can get it.

How do I install fibre optic broadband?

Some providers, like BT, TalkTalk and Plusnet will send you all the equipment you need to get going with fibre. You simply connect your router (they supply clear instructions), and you're good to go.

In some cases, you may need a visit from an engineer to install a new line, or set up the connection in the home. In those cases, you'll be able to arrange a mutually convenient time for him or her to visit.

Do I need fibre optic broadband?

Just because fibre optic broadband is faster than ADSL, doesn’t mean it’s the right choice for everyone.

But before you buy fibre optic broadband, think about whether you really need it. After all, there’s no point in paying extra for speeds you don't need.

We recommend fibre optic if you…

If any of these apply to you, then you might want to consider purchasing fibre broadband. If none apply, there’s little point in getting fibre, as a standard broadband package will likely do the job for you.

Will fibre optic broadband improve Wi-Fi speeds?

Absolutely. You see, when you buy a fibre package, you might need a new router. Generally, the provider will supply you with the equipment and, because the router will likely be a newer model made to support faster speeds, you should see a stronger Wi-Fi signal.

Can I get fibre optic without line rental?

Only certain providers can offer fibre optic without line rental. For example, because they use their own cables, Virgin Media and Gigaclear can give you a broadband connection without requiring you to get a landline too.

In some cases, the fibre package you go for might be more expensive because you’re not paying line-rental.

Read our guide for more:

How much does fibre cost?

Naturally, due to its faster speeds, fibre broadband will be more expensive than standard, ADSL broadband. Fortunately, it’s easy to find a deal. Simply check the table at the top of this page to compare deals from the UK’s top fibre optic broadband providers.

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