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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
Email Results
line rental

*This is the maximum possible speed. Broadband speed may be lovwer at peak times and can be affected by a range of technical and environmental factors. The speed you receive where you live may be lower that listed above.

The services listed above are subject to local availablity and may not be available where you live.

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Everything you need in one place

Who wants more than one provider? Getting your broadband, home phone and TV in one big package means they’re designed to work together and you only have to keep track of one bill. A three-in-one bundle is usually cheaper too!

Find out how to choose a broadband, phone and TV package, including how to stick to your budget, where to start and how to make sure everyone who’ll be using it is happy, in just over a minute with this video.

Building your bundle

When you’re shopping for broadband, phone and TV, start with whatever you’ve got the strongest feelings about. For most, this’ll be TV.

If your favourite programme’s only on Sky, start there. If your heart’s set on a TiVo box, Virgin Media’s where to begin.

Once you’ve narrowed down your search by deciding what telly you want, it’s easier to choose your broadband and phone.

Similarly, if you know what download speed you want, and you’re willing to compromise on TV, start with broadband.

  • TV - TV packages range in size from basic Freeview, all the way up to a couple of hundred channels.
  • Broadband - Busy households with lots of connected devices run more smoothly on fibre optic broadband, and you'll get out-of-this-world speeds - up to 200Mb is widely available. Standard broadband with a usage limit, meanwhile, will suffice if you live alone or don’t use the internet a lot.
  • Phone - For many, it’s the least important part of a broadband, TV and phone deal - but if you need something specific, like international calls for phoning family abroad, check out what calls are included.

Choosing a provider

We compare broadband, phone and TV deals - mobile phone plans as well, if you’re interested - from all the major providers in the UK. But they don’t offer the same packages all over the country, especially when it comes to broadband. That’s why we ask for your postcode, so we can show you the best broadband deals available where you live, including those that come with phone and TV offered by the UK’s ‘big four’:

  • BT - It’s the UK’s biggest for broadband and phone, and BT Infinity is the most widely-available superfast broadband. If you want TV as well, simply add a YouView box to your bundle. There are regularly BT deals available, so compare to see your options.
  • Sky - Still top of the tree when it comes to delivering unmissable telly, live sports and new movies, Sky’s also the country’s second-largest broadband provider. To go superfast, get Sky Fibre.
  • TalkTalk - If you’re on a budget, or just want broadband, phone and TV that doesn’t cost a bomb, TalkTalk is the one for you. Add YouView for TV and energise your internet with superpowered fibre.
  • Virgin Media - If speed’s what you need, Virgin Media offers the UK’s fastest widely-available broadband - up to 200Mb - as well as a huge range of channels and features on its connected TV box TiVo.

Benefits of bundling

We’re always banging on about how much you can save by getting broadband, TV and phone in one big package - it’s almost always cheaper than getting them separately. Plus it's more convenient, as you only have to keep track of one monthly bill. It also means that when your contract is up, it’s easier to switch again as you can move everything to a new provider in one go. Last but not least, by bundling you get the best experience from your broadband, phone and TV because they’re made for each other.

Is a bundle always better?

In most cases, bundling’s the easiest way to save money on your broadband, phone and TV. If you add up the cost of getting them from separate providers, it’ll usually be much higher than that of a three-in-one bundle, but take your needs into consideration.

For example, if TV’s not high on your list of priorities, you might be better off with Freeview and a cheaper broadband and phone deal. However, if you want more from your TV, it makes sense to bundle it with broadband and phone.

Broadband FAQs

  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, 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. 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.
  2. Which broadband provider’s the best?
    There’s no straightforward answer to this one, as the broadband provider that’s best for you might not be the right choice for everyone. It depends on your budget, what’s available where you live, and how much you want from your broadband package. For example, if you’re bundling with TV, Sky has the biggest range of channels overall and because it’s delivered by satellite you can get Sky TV just about anywhere. However, Sky is one of the more expensive broadband providers, so it isn’t right for everyone’s budget. When you’re thinking of switching, take the time to weigh up the costs and benefits of all the packages available.
  3. 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 80% 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.
  4. Why can’t I get Virgin Media?
    Virgin Media has its own separate cable network to deliver the provider’s broadband, phone and TV services, which now covers a little over half of the UK. If you live in a town or city, or at least a built-up suburb of one, then chances are you’ll have access to Virgin Media. The network is always growing, though, so if you can’t get it now, that doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t be able to get it in the future. Enter your postcode into our comparison tool to find out if Virgin Media is available where you live.
  5. Why do I have to pay line rental?
    Even if you never use your home phone to make calls, you still need a phone line to receive your broadband connection. This is true of virtually all broadband providers, so paying line rental is pretty much unavoidable. Virgin Media is the only widely available broadband you can get without taking a phone line as well.
  6. 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. 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.
  7. 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.

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