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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.
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Broadband Superfast


Call Sky

0800 759 1469

59MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£9.95 Setup costs

£333.95 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£9.95 Setup costs

£27.00 p/m for 18 months

£333.95 Total first year cost

Online exclusive Unlimited Broadband


Call Plusnet

0808 178 7205

10MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£65 Cashback

Offer Ends

23/07/19

£0.00 Setup costs

£162.88 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£18.99 p/m for 18 months

£162.88 Total first year cost

Broadband Essential


Call Sky

0800 759 1469

11MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£9.95 Setup costs

£249.95 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£9.95 Setup costs

£20.00 p/m for 18 months

£249.95 Total first year cost

Fibre Essential + Line Rental


Call BT

0800 783 5390

36MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£9.99 Setup costs

£333.87 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£9.99 Setup costs

£26.99 p/m for 18 months

£333.87 Total first year cost

Unlimited Broadband


Call Direct Save

0800 280 2021

11MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

12 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£203.40 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£16.95 p/m for 12 months

£203.40 Total first year cost

Special offer Offer ends 26/07/19 - See Vodafone's site for T&C's

Online exclusive Superfast 1


35MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£75 Voucher + Free Amazon Echo

Offer Ends

26/07/19

£9.99 Setup costs

£261.99 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£9.99 Setup costs

£21.00 p/m for 18 months

£261.99 Total first year cost

Unlimited Broadband - Line Rental Only


Call SSE

0330 053 5146

11MB Broadband Speed (average*)

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.

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£216.00 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£18.00 p/m for 18 months

£216.00 Total first year cost

Online exclusive Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls


Call BT

0800 783 5390

50MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Weekend calls included

£90 BT Reward Card - see BT's website for further details

Offer Ends

25/07/19

£9.99 Setup costs

£393.87 Total first year cost

Weekend calls included

£9.99 Setup costs

£31.99 p/m for 18 months

£393.87 Total first year cost

Brilliant Broadband + Free Anytime Calls


Call NOW Broadband

0330 041 2489

11MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

12 month Contract

Anytime calls included

£0.00 Setup costs

£216.00 Total first year cost

Anytime calls included

£0.00 Setup costs

£18.00 p/m for 12 months

£216.00 Total first year cost

Special offer Offer ends 21/07/19 - See SSE's site for T&C's

Online exclusive Unlimited Fibre - Line Rental Only


35MB Broadband Speed (average*)

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.

Unlimited Downloads

18 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£276.00 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£23.00 p/m for 18 months

£276.00 Total first year cost

Unlimited Broadband


Call Post Office

0808 281 7028

11MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

12 month Contract

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£190.80 Total first year cost

Pay as you go calls

£0.00 Setup costs

£15.90 p/m for 12 months

£190.80 Total first year cost

M50 Fibre Broadband + Phone


Call Virgin Media

0808 168 6088

54MB Broadband Speed (average*)

Unlimited Downloads

12 month Contract

Weekend calls included

£35.00 Setup costs

£371.00 Total first year cost

Weekend calls included

£35.00 Setup costs

£28.00 p/m for 12 months

£371.00 Total first year cost

*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.

Cheap WiFi deals

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Nowadays, most households have a wireless broadband connection. But what exactly is wireless broadband? Below, we tell you everything you need to know, as well as show you the best deals, from the UK’s biggest providers.

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Let’s take a look…

What is WiFi?

To be honest, the clue is in the name - wireless broadband, or WiFi, is really just broadband without the wires.

You see, whereas standard, ADSL broadband offers internet through cables like your phone line, to get a wireless connection, you just need to plug a WiFi router into your broadband connection to establish a signal.

As we say, it’s pretty straightforward and, if cable broadband in your area isn’t very good, or you want to get online straight away, wireless broadband is worth a look.

Moreover, it’s also great for anyone with a phone, tablet or smartphone as these days, most households have one or more device. To that end, wireless broadband is pretty much everywhere and for everyone.

WiFi deals with unlimited data

Thankfully, most big providers offer WiFi deals with unlimited data, though will likely have to pay extra.

To find a deal that suits you, hit the button below.

WiFi and TV deals

Nowadays, bundling TV and broadband is a great way to save money. Plus, getting them together will save you a lot of stress in the long-run, as you’ll have one bill rather than two to worry about.

To that end, there are four major providers who specialise in both TV and broadband deals - Sky, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and BT.

WiFi and landline deals

Moreover, most providers also offer competitive wireless broadband and phone deals, too. If you like to chat, a package with anytime calls will be the best option for you.

Conversely, if you do most of your talking on the mobile, we suggest opting for a package with evening and weekend calls. Luckily, there are plenty of great deals out there for WiFi and landline. To find one that best suits you, click on the button below.

How can I get a WiFi router?

As we say, a wireless broadband connection isn’t worth a whole lot if you can’t connect to it. Fortunately, most all of the UK’s major broadband providers offer routers:

TalkTalk

TalkTalk provide a super router with one of its broadband deals. Each device has a decent dual-band connectivity and has been built to last. It comes with wireless AC, dual-band WiFi and four ethernet ports.

BT Wireless

With BT broadband, you get to choose between two routers - the BT Home Hub 4 if you get standard ADSL broadband, or the impressive BT Smart Hub 2 if you take out a fibre package.

Indeed, the Smart Hub is an impressive router indeed - and its packaged with some seriously impressive tech. Plus, if you have a broadband Hub 2, you'll also get the option to add BT Complete WiFi, too.

Virgin Media wireless broadband router

Each package from Virgin Media comes with a Hub 3.0. And, we have to say, considering Virgin Media’s superfast speeds, we’re not surprised the Hub 3.0 is an impressive router.

Plus, if you’ve opted for one of the provider’s broadband deals, the router will support landline free VoIP, too. And, Virgin Media also offer great perks like its Intelligent WiFi, too.

Sky wireless broadband router

Sky broadband customers will get the standard Sky Hub, although you can also upgrade to the even more impressive Sky Q hub for an extra fee.

To be honest, if you’re set on wireless broadband, we recommend you upgrade to the Q version. To find out more, hit the button below.

Plusnet wireless router

Plusnet broadband packages come with the a Plusnet Hub One as standard. And, we have to say, it’s an impressive bit of kit - it uses the latest wireless AC standard, dual-band WiFi and boasts four 1GB speed ethernet ports, too.

How do I set up WiFi?

Thankfully, setting up a broadband connection is pretty straightforward. In fact, most providers supply wireless equipment that simply involves plugging in your router and downloading some wireless broadband software. Simple.

So, with all that in mind, let’s summarise what’s good and bad about wireless broadband.

What’s good about WiFi?

  • It’s convenient - you can use your laptop, etc.
  • It’ll connect to most rooms in your house
  • It’s automated. Once you’ve set up WiFi on your devices, it’ll remember the password, and reconnect - saving you the hassle of setting it up all over again.
  • You can set it up as soon as you get your router - there is no need for an engineer to visit.
  • You don’t need a phone line.

What’s bad about WiFi?

  • To be honest, wireless broadband isn’t as reliable as a standard broadband connection, unfortunately.
  • A wireless connection isn’t secure as a wired connection.
  • Download aren’t as fast as broadband.
  • Thick walls, fire doors and tall buildings can affect your signal. It’s worth thinking about this before you opt for wireless broadband.

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