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Online exclusive Sport + Fibre 2

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Online exclusive Superfast Fibre

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Jetstream Fibre Max Unlimited Broadband

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Online exclusive Fab Fibre + Free Anytime Calls

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Cheap WiFi deals

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Looking for cheap WiFi deals? On this page, we've listed some of the best deals from the UK’s biggest providers.

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WiFi and TV deals

Signing up for TV and WiFi broadband from the same provider is a great way to save money. You’ll also have the convenience of a single bill to pay.

Click on the button below to take a look at our pick of the best WiFi and TV deals from the likes of Sky, Virgin Media, BT and Now Broadband:

WiFi and landline deals

Unless you choose Virgin Media fibre broadband or opt for mobile broadband, you'll have to sign up for a landline alongside broadband.

The main thing to consider is how much you'll use your landline to make calls. Most WiFi and landline deals offer inclusive weekend and evening calls.

However, if you think you're likely to make landline calls during the day (most probably for work-related matters), it's probably a good idea to pay a few more pounds per month to get an anytime calls add-on.

Which providers offer WiFi routers?

Wifi routers come as standard with packages from all household-name providers, such as TalkTalk, BT, Virgin Media, Sky and Plusnet.

Below we take a look at the WiFi routers on offer right now:

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

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

BT fibre customers also have the option to add BT Complete WiFi too, which boosts signal strength and is designed for large homes.

Virgin Media

Every Virgin Media broadband package comes with an impressive Hub 3.0 router capable of delivering superfast cable broadband speeds.

Equipped with Intelligent WiFi, the Hub 3.0 continually analyses signal quality and strength and adjusts to get you the best connection possible.

Sky

Sky broadband customers get a Sky Hub as standard, although you can also upgrade to the high-tech Sky Q hub for an extra fee.

All Sky broadband packages include its WiFi guarantee. This guarantees a service of at least 3Mbps in every room of the house or you'll get your money back.

Plusnet

Plusnet broadband packages come with the a Plusnet Hub One as standard. Key features include the latest wireless AC standard, dual-band WiFi and four 1GB speed ethernet ports.

Frequently asked questions

What is WiFi?

WiFi is a another term for wireless broadband. It refers to a broadband signal that's transmitted around the house in the form of radio waves by a wireless router.

The result is that you can use a wireless signal to get online with multiple internet-enabled devices in all rooms of your home.

That's in contrast to old-fashioned wired broadband, which required you to plug in a cable to the device you wanted to use to go online. And could only provide internet connectivity to one device at a time.

How do I set up WiFi?

To set up WiFi, you simply have to plug in your router and download some broadband software. But it's important you think hard about where to place your router to ensure the signal extends around the home and won't mean that some rooms are blackspots.

We'd suggest you place it somewhere high-up or on a wall. And don't hide it away in a cupboard or behind something that'll obstruct the signal.

If you do find you're struggling with a weak signal and need a bit of help, head to our handy guide for some useful tips.

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