Our experts have picked out a broadband deal that they think offers fantastic value at the moment. Read on to see what they've selected, and find out how to get it.
TenTel Broadband Advance - £185 upfront, £0 per month
Get unlimited broadband, with speeds of up to 17Mb, plus pay-as-you-go landline calls, for a single upfront cost and nothing to pay each month. Just pay £185 today, and your broadband and home phone sorted are for the year - at the equivalent of £15.42 a month. 12 month contract.
Why have we picked this deal?
Easter is an expensive time, with all those eggs to buy and bank holidays to fill with activities. So we've picked a deal focused on not just saving money, but keeping your bills low for the coming year. Here's how we broke it down:
- Monthly cost: Technically, nothing. You pay for this deal entirely upfront, meaning zero bills for the next twelve months.
- Yearly cost: Here's the stinger - it's £185 to pay all in one go. It's a heck of a setup cost, but it's actually the cheapest 17Mb broadband you can get through broadbandchoices right now. You'll struggle to find broadband for less than £200 a year from other providers.
- Value: The £185 figure may sound a bit scary, but look at it this way: it's just £15.42 per month. That's a few quid less than its nearest competitors, and definitely the lowest yearly cost. Value-wise, it's excellent.
- Topicality: After an expensive couple of weekends, saving money is on our minds - and we bet it's on yours too. Why not take advantage of this deal and cut your bills for a whole year? (Psst, you can even use our reminder tool to alert you when that 12 months is coming to an end.)
- Demographic: 17Mb speed broadband is best for small-ish households. It can handle video streaming, and connect a few devices to the 'net at once - and this deal's got unlimited downloads so you can browse and watch as much as you want. Bonus: you don't need a credit check to get TenTel broadband.
Information correct at the time of writing. Be aware that deals and offers change over time.
Other good deals this month
Here are some other compelling deals available this month.
Fixed price guarantee! TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV
Get unlimited broadband with speeds up to 17Mb, unlimited downloads, evening and weekend calls, and 83 TV channels. TalkTalk guarantees no price rises for the duration of this contract (12 months), and at just £20 per month (plus £25 setup) this is a fantastic value telly bundle. Add as many extra channels as you want with a 30-day Boost too!
EE Unlimited Superfast Fibre + Weekend calls + £100 Amazon voucher
Need something faster? This week's top fibre optic deal comes courtesy of EE. For £28.50 per month, plus £7 setup costs, you get broadband with speeds up to 38Mb and a FREE £100 Amazon voucher thrown in. Got an EE mobile too? You'll get a 5GB monthly data boost as well.
What is Deal of the Week?
Here at broadbandchoices, we see dozens of offers come and go every month, many offering incredible value. We thought it'd be useful to highlight some of the best on a regular basis.
Each week (well, if we're honest, each two weeks), we trawl through the multitude of available deals and pick one that stands out to us as being particularly noteworthy.
How do we judge Deal of the Week?
We pick the Deal of the Week based on five distinct criteria, as well as personal judgement based on our experience within the industry.
- Monthly cost: how much you'll pay each month.
- Yearly total: the overall first year cost, including any extra charges like installation activation and equipment.
- Value: What do you get for your money? Here, we'll factor in any extras that come with the package, available add-ons as well as rewards like vouchers and cashback.
- Topicality: how relevant is this package to what's happening right now? For example, is it a holiday? Is it student broadband season? Is a new hit series starting on TV? Is it a sales season?
- Demographic: who is this package for, and how well does it cater to their needs?
Who picks Deal of the Week?
Our Editorial team are wholly responsible for choosing deal of the week. Take it from us - they know their onions. And by 'onions', we mean 'in-depth details about the world of broadband and mobile' - everything from how to find the best package, to consumer advice, to how to have more fun with your connection.
They're separate from any commercial interests and fully impartial. The only thing they care about is that they pick out a great deal. Also cake.
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