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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’.
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Fast Broadband (all in pricing)

Line Rental Included
£275.40 Total 1st year cost
£413.10 18 month contract
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0800 049 7843

Unlimited Broadband

Broadband Unlimited fair usage applies Some broadband providers have a fair usage or traffic management policy applied, which can end up imposing limits on your downloading or throttling your speeds at certain times of the day. Read more in this article.
£50 cashback Offer ends in
3 days
-£43.01 Total 1st year cost
£172.87 12 month contract
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Call Plusnet on
0808 178 5954

*This is the maximum possible speed. Broadband speed may be lower 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 than listed above.

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

Every home needs a phone

Whether for keeping in touch with friends and family - overseas or just around the corner - or simply to get broadband, most homes aren’t complete without a landline. And with so many line rental deals and call packages to choose from, we’re here to help you pick the right one.

Choosing a home phone deal

Years ago, BT was the UK’s only home phone provider. It’s still the most popular one, but there are now lots of others to choose from, and with increased competition come much better deals.

Most providers also do broadband, and the main ones - like BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media - do TV too, and it’s almost always cheaper to get your broadband, phone and TV together from one provider than separately from different ones.

These are three main things to consider when comparing home phone deals:

  • Line rental - The monthly amount you pay for your landline is usually the most substantial part of your bill. Post Office and Plusnet are two providers that offer relatively cheap line rental.
  • Inclusive calls - Evening and weekend calls to UK landlines are usually included as standard, and you can upgrade to anytime. If you often call friends or family abroad, you can add inclusive international calls too.
  • Should you bundle? - Avoid taking your home phone, broadband and TV from different providers - bundles are virtually always the best deal if you want all three and mean you have just the one bill to keep on top of.

Cheap line rental

If you’re after a cheap phone line, there are providers like Plusnet that specialise in low-cost home phone packages. But before you plump for a cheap broadband deals, think about why you need it.

For example, cheap line rental is pointless if you end up spending more than you’re saving on calls that aren’t included in your package. On the other hand, if you don’t make a lot of calls, it makes sense to look for the cheapest deal.

Cheap calls

To avoid running up phone bills, you can pay upfront for inclusive calls, so you can make calls at specific times of day, to mobiles, or to international numbers, without paying anything extra.

Look at an old phone bill to see when you make calls. Even the cheapest packages normally include evening and weekend calls to UK landlines. And remember, if you want phone and broadband, it’s usually cheaper to get both - and TV if you want that as well - from one provider that does the lot.


  1. Can I keep my phone number?
    Yes, you can normally keep your existing number if you switch from one provider to another. However if you're a cable customer or need a new line, you'll likely need to get a new one.
  2. Can I have a second phone line installed?

    Yes, it's possible to get a second phone line installed into a property. There are many reasons you might want to do this - getting a business-specific line, or splitting your property into flats or rented rooms, for example.

    The cost of fitting a second line will vary depending on who your provider is, and you may have to wait a few days until an engineer is available to do the work. Contact the provider for more information.

  3. Can I save money by bundling TV, phone and broadband?
    Yes you can. Providers like Sky and Virgin Media offer competitively priced bundles, comprising broadband, home phone and TV, and getting all three services from the same place often leads to significant savings. It also makes it easier to manage finances, as all services come on a single bill.
  4. Can I get broadband without a phone line?
    An active phone line is still required for the vast majority of broadband services in the UK. Virgin Media is the only major UK provider able to offer broadband without a phone line. Or, if you just need the internet for email and occasionally visiting the odd website or checking social networking sites, you might want to consider mobile broadband. This is based on the mobile phone network, so doesn't require a landline.

  5. How do I block unwanted calls?
    If you're tired of receiving unsolicited calls from salespeople, there are a number of steps you can take. You can register with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS), which can be done free of charge online and only takes a couple of minutes. It allows you to record your preference not to receive any unsolicited sales or marketing calls. Some providers can also offer a call blocking feature that is designed to filter out unwanted calls - but there may be an extra charge for this service. There are also a number of home phones on the market with a built-in feature than can block calls from numbers you haven't stored in your contacts list.