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Take a look at our in-depth guides to your current or potential broadband provider below. Find out what services and speeds are on offer and so much more.

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    To Infinity and beyond!

    Whatever you do online, from simple web surfing to streaming video, fibre optic broadband can make it as fast and smooth as a greased up cheetah. More »

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    All about BT phone line

    Once upon a time, BT (www.bt.com) was the only way to get a phone line in the UK. These days, you have far more options to choose from -… More »

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    BT YouView - What's it all about?

    YouView is a great choice of set top box for your TV - it’s subscription-free, and lets you watch over 70 free-to-air channels. But with a BT TV (www.bt.com)… More »

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    BT broadband: The complete guide

    When it comes to broadband providers, you won’t find bigger than BT. It has arguably the widest range of options - comprising home internet with tons of extras, as… More »

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    BT packages... unpackaged

    If you’re looking for a broadband, TV, home phone and mobile phone provider that gives you a lot of choice, then hoo boy - BT (www.BT.com) is the one… More »

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    BT TV: Bundles on the box on a budget

    BT TV was originally launched by in 2006 as BT Vision, and BT (www.BT.com) was one of the first TV providers in the UK to use the internet, letting… More »

  • BT TV channels: What do I get?

    You have a number of options when deciding which BT TV package to go with, from Starter with its 70 Freeview channels to Entertainment with its extra channels, such… More »

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    Should I get EE broadband?

    EE is known for its super quick and wide-reaching 4G, but it delivers speedy broadband right into our home too - at prices that won’t break the bank. Read… More »

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    Is EE fibre optic broadband any good?

    EE doesn’t just offer blisteringly fast 4G on its mobile plans - it can also give you even-blisteringly-faster fibre broadband in your home as well. More »

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    Is Hyperoptic broadband any good?

    There’s superfast broadband, and then there’s super-duper-fast. Hyperoptic offers broadband packages that are off the charts when it comes to speed: its fastest package has average download and upload… More »

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    Is John Lewis Broadband any good?

    John Lewis isn’t just a place to buy lamps any more. The fancy department store also offers basic, straightforward broadband and home phone packages at prices that aren’t half… More »

  • Should I get Now Broadband?

    Most people probably think of NOW TV as a film and TV streaming service. Understandable, because for a while, that’s exactly what it was. More »

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    Is Onestream broadband any good?

    An offshoot of business broadband specialist Onecom, Hampshire based ISP Onestream offers a decent selection of broadband and call packages, at relatively competitive prices. More »

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    About Plusnet - simple, affordable broadband

    Sheffield-based Plusnet has built a strong customer base by specialising in affordable, straightforward broadband packages and strong UK-based customer service. It’s owned by BT, but run independently, so it… More »

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    Plusnet broadband

    Sheffield-based Plusnet (www.plus.net) specialises in simple, affordable broadband and home phone. So if you’re after an internet connection that won’t break the bank - in a package that won’t… More »

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    About Plusnet fibre broadband

    What Plusnet (www.plus.net) does best is affordable, straightforward broadband packages. You can get phone, standard broadband, and fibre optic broadband in simple packages that won’t break the bank. More »

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    All about Plusnet home phone

    If there’s one thing Sheffield's Plusnet (www.plus.net) does best, it’s affordable, straightforward phone and broadband packages. More »

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    Plusnet TV - What can I get?

    Plusnet (www.plus.net) is stretching its feelers out into the world of TV in the form of our good friend YouView. Right now, it’s only available to existing customers. More »

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    Post Office broadband - what can I get?

    The Post Office is no longer just somewhere to mail your letters. Times have changed since the Penny Black was around, and the organisation now offers broadband deals at… More »

  • Post Office

    Post Office broadband - what can I get?

    No longer just a place to mail packages and pay your bills, the Post Office also has a range of broadband deals - and it's committed to making them… More »

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Broadband, phone and TV providers - everything you need to know

When it comes to choosing a broadband provider, a little research goes a long way - there are plenty of options, after all.

Currently, we list all the UK’s major broadband providers here on broadbandchoices. But we also showcase smaller providers, with a wide variety of different broadband, TV, phone and mobile packages, too.

Question is, what things should you consider when choosing a provider? And which offer the cheapest prices?

Let’s dive straight in...

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Look, there’s no such thing as just one provider to suit everyone - each is unique. For example, some will want to shower you with free gifts, while others entice customers with things like free gig tickets or superfast broadband packages.

Over all, though, most providers in the UK offer the same three types of broadband packages: fibre optic broadband, ADSL broadband and wireless broadband.

Another thing to consider when picking a provider is how much data you'll need. Luckily, each offer different types of data allowances, ranging from unlimited data to big data bundles.

Also, some providers, like Sky, for example, specialize in broadband, TV and phone bundles, whilst others might only offer broadband and phone or even broadband on its own.

All that said, before you buy from any one provider, we recommend saving time by checking what’s available in your area. Our postcode checker will show you what’s available.

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Alongside broadband, most providers also offer competitive home phone plans packages, too.

You can find anything from evening and weekend calls, anytime calls, international calls and pay as you go tariffs.

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Whether you’re a movie junkie or a sports fanatic, one of the providers we list will likely have what you’re looking for.

To find out which providers offer TV with their packages, check out our in-depth TV guides. Or, hit the button below to go straight to the best broadband and TV deals.

What is the cheapest internet provider?

To be honest, it depends on what you’re looking for. For example, providers like EE and Post Office offer basic packages at cheap prices.

If you’re a sports or movies fan, however, or you rely on the internet for work, providers like Sky, BT or Virgin Media might be the better option for you, as they’ll likely offer better speeds with a few extra perks - like TV package deals, for instance.

Also, to avoid paying over the odds for a package you don’t really need, make sure you pick a package that reflects your current usage. With that in mind, here’s some tips on picking the right package.

What broadband providers are available in my area?

As we say, to find out what providers are available in your area, use our postcode checker.

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