Use the table below to find a broadband deal that suits your needs.
Once you've found one just click the 'See Deal' button to be taken to the providers site!
Online Offer Vivid 50 Fibre Broadband + Talk Weekends
12m contract. Total upfront fees £0.
Online Offer Home 50MB Fibre Broadband
15m contract. Total upfront fees £100.
Online Offer Vodafone Existing Mobile Customers Only - Superfast 1
18m contract. Total upfront fees £0.
Online Offer Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls
12m contract. Total upfront fees £0.
Online Offer Unlimited Broadband
18m contract. Total upfront fees £10.
Different providers focus on different things. For example, Virgin proudly boasts the fastest speeds of any provider in the country, and Sky boasts one of the best TV packages on offer, with BT not far behind, particularly when it comes to sport. Other providers, like Plusnet, focus on their local origins and great customer service, and Origin has their own dedicated network of fibre optic cables allowing for high speed uninterrupted service.
To find out a bit more about each provider, and to see the deals they offer, click on the logos below:
From renters to homeowners to business owners, everyone wants to get the best broadband deal possible. But first, you need to work out what 'the best' really means for you.
Whether you need a fibre optic connection for fast streaming or gaming, super stable broadband to keep your business connected, or a bundle that provides all the entertainment you need, our comparison service will help you out.
As with many things, there’s no one-size-fits-all best broadband deal available. Which is lucky for us, since otherwise we’d be out of a job. No, choosing a broadband package is a highly personal affair - like picking a favourite colour, or naming your first-born child.
Just as you’re the expert on you, we’re the experts on broadband, and by combining our knowledge, we can make sure that you end up with a deal that you like, at a price you’ll love (as much as anyone can love paying for something, that is).
Let’s have a look at the kinds of packages available, and the kinds of users they’re good for, to help you decide which will be best for you.
Some broadband packages will limit the amount of data that you can download each month (for example Sky offer a deal with a 25gb limit). Importantly, it’s not just actual downloading files that will eat into this allowance - all browsing and streaming counts.
If you’re a light user (i.e. you’re not downloading or streaming lots of films or music), then opting for a cheaper package with a usage limit should be OK.
Bear in mind that an average HD film will take up 3-5GB of space, so your allowance could get used up quickly if you’re not careful.
Nowadays, most broadband packages you’ll get will offer unlimited downloads, meaning you’re free to use your internet as you please. These will generally be subject to fair use policies though
Unlimited usage broadband deals are good for: pretty much everyone but the lightest of users.
Speed is important to most users - it’s the headline stat that most broadband providers tend to give when they advertise their deals.
A higher speed connection will give you an improved browsing experience all round, but it’s particularly noticeable for those who stream a lot of content, and for those who play games online, when every split second counts.
Super-fast broadband comes through fibre optic cables, whereas conventional internet comes through copper cables. For this reason, super-fast broadband is only available in areas where fibre cables have already been installed.
Super-fast fibre optic broadband deals are good for: gamers, users who stream a lot of content online.
Most broadband providers nowadays offer bundle deals with TV packages thrown in with an internet connection and the phone line that tends to accompany it. This includes big hitters like Sky, Virgin and BT, who have offered TV services for a while, but also competitors like Now TV, whose on-demand TV service preceding their broadband offering.
If you watch a lot of TV, then it makes sense to opt for one of these deals, and most of the time you can customise the TV package you get to suit your viewing habits.
However, if you watch most of your TV using an on-demand service like Netflix, Now TV or Amazon Instant Video, then getting a live TV package as well can prove false economy. Add up the costs, weigh up the pros and cons, and decide for yourself if this kind of deal is worth it for you.
Broadband, TV and phone deals are good for: users who watch a lot of live TV.
Most of the time, broadband providers will price their deals so that they are more or less forcing you to get a phone line along with your internet connection, even if your internet comes through fibre optic cables.
The thing is, very few people still use a landline. If you can see a good deal that forgoes the line rental, it’s worth going for, but it’s not something to stress over too much. If you’re going for broadband with TV, then you’ll almost invariably pay less overall if you get a phone line as well.
Broadband without line rental is good for: users who really don’t want a land line.
Breakneck download speeds and hundreds of TV channels are great, but ultimately it all comes down to the bottom line. For the particularly budget-conscious among us, the following providers are ideal:
Talktalk - offers low cost broadband, superfast fibre, and low cost YouView TV. You can even add Sky channels for a cheap fee.
Plusnet - offers affordable standard and fibre packages, as well as UK based customer support.
Post Office - a good budget broadband provider. You can pay your bill over the counter if you want to.
Bear in mind that many broadband providers will offer seductive introductory deals, only to bump up the cost down the line. To find the true monthly cost, add up the total price of your contract (including cheaper introductory months, and the more expensive later months), and then divided that by the contract length in months.
Broadband providers used to be able to hide compulsory line rental costs far away from the headline cost of a tariff. Thankfully, new rules mean that they have to be much more up front with their pricing, but it always pays to look at the small print.
It depends on how you use the internet. If you live on your own and only use the internet every now and again, a cheap option is fine. However, if you live in a house full of people who like to use the internet, a budget package probably won’t be enough. Your package should allow you to do what you want to do.
Make sure you think about how you plan on using the internet first, and then select a package that best suits your needs. Here are some questions you can ask that will help you to make your decision:
If you answered no to the majority, you could benefit from going cheap.