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Cheapest Broadband Deals Available in Your Area

Use the table below to find the best broadband deals to suit your needs. Once you've found a suitable deal just click the 'See Deal' button to be taken to the providers site!

Online Offer Unlimited Broadband

  • Plusnet
  • Unlimited Broadband

    18m contract. Total upfront fees £0.

  • Up to

    17Mb

    per second

  • Truly Unlimited

    usage

  • £18.99

    per month

  • Plusnet

Online Offer First Broadband

  • First Utility
  • First Broadband

    18m contract. Total upfront fees £0.

  • Up to

    17Mb

    per second

  • Truly Unlimited

    usage

  • £17.99

    per month

  • First Utility

Online Offer Unlimited Broadband

  • Origin Broadband
  • Unlimited Broadband

    12m contract. Total upfront fees £0.

  • Up to

    17Mb

    per second

  • Truly Unlimited

    usage

  • £18.49

    per month

  • Origin Broadband

Online Offer Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls

  • Post Office
  • Unlimited Broadband + Weekend Calls

    18m contract. Total upfront fees £0.

  • Up to

    17Mb

    per second

  • Truly Unlimited

    usage

  • £19.00

    per month

  • Post Office

Online Offer Broadband Unlimited (Existing Sky TV customers)

  • Sky
  • Broadband Unlimited (Existing Sky TV customers)

    12m contract. Total upfront fees £19.95.

  • Up to

    17Mb

    per second

  • Truly Unlimited

    usage

  • £18.00

    per month

  • Sky
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The Best Way to get Cheapest Broadband

The only way to find a broadband deal that’s cheap enough for you is to compare your options as effectively as possible. Usually, using a comparison tool to input your requirements and then weighing up the pros and cons is the most effective way to do this. You’ll usually find the very cheapest deals offered by ‘budget providers’, who don’t come with many features. If it’s just basic broadband you want alone, then selecting a cheap package could be the way to go.

The Cheapest Broadband Provider

There are so many options for low cost internet out there. There are a handful of great providers out there who specialise in offering cost effective deals for those on a budget. They are the following:

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.

Make A Note Of The Real Cost

Bear in mind that many broadband providers will offer free deals, only to bump up the cost when you add on your compulsory charges. By using our service, you’ll know exactly what you’ll be expected to pay each month. You need to be sure that an offer is as good value for money as it looks at a glance!

Unlimited Broadband Packages

When you're choosing a new broadband package, you have two choices when it comes to how much you can use it. Your broadband can have unlimited use, or it can have a limit set on it. If it's unlimited, it might also have a "fair usage" policy, which can mean that you're asked not to use it for heavy activities, like downloading or uploading huge amounts of data. You might wonder why you would want anything other than an unlimited deal. But you could save money if you choose a connection with limited use. If you do select one of these, don't worry about your internet switching off when you reach your maximum bandwidth. What will happen is that your connection could slow down significantly.

So what requires unlimited use? If you regularly play video games, use music or video streaming sites like Netflix or Spotify or download large files, you're going to need an unlimited connection. But if you only browse the web, maybe using email and some social media, selecting a broadband connection with a monthly usage limit could save you some cash.

Is A Cheap Broadband Package The Best Option For Me?

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:

  • Will a lot of people be using the internet?
  • Do I want extra features, such as TV?
  • Will I be streaming TV?
  • Will I be playing/downloading games?
  • Do I use the home phone much?

If you answered no to the majority, you could benefit from going cheap.

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FAQS

  • How Do I Make the Switch with My Broadband Provider?

    This process is usually really simple. All you need to do once you’ve found a package, is sign up via the company’s website. They will then get in touch with your current provider, and get things in motion for you. However, the only exception is Virgin Media. If you’re with/switching to Virgin Media, you must do this yourself.

    In most cases, you should find the switch without problems. Your new provider will then send you the things you need to get set up.

  • Will I Be Able to Keep My Email Address If I Switch?

    You may be able to keep your email address temporarily, but it depends on who you’re with. Your best option is to get a free email address with a service like Gmail or Outlook, so you don’t have to worry about losing your address in future.

  • Can I Save Money by Bundling Things Like TV And Broadband Together?

    Yes! Many bundles out there are priced competitively, and you could get value for money by making the most of the bundles on offer. Not only this, doing this can make it so much easier to keep a handle on your finances, as all of these services will come to you on one single bill.

  • Do I Need to Get Fibre Optic Broadband?

    Fibre optic broadband is a faster option than options that come through the phone line. It’s also far more reliable. However, it isn’t a necessity for everybody and will entirely depend on your needs. If you want to simply browse the internet and check social media, you’ll be OK with a package through the phone line.

    However, if you spend your time streaming TV shows, listening to music, downloading games, and doing things that eat up a lot of gigabytes, fibre optic will be a better option for you

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