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Superfast Broadband Deals

Superfast broadband is defined as having speeds of at least 30Mbps - which most fibre optic deals can deliver.

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Superfast Broadband Deals
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Offers from over 15 providers

Offers from over 15 providers

Community Fibre Broadband

Gigafast 920

12 month contract Fibre

920Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£50.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Community Fibre Broadband

GigaFast 920

24 month contract Fibre

920Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£49.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Zen Broadband

Full Fibre 900

24 month contract Fibre

900Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£62.99 / month

£29.99 upfront fees

Wightfibre Broadband

Full-Fibre 900

24 month contract Fibre

900Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£55.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

TrueSpeed Broadband

Truespeed 900

18 month contract Fibre + Phone
£105 Amazon Voucher

900Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£69.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

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What is superfast broadband?

Superfast broadband is a type of internet connection that uses fibre optic technology rather than copper wires to deliver internet to your home. It provides a faster broadband service than what you'll get with an ADSL connection, as well as a more reliable connection. 

Specifically, superfast broadband is defined in the UK as any fibre connection that offers download speeds of 24Mbps or more. The higher the number, the quicker the data can be downloaded to your household. There are many benefits to investing in superfast broadband that can make your lives much easier in this technology driven era.

Superfast broadband is sometimes referred to as hyperfast or ultrafast broadband, but these terms usually indicate broadband speeds of several hundred Mbps or more. And in recent years, a number of providers have been offering gigabit capable broadband with average speeds of a up to 1GBps (1,000 Mbps)

Do I need superfast broadband?

If you only use the internet to occasionally browse the web or check your emails then a superfast broadband package might not be necessary. However, if you like to use the internet a bit more than that, including streaming or downloading large files, you will most definitely see the benefits of a superfast, fibre optic broadband connection. People who should be considering switching to a superfast broadband deal include:
 
  • Large Households: If there are many people in your household using the internet all at once then a superfast broadband connection will be well suited to you. It will allow you to use multiple devices simultaneously and seamlessly, including laptops, phones, your smart TV, and your games console. 
  • Streamers: If you’re one of the many people who now stream and download music and videos from platforms such as Netflix and Spotify, superfast broadband will dramatically decrease buffering/download times, allowing you more time to do the things you enjoy.
  • Gamers: If you’re a keen gamer, superfast broadband will improve the in-game responsiveness and reduce lag throughout, allowing for a smoother and all-round better experience.
  • Video-Callers: When making a long-distance video chat the images should be super crisp, and you won’t have to worry about a poor connection – at least not on your end.
  • Home Workers: As well as clear and responsive video-calling, with superfast broadband you can have multiple tabs open on your browser all working at the same time and speed, allowing you to work much more efficiently. If you work from home and rely on your internet connection, then getting a superfast broadband deal is a no-brainer.

How to get superfast broadband

Unfortunately, not everyone in the UK can get superfast broadband. 

Furthermore, not all superfast broadband is the same, as the actual speed you get can vary hugely depending on the broadband provider you go for, and how much you’re willing to pay. 

Some of the providers that offer superfast broadband are:

Last reviewed: 05 May 2021

Next review: 05 June 2021