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Broadband options

Connection type:

Connection types

Standard broadband (ADSL) is the most basic, with low top speeds of 8-17Mbps. Speeds are often much lower at busy times of day, or if you live more than 1 mile from the exchange.

Fibre broadband (FTTC / Cable) uses a mix of fibre and copper wiring to deliver a faster, more reliable connection. Most advertise top speeds of 76Mbps, while Virgin’s cable network can go to 350Mbps.

Fibre-to-home broadband (FTTP) offers the highest speeds by running full-fibre cables right into your property. FTTP is currently only available to a very limited number of households.

Enter your postcode to check availability.

Average speed:

Average speeds

Broadband speeds are now advertised using an average figure, representing the speed achieved by at least 50% of users at peak times.

You may not be able to receive the displayed speed on your connection. Actual speeds will vary by location, but each provider should be able to test your line and give you a more accurate indication of the speed you will achieve.

Gigabit broadband at over 1000Mbps is only available on ‘full-fibre’ or ‘fibre-to-premises’ connections. This connection type is currently only available to a very limited number of households in the UK. We recommend you search using your postcode to check availability.

Monthly data limit:

Data caps

Some providers offer deals with a set quantity of data per month. These deals are rare nowadays for home broadband, as with the advent of HD and 4K video and game streaming, many users will not wish to be limited.

However capped data deals can be cheaper than unlimited ones, so it may be worth considering if you’re not a big streamer.

Deal options

Contract length:

Contract terms

Broadband deals are now offered with a range of different contract lengths.

If you find a particularly cheap deal, it can be a good plan to lock it in for 18 months.

If instead you prefer flexibility, 1-month / no-contract broadband deals are fantastic choice, though they do tend to cost more up front.

Gifts & rewards:

Free Gifts / Rewards / Cashback

Some deals are offered with additional incentives such as cashback, gift cards, or trendy tech.

We don’t subtract the value of these extras when calculating the overall first-year costs of each deal – but you might wish to weigh up how much the gift is worth to you when making a decision.

New line needed:

New Line costs

If you don’t already have a working phone line at your property, most providers will require that you have one installed in order to receive broadband.

Most charge a one-off fee to cover the cost of installation – you can tick this box to add this cost to the deals show.

Phone options

Add a calls bundle:

Calls bundles

If you’re the type to spend hours chatting on the landline, you can make huge savings by bundling your calls in with your broadband.

Most providers offer a range of calls packages, so whether you’re after the odd evening gossip, or a marathon mid-day gabfest, you should be able to find something to suit.

Always check the provider’s terms – some numbers may not be included in your free call-time.

No landline:

No Landline

The vast majority of UK broadband comes through phone lines – so most deals require that you have a landline to your property, even if you don’t use it for the telephone.

However, some providers run their own cables to your premises, doing away with the need for a landline. Virgin’s cable network is the most widespread of these, available to around 60% of homes.

Some providers also allow you to get broadband but pay line-rental separately through another provider – these deals are labelled ‘separate line-rental required’.

TV options

Add a TV bundle:

TV bundles

For many of us, TV and broadband now go hand in hand. So why not bundle up and grab a deal that covers both?

‘Freeview +’ packages include the usual free-to-air channels available on freeview/freesat, usually with the addition of a small number of premium channels or tv-on-demand apps.

‘Premium’ packages are those that include a wider range of premium or subscription channels, often including specialist bundles for sport, cinema or kids tv.

Most TV packages also include some sort of set-top-box to allow recording/rewinding live broadcasts, but some such as NowTV are sold simply as subscriptions to stream online or through Smart TV devices.

TV channels filter:

TV channel filters

If there’s a particular channel you just can’t do without, you can use this filter to find deals which include it.

Please be aware that providers may change the channels available with any given package without prior warning. While we work hard to maintain up-to-date channel lists, you should always check availability with the provider before making any purchase.


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Cost formats

You can choose how the price of each deal is displayed. All prices include line-rental.

Monthly cost is the total cost per month at the beginning of the contract. Some deals will revert to a higher price after an initial offer period.

First year cost is the estimated total cost of the first 12 months on this broadband deal. Comparing first year costs can sometimes give a more accurate idea of how much you will pay overall.

You can also sort your results by price or speed, high to low or low to high.

Sorting by First Year Cost from Lowest to Highest

This is the total combined cost of the deal over the first year of the contract – including any extras like postage and installation fees, or price rises after an introductory period.

We think this is the most accurate indicator of the overall cost of each offer.

You can reverse the order by clicking the arrows next to the dropdown list.

Sorting by Monthly Cost from Lowest to Highest

This is the initial cost-per-month of the deal, but does not take into account any up-front fees or mid-contract price increases.

You can reverse the order by clicking the arrows next to the dropdown list.

Sorting by Average Broadband Speed from Lowest to Highest

This is the speed each provider has reported that at least 50% of their customers can expect at peak times.

You can reverse the order by clicking the arrows next to the dropdown list.

Sorting by Data Limit from Lowest to Highest

This is the amount of download data included each month. If your data runs out mid-month you will have to pay more to keep using your mobile broadband.

You can reverse the order by clicking the arrows next to the dropdown list.

  • Onestream Flow

    Onestream Flow

    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £9.99 £68.99 (inc. new line)
    • Free wireless router
    • No usage caps
    • Line rental included
  • Unlimited Broadband 12 month

    Unlimited Broadband 12 month

    Post Office
    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £0 £60 (inc. new line)
    • Free calls to Post Office home phones anytime
    • Refer a friend discount available
    • Post Office SafeGuard online protection
  • Unlimited Broadband

    Unlimited Broadband

    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £0 £44.95 (inc. new line)
    • Free Discount Club membership
    • Free wireless router
  • Onestream Flow with Evening and Weekend Calls

    Onestream Flow with Evening and Weekend Calls

    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £9.99 £68.99 (inc. new line)
    • Free wireless router
    • No usage caps
    • Line rental included
  • Unlimited Broadband 12 month with Weekend Calls

    Unlimited Broadband 12 month with Weekend Calls

    Post Office
    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £0 £60 (inc. new line)
    • Free calls to Post Office home phones anytime
    • Refer a friend discount available
    • Post Office SafeGuard online protection
  • Brilliant Broadband and Anytime Calls
    Free Anytime calls!

    Brilliant Broadband and Anytime Calls

    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Free Anytime calls!
    Setup costs £0 £0 (inc. new line)
    • Broadband Buddy internet protection
    • Add/remove viewing passes later with no contract
  • Unlimited Broadband and Line Rental Only

    Unlimited Broadband and Line Rental Only

    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £0 £60 (inc. new line)
    • 60-day broadband happiness guarantee
    • Fixed contract price
    • No connection fees
  • Unlimited Broadband 12 Month
    £75 reward card

    Unlimited Broadband 12 Month

    Average* 10Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    £75 reward card
    Offer ends:17/09/2019
    Setup costs £0 £49.99 (inc. new line)
    • Fixed price contract
    • Safeguard online parental control
    • Free wireless router worth £40
  • Unlimited Broadband
    £75 cashback

    Unlimited Broadband

    Average* 10Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    £75 cashback
    Offer ends:17/09/2019
    Setup costs £0 £49.99 (inc. new line)
    • Online only!
    • Fixed price contract
    • Safeguard online parental control
  • Unlimited Broadband with Evening and Weekend Calls 12 month

    Unlimited Broadband with Evening and Weekend Calls 12 month

    Post Office
    Average* 11Mbps UnlimitedBroadband
    Setup costs £0 £60 (inc. new line)
    • Free calls to Post Office home phones anytime
    • Refer a friend discount available
    • Post Office SafeGuard online protection

Broadband offers with Landline and Telly:
To bundle, or not to bundle?

Are you always on the phone? Like a nice boxset binge in the evening?

If so, you should think about bundling up for the best value deals. By getting your broadband service, landline and a television package all with the same provider, you can lower your bills and save a lot of hassle!

Keep it simple:
Broadband Only Deals

If you only ever use your mobile and haven’t watched live TV since 2009, you don’t need anything else.

The cheapest deals are always going to be for broadband only.

If you’re on a tight budget, switching to a basic deal could save you a bundle.

Broadband Only Deals »

Talk for hours?
Broadband + Phone Bundles

If you like a nice natter without worrying about the cost, it’s worth getting a calls package included.

Almost all broadband deals include a landline anyway, and it’s often only a few pounds extra per month.

Most providers offer evening & weekend or anytime calls – but make sure you check what’s included as some don’t cover mobiles.

Broadband & Calls Deals »

Entertain your eyeballs!
Broadband + TV Bundles

If the the Disney channel gets you an extra hour in bed on a Saturday morning, it has to be worth it.

Need live sport? You could be looking at a fairly pricey subscription, so it’s worth shopping around.

Plenty of channels are available from more than one provider – do you really need that dish?

Broadband & TV Deals »

The whole shebang
Broadband + Phone + TV

You can always combine the lot into one big deal – it’s handy to keep it all on one bill, and going with one supplier generally offers the biggest savings.

Some providers will even give you discount sim cards as part of the package. Have a look at Virgin’s Oomph deals, or add one on to BT deals at checkout.

Broadband, Calls & TV Deals »

The need for speed – how fast is fast enough?

We’ve moved on from screechy dial-up and waiting three days for the latest N-Sync single to download, but with more choice comes more difficult decisions.

These days most of us have several devices online at any one time – and we want our broadband to keep up.

That said, faster isn’t always better, especially if you’re on a budget. Choosing an offer with a lower-end speed could save you big bucks.

Before committing to a broadband deal, ask yourself: what broadband speed do i really need?

Are ‘Super/Ultra/Giga Fast’ broadband deals really worth it?

For lots of us, the answer is: maybe not. If you’re only using the internet to check your email, catch up on your fake news and look at pictures of cats, a bog-standard speed of 10 or 11 Mbps (Megabits per second) is just fine.

Assuming you’re the only one using it, you should normally be able to stream HD video (5-8Mbps) so you can keep your Netflix and chill. It’s certainly cheaper, and who doesn’t want to save a few quid? Just be warned, if you’re already used to fibre speeds, it can be a bit painful to go back.

photo of an ugly cat
10 Mbps is purrr-fect for me. Image: Captain Pancakes
photo of Hanson singing Mmmbop
35 MMMbops is enough for us. Image: William

Fed up with arguments over slow wifi?

If you’ve got a brood of data-hungry teenagers, they aren’t going to be happy with slow internet. They might not be happy with fast internet either, but what can you do?

Families and shared houses are likely to need fast fibre broadband offers to cope with all their devices because between phones, tablets, laptops, TVs and even smart fridges, it all adds up.

You’ll also need at least 25 Mbps to stream 4K video, though 50+ is recommended. Online gamers might want more – not so much for playing, but for downloading all those huge patches.

I need professional-grade broadband, and I need it yesterday.

If you’re working from home, you don’t want to be waiting around for downloads – the boss needs that TPS report, stat. Professional applications can be bandwidth-hungry.

Anyone who moves a lot of data around will benefit from upgrading to ultrafast, and large households will enjoy the increase too.

Plenty of us can get 60-80 Mbps through a phone line now – and if you’re in a Virgin cabled area, there are options all the way up to 350 Mbps for those who take speed seriously.

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Professionals probably want 60 Mbps+
photo of a fast-moving train
Gigabit (1000+ Mbps) speeds are coming!

Gigabit Broadband: for when ultrafast just isn’t fast enough.

We’re not really sure what anyone is going to do with 500 Mbps or more – but we used to say that about 50 Mbps!

Whatever it is, you’ll be able to do it really, really fast with 100% fibre optic broadband – eventually.

For now, these speeds are only available to a lucky few. However, there’s big money being pumped into the roll-out of full-fibre, so who knows? It may just arrive sooner than you think.

Connection types: Are you getting enough Fibre?


adsl cables are made of copper wire

The most affordable broadband offers usually come with basic, standard broadband which comes through copper wires.

If you’re not lucky enough to be in a fibre or cable area, it could be all you can get – for now. You can check when fibre is coming to your area through Openreach.

Average speeds are around 10 Mbps, but if you’re a long way from the exchange your actual speed could be much lower.


fttc broadband combines copper and fibre optic cables

Most ‘fibre’ customers still get their internet through the copper phone line connected to a green cabinet in the street.

Providers have focused on upgrading the connections between the exchange and the cabinet with shiny new fibre optic cable.

Speeds can be anywhere from 20 to 80 Mbps. It’s been a long time coming, but Fibre broadband deals are now available to 94% of homes and businesses.


virgin media broadband uses co-axial cables

We include this in results for fibre deals because it’s practically the same thing, but technically Virgin Media customers get their internet through a Co-Ax cable.

There is still plenty of fibre-optic cabling involved, and they call it fibre – probably to keep things simple.

Speeds go from about 50 to 350 Mbps+, but it’s only available to around 60% of households.


FTTP broadband uses optical fibres straight to your home

For most of us, this is the broadband of the future – because only about 6% of UK households can get it.

However, if they’ve wired your street up, it’s hands-down the best connection there is. A man called Boris has promised to spend £30bn on it.

You can get cheap deals from 30 Mbps, but Full-Fibre is really for the very highest speeds – over 1,000 Mbps is possible.

The postcode lottery: what broadband can you actually get in your area?

Broadband availability depends on where you are – and it can really make a big difference. Your neighbour a street away may have blazing fast full-fibre wifi, while you’re still crawling along on old-fashioned ADSL. It’s not fair, but until the powers that be decide to install more cables, you could be stuck in the slow lane.

Luckily does the hard work for you. We’ll check your local exchange to see what technology is available, work out how far away you are, and see which ISPs (Internet Service Providers) are able to help. We cover more broadband offers than any other comparison site, so your chances are pretty good.

Just pop your postcode in the box and we’ll check what you can get:

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Our supercharged database will hunt down all the available broadband offers on your street. Then one click takes you straight to the provider’s website to get set up.

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Which providers can I get broadband from?

At, we work with a wide range of UK Internet Service Providers to bring you more deals than any other broadband comparison site.

Triple-play bundles

For those who want everything, we have offers on broadband, home phone and TV from the big players like BT, Sky and Virgin.

Low cost broadband deals

We also have a huge choice of deals on cheap broadband from budget providers like TalkTalk, Direct Save and Onestream.

Full fibre deals

And if speed is what you need, get the fastest full-fibre broadband from newcomers like Gigaclear and Hyperoptic.

Broadband deals for bad credit

Most broadband providers will carry our a credit check when you sign up. If that strikes fear in your heart, don’t panic – you have options. We know all about getting broadband without a credit check, and we’re here to help.

How do I find out what’s included with all these broadband deals?

We’ve already found out everything there is to know about the internet offers listed on After entering your postcode, you’ll see a full list of the deals available in your area, and each deal can be expanded by clicking the ‘more info’ button.

How much does it really cost?

You can see a comprehensive breakdown of all the costs involved in the ‘more info’ section of each of our broadband offers.

We show you both up-front and monthly fees, including line-rental. You can even compare deals based on the cost of a full year of service, which can offer a more accurate idea of the price differences.

Our ‘Bottom Line’ let’s you know exactly how much you’ll pay, and for how long, so you can choose a broadband deal with confidence.

But cost isn’t all there is to a broadband service…

Let’s talk hardware – what about the wifi?

We know you need the full picture before choosing a broadband provider, so we include detailed information on the wifi router that comes with each deal. The router can make a big difference to the broadband speed you can achieve, so it’s worth looking into.

All providers include a free router, but they’re not always the best quality. If you need lightning-fast gigabit wifi, then you may want to factor in the cost of an upgraded router.

More more more… That’s how we like it at

We’re firm believers that you can never have too much information when making a decision on how to spend your hard-earned cash.

If you want to see bundles that include TV, then we have you covered with a full channel list. If you’re a home phone user, then we can show you the exact call charges with each broadband and calls bundle.

Our broadband comparison tool has loads of handy filters, meaning you can really narrow things down. So, if you’re looking for a unlimited fibre broadband that also includes a subscription to the Disney Channel and unlimited landline calls – there’s a filter for that!

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