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The best broadband deals for Christmas and New Year

The best broadband deals for Christmas and New Year

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The best broadband deals for Christmas and New Year are starting to flow in to us at BroadbandDeals.co.uk and we can’t wait to help you switch to better broadband.

Vodafone: Save £36 a year on fibre

Vodafone’s fibre broadband comes in two speeds – up to 38Mbps and up to 76Mbps.

These stable connections are much lusted after as there’s no point switching to a worse service than you already have, just a save a few quid.

So when Vodafone broadband drops in price these deals are some of the most popular across the whole site.

These deals are on 18 month contracts. When you click through to ‘See Deal’ on the cards below, you’ll get taken through to the Vodafone website. They will give you an estimate of the download and upload speeds you’re likely to get before you switch, which is a great confidence booster.

  • Unlimited Fibre 38 dropped from £25 to £22.50 a month
  • Unlimited Fibre 76 cut from £30 to £27 a month

TalkTalk fibre at £25 a month

While TalkTalk doesn’t have the greatest reputation for customer service, its deals can be hard to argue with on price alone.

Until 10 January you can get TalkTalk’s 38Mbps fibre for £25 a month and the Fixed Price Plan means that your bills will never go up during the course of your initial 18 month contract.

There’s no setup fees to deal with upfront, so you know the price you’re quoted is the price you’ll pay.

BT Infinity with £125 and £150 Reward Cards

BT is the king of triple-figure rewards and with two Infinity fibre broadband deals qualifying for the massive offer it’s time to strike if BT is your front runner.

Both deals are on 18 month contracts. BT Infinity 1 runs at up to 52Mbps while BT Infinity 2 offers speeds up to 76Mbps.

The monthly price is a little more expensive than Vodafone or TalkTalk’s options, but instead of just broadband on its own, you get inclusive Weekend Calls bundled in. So if you still use the home phone then it’s a strong option.

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Tom is a tech journalist and Editor at BroadbandDeals.co.uk.
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