There's an overwhelming amount of choice available when it comes to broadband, TV and mobile deals. Our comparison tools make this decision easier for you. Whether you're looking for the cheapest, fastest or best deals, we'll help you find it in seconds not hours.
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Standard broadband, also known as non-fibre or ADSL broadband has typical average speeds of 10-11Mbps. It's aimed at small households with limited internet use. Superfast fibre broadband refers to anything over 24Mbps and under 300Mbps – good for medium to large households with moderate to high internet usage. Ultrafast fibre broadband is rarer, and refers to anything over 300Mbps – good for very large households, student/shared accommodation and power users.
Broadband and TV is offered by larger providers. It almost always means savings if you bundle your broadband deal with a subscription TV package rather than taking the two out separately.
As far as business broadband is concerned, we do allow you to compare it. However, Cable.co.uk specialises in home broadband so you'll find more pages dedicated to what is, after all, a much bigger market.
Lots of companies provide broadband, but only a limited number of them also supply TV, and of those only a few offer anything remarkable. Nevertheless, all that offer a telly box and broadband bundle do so for less than the two services cost separately, so if you're after both, bundles are where you should look.
TV only packages, as their name suggests, offer TV on its own (without broadband). TV-only deals are currently only available from Virgin Media and Sky. Conversely, TV with broadband bundles put the to together. By seeking out a TV, broadband and phone bundle you can save money on both services.
Freeview TV packages offer the most basic, entry-level TV packages and are available from various providers, offering a set-top box of some kind and access to predominantly Freeview (terrestrial) channels. Premium TV packages such as those from Sky, Virgin Media and to some extent BT, offer packages with a host of premium entertainment channels such as Sky Atlantic, AMC, FX and Syfy. It's worth knowing the difference before making your choice.
Sky Cinema packages – previously known as Sky movies – are available from various providers beyond Sky. Sky still offers the best subscription movie service out there and, happily, you can add it on to TV packages from Sky, Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk and NOW TV. Sky Sports packages are also available from the same list of providers.
BT Sport packages represent BT's answer to Sky Sports and show Champions League, Premier League football, Ashes Cricket, Rugby and loads more. You can add it on onto packages from BT, TalkTalk, Sky and Virgin Media.
Cable.co.uk includes every TV provider in its listings apart from Plusnet, which has a TV offering, but will only let you have it once you're up and running with its broadband – its doesn't sell bundles and only sells to existing customers. Other than that, here they all are…
New mobile providers come and go quite frequently, often leaving behind a lot of extremely angry customers. That's why we at Cable.co.uk will only show you deals from those providers that have proved themselves to have some serious staying power.
Pay as you go mobile plans allow you to only pay for what you use, though they generally work out more expensive when comparing like for like minutes and data. We don't have side-by-side listings of PAYG phone plans, but we do offer a wealth of information in our guides section.
Switching provider nowadays is easy but there are some helpful hints and tips you can follow in our guides.
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