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Virgin Media M125 Fibre Broadband Virgin Media
£29.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
New customers only20Mb upload speed99.86% network reliability
  • 132Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£29.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
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Sky Superfast Sky
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£27.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
New customers only£5 fee refunded to first bill
  • 61Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £5.00 One-off cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
£27.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
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Virgin Media M250 Fibre Broadband Virgin Media
£33.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
New customers only25Mb upload speed99.86% network reliability
  • 264Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£33.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
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BT Fibre 1 BT
£32.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyPersonal speed guarantee
  • 50Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £31.99 One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£32.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Sky Ultrafast Plus Sky
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£33.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
New customers only£5 fee refunded to first bill
  • 500Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £5.00 One-off cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
£33.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
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BT Fibre Essential BT
was £31.99
£27.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyPersonal speed guarantee
  • 36Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
was £31.99
£27.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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NOW Super Fibre Broadband NOW
£23.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
New customers only
  • 63Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £10.00 One-off cost
  • 12 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
£23.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
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BT Full Fibre 100 BT
was £37.99
£29.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyPersonal speed guaranteePrices may vary by location
  • 150Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
was £37.99
£29.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Plusnet Full Fibre 300 Plusnet
£35.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
New customers onlyFirst month payable upfront
  • 300Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£35.99 per month(increases on the 31st March 2024 by CPI +3.9%)
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Virgin Media M350 Fibre Broadband Virgin Media
£37.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
New customers only36Mb upload speed99.86% network reliability
  • 362Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
£37.00 per month(prices may change during contract)
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Tips for finding the best broadband deals

By Dan Howdle

We know it can be difficult choosing the right deal or broadband provider. This broadband comparison help section contains useful information and advice for making your next broadband purchase easy and stress-free. There are several things to think about when looking for a broadband deal that suits your household, and we'll get onto those. First though, let's talk a bit about why you should switch broadband deals.

Why you should compare and switch broadband

There are a wide variety of reasons you might want to switch your broadband provider. Being upset with your existing provider is quite common, but here let's take a look not at the reasons you might want to, but the reasons why you should:

  • Save money: This is almost certainly the number one reason you should switch broadband. Sticking with your existing provider rarely if ever sees you rewarded for your loyalty. Quite the opposite, in fact – the longer you stay with your provider beyond your initial contract, the more you're going to be paying
  • Faster speeds: If you need faster broadband, you could just contact your existing provider, but beware! Upping your speed can renew your contract and you could find yourself stuck with higher existing customer prices for 18 months, or even two years. Switching is almost always better
  • Improved reliability: All providers except Virgin Media and local altnets us the Openreach network. Switching from one to another on that same network without changing your speed is unlikely to be more reliable if service interruptions are common. However, switching to a different network or switching to Full Fibre will mean different lines and likely a more reliable service for those regularly experiencing issues
  • Better customer service: Plusnet, Hyperoptic and BT have the best customer service reputations in the business. If you're frequently tearing your hair out with your existing provider, choosing a provider that's going to take better care of you is a legitimate reason to switch
  • More features, bundle options: If you're with a provider that can't bundle TV, phone and mobile into your package you could be missing out both on savings, and on brilliant, cost-effective TV options like Sky Stream. Most people are amazed by how much they can save when they bundle their broadband, TV, landline and mobile SIM with a single provider. Sky, Virgin Media, and BT are good places to start
  • You need flexibility: Maybe your contract is up and you're moving house this year? There are many reasons why you might not want to sign up for an 18-month or two-year contract. Switching to a provider that offers rolling one-month contracts can be a good reason to switch. NOW Broadband is the best place to start there
  • Future proofing: ADSL (landline) broadband is all but extinct, and traditional 'superfast' fibre (around 35Mbps and 65Mbps packages) is going to be phased out in the next few years. If you can get it, switching to Full Fibre now is a good way to future-proof your home broadband connection

Understanding your broadband needs

Before choosing a new broadband provider and deal, it helps to understand what you need exactly. Understanding exactly what you need massively narrows down the packages and providers you have to consider. Here are the things you should know before looking for a new broadband package:

Your monthly budget

Probably the most important factor at the moment when choosing a broadband deal is your budget. If you’re currently in a contract, your provider may hike the monthly cost up once the fixed-term ends. For this reason, Ofcom made it compulsory for providers to remind you when your contract is ending, so you’ll have time to find a better deal. Most customers are very surprised to find out they can get better, faster broadband for less than they are currently paying but that is the case for most customers.

What speed do you need?

Broadly, the faster the download speed, the better your experience, but this has limits. For example, most households will notice a big difference switching from, say, 35Mbps to 100Mbps. However, it's a case of diminishing returns, where all but the most download-addicted gamer households would notice the jump from 300Mbps to 900Mbps. All the daily stuff you do with your broadband is small beer to those sorts of speeds – like lobbing a golf ball down a motorway tunnel. There's just a lot of room to spare.

Choosing a speed that’s fast enough, but isn’t faster than you need, is the best way of making sure you don’t pay over the odds, and a cheap deal is a false economy if it doesn’t provide the speed your household needs. Broadly speaking, we recommend at least 61Mbps for your average household, and homes full of gamers and streamers should opt for more. Here's an easy-to-follow overview, and if you want to really get into understanding your speed needs, we also have a full guide.

Broadband users Type of broadband Speeds
1-2 people ADSL 10-11Mbps
3-4 people Fibre 30–60Mbps
5+ people Fibre 60-1000Mbps
Gamers or streamers Fibre 60-1000Mbps

See our What broadband speed do I need? guide for full details.

Contract length – how long do you want to be tied in?

Although a few providers offer monthly rolling ‘cancel anytime’ contracts, most deals are offered as 12, 18, or 24 month contracts, with 24 months, sadly, becoming increasingly common. Broadly speaking, if you’re happy to sign up for a longer period, you’ll often enjoy a lower monthly price, and it's even more true that opting for a one-month, rolling contract deal is going to cost you a lot more per month than a contract deal because a provider like NOW Broadband has to offset the cost to them for providing you a router and getting you set up for what may turn out to be just one month's service.

Do up-front costs matter to you?

Keep in mind some providers add other costs, and these can offset any savings you make with a lower monthly price. These typically cover things like delivery of a router, installation charges, or activation fees. If you don’t want to pay any extra costs (upfront or otherwise), you should set the filter in the comparison table to not show deals that have them.

If you see up-front costs for packages from a particular provider, please note that these are rarely, if ever, perennial, and chances are if you pop back in a week or two they won't be charging it anymore. Some providers – especially BT and Sky – flit frequently between charging a set-up fee and not.

Do you want to bundle?

Many broadband packages include additional services like landline phone call plans, TV subscriptions, and even mobile phone contracts. A broadband and phone deal, or a broadband and TV bundle deal, will save you money – sometimes a lot of money – along with offering the convenience of dealing with one provider from all your services. The recent trend of adding Netflix for free with broadband and TV bundles only increases the money you can save.

Do you want cashback, reward card or free gifts?

To sweeten deals, many providers offer rewards and incentives like cashback, bill credits, shopping vouchers or other free gifts. While they can make a package seem more enticing, they shouldn’t always form the basis of your decision when choosing which option you want. They’re usually limited-time offers – so you may feel pressured to buy before you’re ready. On the other hand, they can be represent great value and be well worth grabbing while you can! Just be sure and calculate what that reward is worth versus similar packages from other providers that, despite not reward, may work out cheaper in the long run.

Cable.co.uk make it easy for you to compare broadband deals. Use the drop down to sort by price, speed or most popular and then filter based on what really matters to you. It’s that simple.

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How to use our broadband comparison

The tools on this page allow you to select and filter by all of the criteria we've talked about thus far. If you're finding it confusing though, no problem. Here are some pointers:

  • Step 1: Enter your postcode at the top of the page. Our checker will find exactly what's available where you live
  • Step 2: The list presented will initially be sorted by 'Recommended' – that is, we've prioritised deals and providers which rate highest as a combination of what their customers say, how our in-house experts rate the providers (broadband reviews), and which deals are currently the most popular. The closer a deal is to the top of the page when it's sorted this way, the stronger our recommendation
  • Step 3: You can and should re-sort the list using the dropdown menu above the top-listed package. If you have a budget or a speed in mind, this can be a useful way to see how all providers compare on a sliding scale
  • Step 4: The filters (on the left of the list on a computer, or via the 'Filter' button on mobile) can be used to narrow down your search – to one or more providers, to a particular budget, to deals that comes with rewards or cashback (our favourite) and more. Feel free to play around with them. There's a reset button to start again if you get lost along the way
  • Step 5: The 'Save Deal' button allows you to make a shortlist as you go and look at them side-by-side. And once you've narrowed things down to one or two deals, you can hit the 'more info' button to see more stats about the package or packages

Of course, not everyone comes into their search knowing what speed they need. Don't worry! We have a tool that'll help you find out. Just hit 'Get started' below:

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What happens when you switch?

Once you've chosen a new broadband deal you'll receive some instructions from your new provider. These will include:

  • Whether you need to inform your existing provider – If you are switching to or from Virgin Media you will need to inform your existing provider you are leaving. This is because all providers are on the Openreach network except for Virgin Media (and some smaller altnet providers you're unlikely to be able to get), and switching networks works differently
  • Your switch date – Your old broadband service will cease on the same day your new one gets up and running. There will not generally be a period where you don't have broadband except during the moments when the routers are being swapped over or you're visited by an engineer
  • The speed you'll be getting – Depending where you live and the type of broadband you're getting your speed may vary considerably from the average quoted in the advertising. Sometimes you'll be faster, sometimes slower. If you're getting Virgin Media or Full Fibre broadband you'll usually get exactly the speed quoted or better, however
  • Instructions to send back your existing equipment – Most broadband providers will want their router and any other gear they have loaned you (TV boxes also need to be sent back in most cases). Happily providers do make this quite easy. They will either post you the packaging you need to send it and then it's just a case of dropping it off at a local pick-up point

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What is the best broadband deal right now?

The best broadband deal in the UK at the moment is Virgin Media M125 fibre broadband for £29 per month with zero setup costs and a £95 bill credit. For more deals, see our comparison.

Who is the best broadband provider?

We think Virgin Media is the best broadband provider. Virgin has the fastest widely available broadband in the UK and is competively priced. For more details, see our best broadband provider guide.

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