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TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV + Entertainment Boost11Mb average141Free12 months£29 per month
TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV Plus + Entertainment Boost11Mb average141£5012 months£29 per month
EE Unlimited Broadband + EE TV10Mb average116£1018 months£32.50 per month
Virgin Media Player TV Bundle54Mb average112£2512 months£33 per month
Sky Entertainment + Unlimited Broadband11Mb average270£39.9518 months£33 per month
TalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV + Entertainment Boost36Mb average141Free18 months£34.50 per month
TalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV Plus + Entertainment Boost36Mb average141£5018 months£34.50 per month
EE Unlimited Fibre Broadband + EE TV36Mb average116£1518 months£35 per month
TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV + Sky Cinema Boost11Mb average127Free12 months£37 per month
EE Unlimited Broadband + EE TV + Anytime Calls10Mb average116£1018 months£37.50 per month
Sky Entertainment + HD + Unlimited Broadband11Mb average314£39.9518 months£38 per month
Sky Entertainment + Kids + Unlimited Broadband11Mb average287£39.9518 months£38 per month
EE Unlimited Fibre Plus Broadband + EE TV67Mb average116Free18 months£39 per month
BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport50Mb average122£49.9918 months£39.99 per month
EE Unlimited Fibre Broadband + EE TV + Anytime Calls36Mb average116£1518 months£40 per month
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TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV + Entertainment Boost

    TalkTalk
    order by phone
    0800 211 8144
    11Mb
    Average
    Speed
    141
    TV
    Channels
    Zero
    Set-up
    cost
    12
    Month
    Contract

    TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV Plus + Entertainment Boost

      TalkTalk
      order by phone
      0800 211 8144
      11Mb
      Average
      Speed
      141
      TV
      Channels
      £50.00
      Set-up
      cost
      12
      Month
      Contract

      EE Unlimited Broadband + EE TV

        EE
        order by phone
        0800 211 8078
          Offer
        • EE Mobile 10GB Data Boost
        10Mb
        Average
        Speed
        116
        TV
        Channels
        £10.00
        Set-up
        cost
        18
        Month
        Contract
        10GB Data Boost

        Virgin Media Player TV Bundle

          Virgin Media
          order by phone
          0800 211 8165
          54Mb
          Average
          Speed
          112
          TV
          Channels
          £25.00
          Set-up
          cost
          12
          Month
          Contract

          Sky Entertainment + Unlimited Broadband

            Sky
            order by phone
            0800 840 5394
              Offer
            • Free Spotify for 3 months
            11Mb
            Average
            Speed
            270
            TV
            Channels
            £39.95
            Set-up
            cost
            18
            Month
            Contract

            TalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV + Entertainment Boost

              TalkTalk
              order by phone
              0800 211 8144
              36Mb
              Average
              Speed
              141
              TV
              Channels
              Zero
              Set-up
              cost
              18
              Month
              Contract

              TalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV Plus + Entertainment Boost

                TalkTalk
                order by phone
                0800 211 8144
                36Mb
                Average
                Speed
                141
                TV
                Channels
                £50.00
                Set-up
                cost
                18
                Month
                Contract

                EE Unlimited Fibre Broadband + EE TV

                  EE
                  order by phone
                  0800 211 8078
                    Offer
                  • EE Mobile 10GB Data Boost
                  36Mb
                  Average
                  Speed
                  116
                  TV
                  Channels
                  £15.00
                  Set-up
                  cost
                  18
                  Month
                  Contract
                  10GB Data Boost

                  TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV + Sky Cinema Boost

                    TalkTalk
                    order by phone
                    0800 211 8144
                    11Mb
                    Average
                    Speed
                    127
                    TV
                    Channels
                    Zero
                    Set-up
                    cost
                    12
                    Month
                    Contract

                    EE Unlimited Broadband + EE TV + Anytime Calls

                      EE
                      order by phone
                      0800 211 8078
                        Offer
                      • EE Mobile 10GB Data Boost
                      10Mb
                      Average
                      Speed
                      116
                      TV
                      Channels
                      £10.00
                      Set-up
                      cost
                      18
                      Month
                      Contract
                      10GB Data Boost

                      Sky Entertainment + HD + Unlimited Broadband

                        Sky
                        order by phone
                        0800 840 5394
                          Offer
                        • Free Spotify for 3 months
                        11Mb
                        Average
                        Speed
                        314
                        TV
                        Channels
                        £39.95
                        Set-up
                        cost
                        18
                        Month
                        Contract

                        Sky Entertainment + Kids + Unlimited Broadband

                          Sky
                          order by phone
                          0800 840 5394
                            Offer
                          • Free Spotify for 3 months
                          11Mb
                          Average
                          Speed
                          287
                          TV
                          Channels
                          £39.95
                          Set-up
                          cost
                          18
                          Month
                          Contract

                          EE Unlimited Fibre Plus Broadband + EE TV

                            EE
                            order by phone
                            0800 211 8078
                              Offer
                            • EE Mobile 10GB Data Boost
                            67Mb
                            Average
                            Speed
                            116
                            TV
                            Channels
                            Zero
                            Set-up
                            cost
                            18
                            Month
                            Contract
                            10GB Data Boost

                            BT Superfast Fibre + Calls + TV Starter + BT Sport

                              BT
                                Offer
                              • £100 Reward Card
                              • Ends soon
                              50Mb
                              Average
                              Speed
                              122
                              TV
                              Channels
                              £49.99
                              Set-up
                              cost
                              18
                              Month
                              Contract
                              £100
                              Reward Card

                              EE Unlimited Fibre Broadband + EE TV + Anytime Calls

                                EE
                                order by phone
                                0800 211 8078
                                  Offer
                                • EE Mobile 10GB Data Boost
                                36Mb
                                Average
                                Speed
                                116
                                TV
                                Channels
                                £15.00
                                Set-up
                                cost
                                18
                                Month
                                Contract
                                10GB Data Boost
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                                Broadband and TV explained

                                By Dan Howdle | Friday, February 1st 2019

                                In this guide

                                Getting broadband and TV together? Smart. Bundled broadband and TV packages – typically also including a home phone line – are considerably cheaper than buying your services separately. Plus, fewer bills means fewer hassles.

                                Having said that, choosing either broadband or TV on its own can be difficult enough. Provider, number of channels, set-top box, broadband speed, contract length and more. Having a bundle is twice as easy once you have it, but choosing one can be twice as hard.

                                Luckily we're here to take you through the key things you should know before making that choice. Let's start with the basics.

                                What is a broadband and TV bundle?

                                A broadband, TV and phone bundle is a single package containing a broadband deal, a subscription TV service (Sky TV, for example), and usually a phone line. There are also one or two packages out there where a phone line isn't mandatory. If you really don't want a phone line, Virgin Media is the place to look.

                                Which providers offer broadband and TV?

                                It's a narrower field than you might expect. Where the list of UK broadband providers goes on and on, those who offer TV form a far shorter list. Six providers, in fact, with only three or (arguably) four of them offering much beyond Freeview. Should make choosing easier, though, right? Right.

                                • Virgin Media – Provides the fastest, most reliable broadband in the land. Its fastest packages are 5-6 times faster than its closest competitor. It delivers both its TV and broadband through a single discreet cable, so it's a good choice if you don't want, or can't have, a satellite dish on the side of your home. Its TV service offers almost everything Sky's does (Sky Atlantic being the notable exception). The Virgin V6 set-top TV box is also arguably the best in the business
                                • Sky – Offers the same broadband speeds that are typical across all other UK providers (except Virgin Media, see above). Sky TV, though? Well that's second to none. More channels, certainly, and also the only place where you can watch the jewel in Sky's crown: Sky Atlantic. The only downside is you still need a satellite dish on the side of your home to get it
                                • BT – With broadband on a par with most other UK providers, BT won't offer you anywhere near the sheer number of channels available on Sky or Virgin. But, if you don't absolutely have to have all the channels in the world it can be a good choice nonetheless. BT TV offers different boxes with different capabilities depending on how much you want to pay. Its top-end package – TV Max – provides a 4K-capable box with a dedicated 4K sports channel. On top of the (mostly) Freeview fare, BT TV also offers some notable premium channels such as AMC
                                • TalkTalk – Again, broadband is comparable to most other UK providers. You won't be able to get TalkTalk TV on its own – it's only provided to TalkTalk broadband customers. It's a pretty no-frills affair, consisting of mostly Freeview channels, but you can add on a variety of 'TV Boosts', including Sky Sports, Sky Cinema BT Sport and kids' channel bundles
                                • EE – Again similar broadband to other UK providers in terms of speeds offered, and you won't get EE TV unless you subscribe to its broadband service. It's pretty bare-bones, offering just 70 Freeview channels, and you won't be able to add on Sky Sports, Sky Cinema or BT Sport. It does come with a pretty terrific set-top box, though, onto which you can record up to 600 hours of standard definition content
                                • Plusnet – Plusnet commonly wins awards for its customer service, but its broadband is much like anyone else's. You won't get Plusnet TV unless you're a Plusnet broadband customer. It's a pretty basic affair offering mostly Freeview channels. If you opt for the Youview+ box, rather than the basic YouView box, you'll be able to record and play back programmes, and you can install Netflix and other apps onto it to expand your choice of what to watch

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                                Why get broadband and TV together as a bundle?

                                If you're here, you've probably already decided to get your broadband and TV services together as a bundle. Regardless, let's take a quick look at the upsides and downsides.

                                Pros

                                • It's cheaper – You will never find an instance where the services are cheaper sold separately. Buying both together makes good financial sense. You will save money
                                • Fewer bills to worry about – You will of course get one bill for your broadband, TV and phone together. Separate services and that could be up to three different bills to worry about. Simplicity makes life better
                                • Fewer pitfalls – Buying together means it's unlikely you're going to buy a TV package with broadband that's too slow to work with catch-up or on-demand programming. Buying as a bundle means everything just works

                                Cons

                                • Harder to switch – With broadband and TV from the same provider, switching one of those services could be trickier, while switching both is more complicated than just a switching one
                                • You can't have the best of both worldsVirgin Media has the best broadband, Sky has the best TV. If you have to have the best of everything, you can't bundle. However, you should consider that bundles from either of these providers are brilliant and you'll likely not miss whatever is lacking

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                                What to look for in a broadband and TV deal

                                When scanning through the comparison tables on this page, here's what you should look out for when choosing a broadband and TV bundle.

                                • Broadband speedWhat speed do you need? You should allow 10Mbps per household member who uses the internet. Double that for each household member who is a gamer and/or streams TV and movies in 4K resolution
                                • Number of channels – Quantity is not quality, so bear that in mind. Having said that, high channel counts generally denote a large quantity of premium channels, where lower channel counts indicate that what you will get is mostly Freeview
                                • Contract length – How long are you prepared to be tied in for? Most broadband and TV bundles require at least 12 months, so be sure you're happy with staying with that provider for that length of time at least. Leaving early will cost you early exit fees. If you're unfamiliar with a typical contract, check out our guide
                                • Price (first year cost) – How much do you want to spend? Getting value for money is much easier if you have a budget in mind. Use the tools on this page to search within your budget

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                                What are the different types I can get?

                                Perhaps annoyingly, both TV and broadband packages come in different types, depending on the technology they're using to deliver your services. We'll keep it as simple as we can.

                                Different types of TV package

                                TV packages are delivered into your home in a variety of different ways. They are...

                                • Satellite TV – This is where you will need a satellite dish on the side of your house, and is only supplied by Sky. The technology is actually on its way out, with Sky soon offering all of its TV services via the internet
                                • Cable TV – Where your TV signal arrives via a TV cable in the ground. Only Virgin Media offers cable TV, with the advantage that you won't need an arguably quite ugly satellite dish on your home
                                • Internet TV – Services like Virgin TV, Sky TV and BT TV deliver their content via various technologies, but use their internet connection to deliver the on-demand stuff such as movies and catch-up TV. In the near future, Sky intends to offer its entire service via internet TV, with no need for a satellite dish. We're still waiting for that, though
                                • Streaming TV – Describes services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, iTunes and a host of other web-based services that deliver content to your smart TV, streaming box/stick, games console or mobile device on demand

                                Different types of broadband package

                                Not all broadband was created equal. Here's a quick guide to the different types of broadband available in the UK right now.

                                • Standard broadband (also called ADSL) – This typically averages around 10-11Mbps and is suitable for small households who don't use the internet very much. It's fine for streaming movies and TV, even in high definition, but while it's doing that you won't be able to do much else online
                                • Fibre broadband – Comes in speeds typically ranging from 33-66Mbps. It'll cover the needs of almost all households. Fibre broadband is offered by all providers bar Virgin Media (we'll talk about that next)
                                • Cable broadband – Technically, this is still fibre broadband, but because it uses the existing cable TV network it can provide speeds much, much faster than you can get through your phone line. Virgin Media own all of the UK's cable TV infrastructure and as a result is the only provider to offer it. Cable broadband offers speeds from 54Mbps up to a frankly insane 362Mbps
                                • FTTH broadband – It's unlikely you'll be able to get this as it's available to less than 2% of UK properties. It uses fibre, but unlike mainstream packages which use fibre only as far as the green cabinet, FTTH runs fibre cable all the way to your home. With no copper cabling anywhere on its journey it can go much, much faster than regular fibre broadband. Up to 1Gbps (1,000Mbps), in fact. FTTH is hard to get hold of and only offered to consumers by smaller providers such as Hyperoptic

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                                Frequently asked questions

                                Is it easy to switch broadband and TV provider?

                                Yes, the switching process is easy. Check your current contract has finished, choose a new deal, sign up, wait for installation. Switching both broadband and TV is arguably 'stickier' than switching just your broadband, though. What we mean by that is TV packages come with set-top boxes onto which you may have many hours of programming recorded. You will probably have to give that back, recorded programmes and all.

                                If you have a dish on your house or a cable coming in through your wall, you're going to need to decide what to do with that. The engineers will take care of it, but the installed equipment does, as we say, mean you're going to need to make more decisions and potentially be at home for more time as the work is carried out.

                                Which TV packages have Sky Sports?

                                You can bolt Sky Sports onto TV packages from Sky (naturally), Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk. Technically you can also watch it on EE TV, but not in the same way. The EE TV box will allow you to download the NOW TV app onto it, through which you can subscribe to Sky Sports. This is an unnecessarily expensive way to do it compared to simply adding it onto your package with one of the aforementioned providers.

                                You could also just subscribe to NOW TV if you like. You can either get a NOW TV box, or download the NOW TV app to any of a large collection of devices including games consoles and streaming boxes/sticks. This is quite an expensive way to do it, however.

                                Which TV packages have Sky Cinema?

                                You can add Sky Cinema to your Sky TV package, of course. But it's also available as a bolt onto packages from Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk. As with Sky Sports, above, you can also add it to EE TV via the NOW TV app, or simply get NOW TV on its own.

                                Which TV packages have Sky Atlantic?

                                Sky packages. That's it. No other TV provider provides access to Sky Atlantic. You can watch it on Sky's streaming service, NOW TV, which won't require a full Sky subscription, but instead offers Sky content, including Sky Atlantic, on a one-month rolling contract basis – similar to Netflix. Something worth noting, though, for those who care about such things, the quality of NOW TV, at 720p is not full high-definition as you'd get from subscribing to Sky proper. This isn't really a problem if your TV is under 50 inches, but those with very large displays should take this into consideration. On the big-big screen the picture looks, frankly, sub-par.

                                Which TV packages have BT Sport?

                                You can add on BT Sport to any TV package from BT, Sky, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Plusnet for varying amounts of money. If you're interested in BT Sport's ultra-high-definition (UHD) channel BT Sport 4K you can only watch it (in 4K) on either BT's 'Max' TV package, or on Virgin TV.

                                Can I get fibre broadband where I live?

                                Almost anyone can get fibre broadband these days – it's available to more than 95% of UK homes. If you want to check what's available where you live you can use our broadband postcode checker.

                                Are there upfront costs for broadband and TV bundles?

                                Depends on the provider and on when you are looking for a deal, as some will have promotional periods where there are no upfront costs, but charge them the rest of the time. You can filter out providers who are charging up-front costs using the tools on this comparison page. Worth noting, mind you, that some of the best broadband and TV packages do have up-front costs in some form, so you will be filtering those out.

                                Can I buy TV and broadband separately?

                                Yes, but it's not wise. You'll always pay more for equivalent services sold separately than you will in a bundle. Virgin Media and Sky will both sell you broadband or TV on their own. BT, TalkTalk, Plusnet and EE won't sell you a TV package unless you subscribe to their broadband, but will sell you broadband on its own.

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