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Speed
Total
Channels
Set-up
Cost
OfferMonthly
Cost
Virgin MediaVirgin Media Full House TV Bundle
108Mb
average
speed
287
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
£57p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £684
TalkTalkTalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV Box + TV Select
11Mb
average
speed
116
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
£23p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £276
TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV Box + TV Select
TalkTalk
  • Freeview + 13 extra channels (inc Sky One)
  • 11Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 12 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
11Mb
average
speed
116
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV Plus Box + TV Select
11Mb
average
speed
116
channels
£25
set-up
cost
£24p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £313
TalkTalk Fast Broadband + TV Plus Box + TV Select
TalkTalk
  • Freeview + 13 extra channels (inc Sky One)
  • 11Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 12 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
11Mb
average
speed
116
channels
£25
set-up
cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV Box + TV Select
36Mb
average
speed
116
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
£28.50p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £342
TalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV Box + TV Select
TalkTalk
  • Freeview + 13 extra channels
  • 36Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
36Mb
average
speed
116
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV Plus Box + TV Select
36Mb
average
speed
116
channels
£25
set-up
cost
£29.50p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £379
TalkTalk Faster Fibre + TV Plus Box + TV Select
TalkTalk
  • Freeview + 13 extra channels (inc Sky One)
  • 36Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
36Mb
average
speed
116
channels
£25
set-up
cost
BTBT Broadband + Weekend Calls + TV Starter & Sport
10Mb
average
speed
114
channels
£69.99
set-up
cost
£30.99p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £441.87
BT Broadband + Weekend Calls + TV Starter & Sport
BT
  • Freeview + BT Sport (add at checkout)
  • 10Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Free weekend calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Free £30 BT Reward Card
  • FREE BT Sport - save over £320
10Mb
average
speed
114
channels
£69.99
set-up
cost
EEEE Unlimited Broadband + TV
10Mb
average
speed
103
channels
£10
set-up
cost
£31p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £382
EE Unlimited Broadband + TV
EE
  • Freeview channels
  • 10Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Includes EE Mobile 5GB Data Boost
  • No upfront costs
10Mb
average
speed
103
channels
£10
set-up
cost
Virgin MediaVirgin Media Player TV Bundle
54Mb
average
speed
104
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
£32p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £384
Virgin Media Player TV Bundle
Virgin Media
  • Freeview channels
  • 54Mb average download speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Free weekend calls
  • 12 month contract
  • No set-up fee
54Mb
average
speed
104
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Faster Fibre Speed Boost + TV Box + TV Select
63Mb
average
speed
116
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
£32p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £384
TalkTalk Faster Fibre Speed Boost + TV Box + TV Select
TalkTalk
  • Freeview + 13 extra channels (inc Sky One)
  • 63Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
63Mb
average
speed
116
channels
Zero
set-up
cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Faster Fibre Speed Boost + TV Plus Box + TV Select
63Mb
average
speed
116
channels
£25
set-up
cost
£32p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £409
TalkTalk Faster Fibre Speed Boost + TV Plus Box + TV Select
TalkTalk
  • Freeview + 13 extra channels (inc Sky One)
  • On-demand, pause, rewind & record TV
  • 63Mb average download speed
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
63Mb
average
speed
116
channels
£25
set-up
cost
79
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What you need to know

  • Prices last checked and verified 24th September 2018
  • Broadband speeds may vary
  • Monthly costs include line rental
  • All prices are inclusive of VAT except business packages
  • You should have the right to cancel without penalty if your provider increases charges during the minimum term of your contract
  • Some providers offer line rental reduced prices when an upfront payment is made for 12 months

How to compare broadband and TV deals

You’re in the right place to compare broadband and TV packages. To make the comparing process as straightforward as possible, here is everything you need to know.

All the latest broadband with TV deals are listed on our comparison page. Deals are listed in order of price with the cheapest first. We show you the broadband speed, number of TV channels, call plan, upfront cost (for installation) and monthly fee. You can reorder the list by clicking on any of these column headings. To find out more about each deal, click on the deal name. This brings up a window with additional information. Once you’ve chosen a deal, click the blue ‘see deal’ button to visit the provider and purchase your new package.

Availability between providers differs. There’s a particular restriction on fibre broadband, which is still undergoing rollout across the UK. It’s worthwhile checking what’s available in your area by using our postcode checker at the top of the page.

It can be pretty exciting once you’ve found a deal that looks like it may be perfect for you. Don’t dive in headfirst though: not until you’ve checked the following details.

While they may sometimes look similar, different packages contain different services. A standard broadband service with an average download speed of 10Mbps is quite different to a fibre package that comes with 200Mbps. To avoid choosing the wrong deal, be sure to check what each deal contains. You can do this by clicking on the deal’s name.

Some bundled plans require installation. Others do not. You can check whether these fees apply by examining the ‘upfront cost’ column. Be careful though, as there may be additional costs once you’ve signed up. You may be charged for router delivery, service activation, or the installation of new phone lines.

Why choose a broadband and TV deal?

Taking all three of these telecommunication services from one provider is called ‘bundling’. Bundling has a few important advantages over splitting your services between different providers. Here are three.

Taking multiple services from one provider is usually cheaper than splitting them across two or three. This is especially true of broadband and phone, where internet access is often dependent on your phone line. Providers may also offer half-price and similar deals for new customers to incentivise bundling.

It’s difficult to keep track of multiple account details. All those usernames and passwords can make your head spin. Bundling solves this problem. One provider means one point of contact: one account, one username, one password, and one bill.

Bundles may only contain three services, but that doesn’t mean they’re all the same. Broadband speeds, TV channels, and even call plans vary across providers and deals, and there’s bound to be one that’s perfect for you. Don’t forget – you can check the content of each deal by clicking the deal’s name.

Pros & cons

Pros

  • Bundling can save you money
  • One account to remember
  • Wide range of choice

Cons

  • Availability is limited for fibre
  • Line rental a requirement
  • Installation can be expensive

Which deal is right for me?

There are a lot of deals to choose from. But sometimes, too much choice can be a bad thing. If you’re having trouble deciding, here’s a brief breakdown of the deals offered by the four main players.

Sky has a particular focus on TV content. The provider has more television channels than any other, and boasts some of the best options for hardcore telly fans, such as Sky Atlantic, Sky Cinema, and all the Sky Sports channels. It offers both standard broadband and fibre broadband, and has several options for call plans, including international plans.

Virgin Media boasts the fastest broadband speeds of any widely available broadband provider in the UK. The 350Mbps download speed is fast enough to stream a dozen high definition movies at the same time. Speaking of movies, Virgin’s TV collections can be upgraded with Sky Cinema and Sky Sports, just like Sky’s. However, there aren’t as many channels, and HD options are limited.

BT is one of the most well-established telecoms providers in the UK. It may not excel in any department, but its broadband speeds comfortably match those of Sky and TalkTalk, with a maximum speed averaging 67Mbps. TV content is lacking, with limited channels and a similarity to Freeview – though you can still add Sky Cinema and Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Extra.

TalkTalk may not have the punch of Virgin’s broadband or the scope of Sky’s TV service, but it does have one thing going for it: it’s cheap. If you’re looking for a triple-play package on a budget, TalkTalk may be a good choice. You can also add mobile plans for an additional cost.

What will I need?

There are a few requirements you may wish to consider before choosing a broadband and TV plan. These include:

Work out what your household needs

This should be one of the first steps you take towards choosing a TV, broadband and phone package. Sit down with the family and decide what it is you all want from a bundle. Think about channels and think about what you regularly do online. Chances are you may need a smaller package than you were anticipating. And that means a lower monthly bill.

A landline is required for broadband and phone

If you want a phone plan, you need a phone line. All broadband providers require a phone line to supply internet access, with the exception of Virgin Media. One of the drawbacks of having a phone line is the inclusive line rental cost, which is usually around the £18 mark. If you need a new phone line installed, you’ll have to pay an installation cost on top of the standard charge.

Broadband is often a pre-requisite for TV providers

Both TalkTalk and BT have TV services, and both of them require broadband to function. This is due to the way that content is delivered. You won’t be able to split services if you just want TV from these providers; you have to sign up to their broadband service as well. You may even need to choose fibre broadband if you want HD content and multi-room functionality with BT.

How do I switch?

You’ve compared prices, you’ve looked through the deals, you’ve read our guide, and now you’re ready to switch. Here’s how you do it.

It’s worth reiterating; make sure you know what’s in the deal before you buy. There’s nothing worse than going through the whole sign-up procedure just to find that the package you’ve chosen lacks some of the channels you were desperate to watch.

In most cases, all you need to do to switch providers is sign up to a new package with another supplier. They’ll handle the entire transfer process for you. However, if you’re switching to or from a Virgin Media broadband, TV and phone package, you’ll have to call and cancel your current services yourself.

If you’re still contracted to your previous provider it may be best to hold off on switching. Cancelling while you are still in contract will likely result in you having to pay termination fees, which can be expensive.

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