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Finding cheap broadband is all about research – luckily, we’ve done it all for you. Use our comparison tool to find every cheap broadband deal where you live (including line rental), and save up to £252 per year. Result. Not sure where to start? Read our tips on choosing cheap home broadband.

Cheap broadband deals
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Speed
Monthly
Usage
Set-up
Cost
OfferMonthly
Cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Fast Broadband
11Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
Zero
set-up
cost
£17.95p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £215.40
Post OfficePost Office Broadband + Weekend Calls
11Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(fair use policy
& traffic managed)
Zero
set-up
cost
£15.90p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £190.80
Post Office Broadband + Weekend Calls
Post Office
  • 11Mb average download speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Free weekend calls
  • 12 month contract
  • Fixed price for the contract length
  • Usually £29 - Save £157
11Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(fair use policy
& traffic managed)
Zero
set-up
cost
SkySky Unlimited Broadband
11Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
£9.95
set-up
cost
£18p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £225.95
Sky Unlimited Broadband
Sky
  • 11Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £9.95
    set-up
    cost
    NOW BroadbandNOW Broadband Unlimited + Free Anytime Calls
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £9.99
    set-up
    cost
    £18p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £225.99
    NOW Broadband Unlimited + Free Anytime Calls
    NOW Broadband
    • 11Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Anytime calls (add at checkout)
    • 12 month contract
    • Cheap deal + no credit check
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £9.99
    set-up
    cost
    NOW BroadbandNOW Broadband Unlimited + Free Anytime Calls - 1 month
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £59.99
    set-up
    cost
    £18p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £275.99
    NOW Broadband Unlimited + Free Anytime Calls - 1 month
    NOW Broadband
    • 11Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Anytime calls (add at checkout)
    • No contract, cancel anytime
    • 1 month contract
    • Cheap deal + no credit check
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £59.99
    set-up
    cost
    Post OfficePost Office Broadband + Eve & Weekend Calls
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (fair use policy
    & traffic managed)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    £19.90p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £238.80
    Post Office Broadband + Eve & Weekend Calls
    Post Office
    • 11Mb average download speed
    • Unlimited monthly usage
    • Eve & wknd calls (add at checkout)
    • 12 month contract
    • Fixed price for the contract length
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (fair use policy
    & traffic managed)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    PlusnetPlusnet Unlimited Broadband
    10Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £5
    set-up
    cost
    £19.99p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £244.88
    Plusnet Unlimited Broadband
    Plusnet
    • 10Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Pay as you go calls
    • 18 month contract
    • Claim £50 cashback
    • Fixed price broadband guarantee
    10Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £5
    set-up
    cost
    John LewisJohn Lewis Unlimited Broadband + Eve & Wknd Calls
    10Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (traffic managed)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    £20p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £240
    John Lewis Unlimited Broadband + Eve & Wknd Calls
    John Lewis
    • 10Mb average download speed
    • Unlimited monthly usage
    • Free evening & weekend calls
    • 12 month contract
    • Free £35 John Lewis e-Gift Card
    10Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (traffic managed)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    VodafoneVodafone Superfast 1 Fibre
    35Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    £21p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £252
    Vodafone Superfast 1 Fibre
    Vodafone
    • 35Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Pay as you go calls
    • 18 month contract
    • No upfront costs
    35Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    EEEE Unlimited Broadband
    10Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £10
    set-up
    cost
    £21p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £262
    EE Unlimited Broadband
    EE
    • 10Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Pay as you go calls
    • 18 month contract
    • Includes EE Mobile 5GB Data Boost
    10Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £10
    set-up
    cost
    SSESSE Unlimited Broadband
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (fair use policy
    & traffic managed)
    £30
    set-up
    cost
    £21p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £282
    SSE Unlimited Broadband
    SSE
    • 11Mb average download speed
    • Unlimited monthly usage
    • Pay as you go calls
    • 1 month contract
    • Free set-up for SSE customers
    • 3 year fixed price for SSE customers
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (fair use policy
    & traffic managed)
    £30
    set-up
    cost
    SkySky Broadband Unlimited + Eve & Weekend Calls
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £9.95
    set-up
    cost
    £22p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £273.95
    Sky Broadband Unlimited + Eve & Weekend Calls
    Sky
    • 11Mb average download speed
    • Set-up cost required upfront
    • Evening & weekend calls (add at checkout)
    • 18 month contract
      11Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      £9.95
      set-up
      cost
      TalkTalkTalkTalk Faster Fibre
      36Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      Zero
      set-up
      cost
      £22.50p/m
      includes line rental1st year cost: £270
      TalkTalk Faster Fibre
      TalkTalk
      • 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
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      Zero
      set-up
      cost
      PlusnetPlusnet Unlimited Fibre
      36Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      Zero
      set-up
      cost
      £23.99p/m
      includes line rental1st year cost: £287.88
      Plusnet Unlimited Fibre
      Plusnet
      • 36Mb average download speed
      • Truly unlimited monthly usage
      • Pay as you go calls
      • 18 month contract
      • Fixed price broadband guarantee
      36Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      Zero
      set-up
      cost
      PlusnetPlusnet Unlimited Broadband + Evening & Weekend Calls
      10Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      £5
      set-up
      cost
      £23.99p/m
      includes line rental1st year cost: £292.88
      Plusnet Unlimited Broadband + Evening & Weekend Calls
      Plusnet
      • 10Mb average download speed
      • Truly unlimited monthly usage
      • Evening & weekend calls
      • 18 month contract
      • Claim £50 cashback
      • Fixed price broadband guarantee
      10Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      £5
      set-up
      cost
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      What you need to know

      • Prices last checked and verified 15th October 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

      Why you should consider a cheap broadband deal

      By Dan Howdle | Saturday, October 6th 2018

      Most people in the UK are paying far too much for their broadband, and you could be among them. Remember, there's more to choosing the cheapest broadband deal than just opting for the lowest price.

      Our handy guide breaks down everything you need to know about finding a cheap broadband deal.

      Five reasons to choose a cheap internet package

      1. Switching has never been easier – you don’t even need to call your existing provider.
      2. You’ll likely be equally happy with an internet provider who charges you less.
      3. It's an easy way to lower your monthly bills.
      4. You may not require everything you’re currently paying for. Do you really need unlimited, superfast fibre?
      5. Cheaper doesn’t mean low quality – broadband is broadband.

      How can I make my broadband deal as cheap as possible?

      Quick tips for blagging a great deal on your internet.

      1. Always look at the first-year cost

      Knowing what you’re paying across the first year, including stealth connection charges, makes it easy to see who’s really cheap, and who’s a headline-price pretender.

      Cable’s own customer research shows that about half of UK broadband customers have never switched provider. This means that people often become customers for life once they’re through the door, so internet providers will use whatever tricks they can to get them there.

      Our broadband comparison pages (including this one) allow you to sort the entire list by first-year cost, cheapest first. In our comparison table above, pay close attention to the first-year cost. Closer attention, in fact, than the ‘headline’ monthly price. Broadband providers love offering deals that seem so cheap they’re almost too good to be true.

      2. Think about contract length and leaving fees

      Consider the actual amount you’re paying each month, as well as how long you’re tied into your contract for. You can’t switch provider on a whim while still within the period of your contract, so remember that:

      • Some broadband providers will charge you a fee for leaving
      • Some will charge you the entire remainder of the lifetime cost of your contract
      • Some will even layer an early exit penalty on top of all that

      In short, it pays to make sure you’re happy with your chosen deal for the duration. Even moving house won’t let you escape for free (unless you can’t get the service where you're moving to).

      3. Establish your needs and budget

      Working out the best broadband offer for you is all about outlining your household’s needs. The more people and devices in your household, the faster home broadband you’ll need, especially if those people stream or download movies, TV and/or games.

      Needs come in under your budget? Drinks are on you!

      4. Look for rewards and freebies

      Cheap broadband deals, especially those from the ‘prime’ UK providers (BT, Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk) often come with enticing rewards to tempt you in. Some of these are substantial, such as £100 cashback or shopping vouchers.

      You can filter by offers by clicking ‘offers’ at the top of the page.

      5. Don't dawdle

      What’s that they say about good things coming to those who wait? We’re afraid it simply doesn’t apply to getting a cheap broadband deal. Take it from us – we manually change the deals we display as they commence and expire. Great deals are happening every day.

      Act fast if you see a deal you like, because it might not be there tomorrow.

      6. Bundle up if you want a broadband deal with TV

      If there’s even a slight chance you might want a TV deal to go with your budget broadband (you can add TV with Sky, Virgin, BT and TalkTalk), you should consider bundling the two together. You’ll pay less for both services and keep all your bills in one place. You can sometimes also add a mobile SIM to cut the cost even further.

      7. Choose the most basic call plan if you mainly use your mobile

      Landlines are a bit neglected these days, but they’re compulsory in most broadband deals, bar one or two pricey broadband-only options from Virgin Media. If you mainly use your mobile, save money by choosing the most basic landline package available.

      Most providers offer what’s called a ‘line rental saver’ plan. These plans allow you to pay for a year’s worth of line rental up front, but offer substantial savings in return.

      8. Remember that standard broadband isn’t always cheaper than fibre

      Both standard broadband (sometimes referred to as ADSL, or ‘copper’) and fibre broadband (often called ‘superfast’ or fibre optic) can be found at the core of cheap broadband packages.

      Until recently, there was a marked difference between the cost of these two broadband types. If you averaged the cost out across all packages on the UK market today though, you’d likely see only a slight difference. In fact, it’s now not unusual at all to find fibre deals out-cheaping some standard broadband deals.

      To stay on the ball, figuring out your needs before you get start looking for the cheapest deal is absolutely key.

      Understanding the introductory period of your broadband contract

      Bear the following in mind to keep one step ahead of your internet provider.

      Cheap broadband might not be so cheap after 12 months

      It’s almost the standard these days for broadband deals to be advertised as cheaper than they actually are. The providers get around what are often strict laws in other industries by advertising these prices, then adding in teeny-tiny small print ‘for the first 12 months’ (or wording to that effect).

      This means that what looks affordable now may not be so affordable in 12 months’ time when you’re paying full whack. Prices post-honeymoon period often don’t go up just a little bit – sometimes they almost double.

      Check how soon after the introductory period you can switch

      Pay attention now, 007, because we’re going to do a little broadband deal maths. We assure you, it’s simple and well worth your time:

      • Take a look at when the introductory (low price) period ends
      • Deduct that from the total length of your contract
      • The result is how long you’re going to be paying full price for

      If it’s a short period (low price for 12 months, full price for six) you only have six months paying top dollar, after which point you’re free again to switch and take advantage of another new customer deal from another provider.

      Remember, you’re only likely to be offered introductory pricing from the same provider once

      Seem obvious, but another thing to bear in mind is that if you do become a frequent switcher and at some point return to a provider you’ve already been with, you’re no longer a new customer in their eyes (unless you have been away for at least a year or two).

      How much money could I save by switching to a cheaper broadband deal?

      You could save up to £252 per year. This is because so many of us have kept the same broadband contract for years. Broadband has become cheaper, and by not switching we’re failing to reap the benefit.

      Most people in the UK are paying more than they have to

      Back in May 2015, Cable conducted a survey among 2,000 UK broadband customers to find out how many of us had switched broadband provider. The findings revealed that over half of us had never switched provider.

      This means that millions of customers are paying far more than they need to for their broadband, and missing out on exclusive offers, rewards and freebies.

      What is a limited broadband deal?

      On some cheap broadband deals, you may notice a number, followed by ‘GB’ in the spot where ‘unlimited’ is written for certain others. This denotes a ‘limited’ broadband deal, and what that limit is.

      A limit is a cap on the amount of data you can use in a month. You need to decide for yourself whether your household’s usage will come in under the bar by the end of the month. As a rough guide, a 20GB limit will provide all the surfing, social media and emailing you could possibly achieve in a month, while a 40GB limit will also allow you to stream the odd movie or TV show.

      Those who stream or download a lot across the month should steer clear of limited deals altogether.

      Are limited broadband deals cheaper?

      Limited broadband deals are cheaper on average than unlimited ones. However, this isn’t always the case at an individual package level.

      Sometimes providers offer cheap unlimited broadband deals to new customers that blow pretty much everything else out the water, so keep your eyes peeled for the best deals available right now.

      What happens if I go over the limit?

      Like banks, internet providers, tend to charge an arm and a leg for exceeding your limits – some even charge you per extra gigabyte used. Yikes!

      Be aware, though, that providers will always notify you if you’re approaching your limit. BT, for example, will send you an email when you’ve used up 15GB of a 20GB limit. You can then plan how to use the remainder of your usage until the limit resets at the end of the month.

      Do budget broadband deals offer rewards like cashback, vouchers and other freebies?

      Usually not. Budget providers tend to be smaller, and therefore struggle to build relationships with supermarkets and other outlets who could provide them with vouchers at a discount.

      Budget broadband providers also have very low profit margins – that’s why the cheapest broadband deals tend to offer just the bare bones.

      For rewards, choose a deal from a 'prime' provider

      You can still get a really cheap broadband deal with cashback rewards, shopping vouchers or even free hardware, but you should stick to Virgin Media, Sky, BT or TalkTalk.

      Use our comparison tools to instantly see available offers

      Once you’ve entered your postcode and been presented with a list of cheap broadband deals where you live, just click the word ‘offers’ at the head of the page. This will re-sort the list to favour deals that have vouchers, cashback and other types of reward.

      Can I still get cheap broadband if you have a poor credit rating?

      Yes – providers will offer you a deal no matter how poor your credit rating is. Policies vary and change over time, but there’s no reason to assume you won’t get a cheap deal from your chosen provider.

      Of course, there is still some chance you might be turned down, but don’t worry. UK broadband providers only ever conduct what’s called a ‘soft search’ of your credit profile. That means that no matter how many providers you apply to, your credit rating will not be affected.

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