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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
BTBT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls
50Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
£19.99
set-up
cost
£29.99p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £379.87
BT Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls
BT
  • 50Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Free weekend calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Free £90 Reward Card
50Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
£19.99
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 Fibre Plus Broadband
67Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
Zero
set-up
cost
£31p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £372
EE Unlimited Fibre Plus Broadband
EE
  • 67Mb average download speed
  • Truly unlimited monthly usage
  • Pay as you go calls
  • 18 month contract
  • Includes EE Mobile 5GB Data Boost
  • No upfront costs
67Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
Zero
set-up
cost
TalkTalkTalkTalk Faster Fibre Speed Boost
63Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
Zero
set-up
cost
£25p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £300
TalkTalk Faster Fibre Speed Boost
TalkTalk
  • 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
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
Zero
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
Virgin MediaVirgin Media VIVID 100 Fibre Broadband + Weekend Calls
108Mb
average
speed
Unlimited
monthly usage
(truly unlimited)
£20
set-up
cost
£32p/m
includes line rental1st year cost: £404
Virgin Media VIVID 100 Fibre Broadband + Weekend Calls
Virgin Media
  • 108Mb average download speed
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Free weekend calls
  • 12 month contract
    108Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £20
    set-up
    cost
    First UtilityFirst Utility First Broadband
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    £18.99p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £227.88
    First Utility First Broadband
    First Utility
    • 11Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Pay as you go calls
    • 18 month contract
    • Quick sign-up process
    11Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    Zero
    set-up
    cost
    BTBT Superfast Fibre Essential + Calls
    36Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £29.99
    set-up
    cost
    £28.99p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £377.87
    BT Superfast Fibre Essential + Calls
    BT
    • 36Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Free weekend calls
    • 18 month contract
    • BT's lowest unlimited fibre price
    • Free £70 BT Reward Card
    36Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £29.99
    set-up
    cost
    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 Fibre Max Broadband
    63Mb
    average
    speed
    Unlimited
    monthly usage
    (truly unlimited)
    £9.95
    set-up
    cost
    £27p/m
    includes line rental1st year cost: £333.95
    Sky Fibre Max Broadband
    Sky
    • 63Mb average download speed
    • Truly unlimited monthly usage
    • Pay as you go calls
    • 18 month contract
      63Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      £9.95
      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
      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
      NOW BroadbandNOW Broadband Fab Fibre + Free Anytime Calls
      36Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      £9.99
      set-up
      cost
      £25p/m
      includes line rental1st year cost: £309.99
      NOW Broadband Fab Fibre + Free Anytime Calls
      NOW Broadband
      • 36Mb average download speed
      • Truly unlimited monthly usage
      • Anytime calls (add at checkout)
      • 12 month contract
      • Cheap deal + no credit check
      36Mb
      average
      speed
      Unlimited
      monthly usage
      (truly unlimited)
      £9.99
      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
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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

      How to find the best broadband offer for you

      By Dan Howdle | Friday, October 5th 2018

      Find the sheer choice of broadband deals on offer a little daunting? Remember, getting the best deal is all about learning what works for your needs and household. Read on for a few tips.

      What broadband speed does my household need?

      The more megabits you can download per second, the faster the connection. Working out the Internet speed you need is easier than it sounds. Grab a pen and paper, answer a few simple questions and do a bit of maths – it really is that easy.

      Before you begin: You don't need to 'stack' megabits here for a household member who does more than one of these things, as they are not likely to be doing more than one of them at the same time. A household member that streams movies and downloads games, for example, is still allocated 20Mbps (for the more demanding activity) rather than 10Mbps for streaming plus 20Mbps for gaming.

      How many people in your household use the Internet?
      Allocate 5Mbps for each person.

      Do they stream or download movies or TV shows?
      Allocate 10Mbps for each person.

      Does anyone download video games on a regular basis?
      Allocate 20Mbps for each person.

      Are any of your TVs 4K ultra-HD?
      Allocate 30Mbps for those who regularly watch 4K content via Amazon, Netflix, Apple TV, Rakuten or YouTube.

      Add about 20% to your final figure to give yourself a comfortable ceiling during the busiest times of the day, and round up to the nearest speed available.

      Broadband speed examples:

      Household of four, one movie/TV streamer, no gamers, no 4K:

      Here you would simply add together the three basic users (three times 5Mbps), plus the one streamer (one times 10Mbps), giving you 25Mbps.

      Add the 20% safety margin and you'll arrive at 30Mbps.

      There aren’t any 30Mbps packages, so you'd need to round up to the first available speed, which means you'll need a package with an average speed of 35Mbps or 36Mbps.

      Household of five, three movie/TV streamers (two of whom use the same TV, one of whom is a gamer), one 4K TV:

      This one's a little more complex. Two household members are basic users, so let's add those together (two times 5Mbps).

      Next we have three streamers, but one is a gamer and there is one 4K TV in the house. So for the basic streamer add 10Mbps, the gamer 20Mbps and the other streamer 30Mbps, assuming at least one uses the 4K TV. This totals 75Mbps.

      Add 20% for safety to reach 90Mbps. Round up to the nearest available package and you'll need a 100Mbps broadband connection – currently only available from Virgin.

      There’s some flexibility. The final numbers from these examples could probably be reduced a little, but the chances of hitting those speed limits and experiencing problems like stream-buffering (where your TV show stops playing as it loads the next bit) are high without the safety margin.

      Likewise, if your calculation comes out above 67Mbps (the highest speed offered by most providers apart from Virgin Media) and you can't get Virgin Media (it's only available to around 60% of UK households), don't panic. Just opt for the highest speed you can get – you'll be fine most of the time.

      What types of broadband are there?

      All providers except Virgin Media offer old-fashioned ADSL broadband, which delivers average speeds of 10Mbps. There’s also fibre broadband, which delivers so-called 'superfast' speeds averaging around 65Mbps. Both arrive through your existing landline and differ only in the technology they use beyond the green cabinet on your street corner.

      When would I need superfast broadband?

      Probably never. Take Virgin Media: they only offer fibre, and its speeds start at a 'superfast' 50Mbps, up to an absolutely dizzying 'ultrafast' 350Mbps. To give you a quick idea of how insane that top speed is, you could watch fifty different HD movies on fifty different TVs all at the same time. Useful for downloading very large files quickly, but not much else then…

      Which broadband providers include TV in their packages?

      If you’d like a bundle including subscription TV, your Internet provider options become a little limited.

      Only Sky, Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk, Plusnet and EE offer TV services, and of those only Sky, Virgin Media and BT do so with much to offer beyond basic Freeview.

      If you're just after all the Freeview channels with some premium stuff thrown in, and with the option to add Sky Cinema and Sky Sports, BT TV will be enough. If you really need 400+ channels, however, we recommend either Virgin or Sky.

      Here’s a little more info about each:

      TV from Sky

      Up until around the start of 2017, Sky was in a league of its own when it came to TV. However, Virgin Media has caught up and has in some ways surpassed Sky (Virgin TV has a better set-top box and doesn't need a satellite dish).

      We still reckon Sky is about equal top-dog when it comes to TV though. Its Sky Q box isn't quite as capable as Virgin TV's V6 (unless you pay an additional £200 upfront for the posh version of the Q). It offers superior catch-up and on-demand boxset services as well as Sky Atlantic – which you can't get on any other TV service.

      TV from Virgin Media

      Virgin Media offers a number of different 'levels' of TV in its bundles. Unlike Sky, this will come through the same cable as your broadband connection (with Sky you need a dish). As mentioned above, Virgin TV's (free) set-top box is better than Sky's, and you’re free to bolt on Sky Sports, BT Sport and Sky Cinema.

      In the top packages, Virgin TV's channel count is vast, so it's worth doing a little research on the channels you need and which package delivers them before taking the plunge.

      TV from BT

      Some way behind the front runners is BT TV. Its best offering is still a long way short of both Sky and Virgin's, but it's relatively new by comparison and adding new channels all the time.

      BT TV's YouView boxes aren’t bad and they even offer a 4K version to go with BT Sport's 4K sport channel.

      When’s the best time to switch broadband providers?

      When they're offering free stuff. Take advantage of free gifts, rewards cards, vouchers and cashback to get the best value deal.

      If you compare the deals above you can see which deals are offering various bits and pieces on top of the basic broadband or broadband and TV bundle. These can really make a difference to the overall value.

      In the case of cashback and reward cards, it's worth remembering that you may have to manually claim these yourself after your services have been installed, and that providers generally quite like it when you forget.

      Do I need a phone line with my broadband deal?

      Choosing not to have one could complicate things, as most broadband deals come with a phone line. The broadband comes down your phone line, ergo you need a phone line, ergo why not have a phone?

      How many landline calls you make in the average week (and when you make them) will influence which 'calling package' is best for you.

      Calling packages generally come in four self-explanatory flavours:

      • Pay as you go (PAYG)
      • Free weekends
      • Free evenings and weekends
      • Free anytime calls

      What if I want a broadband-only deal?

      Plenty of providers claim to offer 'broadband-only'. Realistically, the primary reason anyone would choose this option is to pay less for the overall package. The bad news is, this isn’t possible.

      The part of your bill you pay for the phone line (still called line rental, but no longer separated out) is exactly that – line rental. You're still renting the line, albeit just for your broadband, so you’ll still need to be pay line rental whether you have a landline hooked up or not.

      Only Virgin Media offers 'true' broadband-only. This is broadband with truly no number or landline attached, but thanks to the line rental, you'll be lucky to be paying just £1 less a month. We've even seen times when broadband-only is more expensive. So it’s probably not worth the hassle.

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