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The UK's fastest broadband from Virgin Media, Sky, BT, TalkTalk and more. May 2022 deals start from just £21 per month.

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1M100 Fibre Broadband
Virgin Media
£50 Bill Credit
was £44
£24.00 per month
£50 Bill Credit
  • Effective Cost Only £21.22pm
  • £0 Setup Fee
  • You Save £445
New customers only. Average upload speeds of 10Mbps. Virgin Media Hub 3.
  • 108Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
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£24.00 per month
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2M200 Fibre Broadband
Virgin Media
£50 Bill Credit
was £50
£28.00 per month
£50 Bill Credit
  • Effective Cost Only £25.23pm
  • £0 Setup Fee
  • You Save £481
New customers only. Average upload speeds of 20Mbps. Virgin Media Hub 3.
  • 213Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
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£28.00 per month
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3Super Fibre Broadband
NOW Broadband
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£21.00 per month
  • Super Fibre for Fab Fibre price
Broadband Buddy parental controls.
  • 63Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £5.00 One-off Cost
  • 12 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
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£21.00 per month
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4Fibre 65
TalkTalk
£60 Reward Card
£23.50 per month
£60 Reward Card
  • £60 Reward Card
  • Plus free installation offer
New customers only. Free to leave within first 30 days.
  • 67Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
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£60 Reward Card
£23.50 per month
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5M500 Fibre Broadband
Virgin Media
£50 Bill Credit
was £62
£36.00 per month
£50 Bill Credit
  • Effective Cost Only £33.23pm
  • £0 Setup Fee
  • You Save £553
New customers only. UK's fastest widely available broadband. Virgin Media Hub 3. Perfect for multi-gaming. Average upload speeds of 36Mbps.
  • 516Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
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£50 Bill Credit
was £62
£36.00 per month
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6Fibre 1
BT
£60 Reward Card
£29.99 per month
£60 Reward Card
  • £60 Virtual Reward Card
New customers only. Stay Fast Guarantee – get the speeds promised or money back. UK customer service team. £100 worth security, anti-virus protection & parental controls.
  • 50Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £29.99 One-off Cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
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£60 Reward Card
£29.99 per month
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7Broadband SuperfastSky
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£26.00 per month
New customers only. Add Sky WiFi Guarantee. Includes Speed Guarantee. Prices may change.
  • 59Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
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£26.00 per month
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8Unlimited Fibre Broadband
Plusnet
£75 Reward Card
£22.99 per month
£75 Reward Card
  • £75 Reward Card
  • Free activation worth £10
New customers only. UK based customer service. First month payable upfront.
  • 36Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • Pay as you go calls
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£75 Reward Card
£22.99 per month
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9M350 Fibre Broadband
Virgin Media
£50 Bill Credit
was £56
£32.00 per month
£50 Bill Credit
  • Effective Cost Only £29.23pm
  • £0 Setup Fee
  • You Save £517
New customers only. Average upload speeds of 36Mbps. Virgin Media Hub 3.
  • 362Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • Zero One-off Cost
  • 18 Month Contract
  • No phone line
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£50 Bill Credit
was £56
£32.00 per month
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10Fibre 2
BT
£110 Reward Card
£33.99 per month
£110 Reward Card
  • £110 Virtual Reward Card
New customers only. Stay Fast Guarantee – get the speeds promised or money back. £100 worth security, anti-virus protection & parental controls.
  • 67Mb Average Speed
  • Unlimited Monthly downloads
  • £29.99 One-off Cost
  • 24 Month Contract
  • No phone line
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£110 Reward Card
£33.99 per month
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What’s the fastest broadband in my area?

Broadband speeds vary across the UK, so it’s best to use our quick postcode checker to find out what the fastest speeds are in your area. Simply enter your postcode to view all available deals, then sort your results by ‘download speed’.

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Which broadband provider is the fastest?

Virgin Media has its own network, delivering the fastest widely available speeds in the UK. Hyperoptic and Gigaclear offer speeds that are similar to Virgin Media’s (up to 1Gbps or 1000Mbps) but they only covers very restricted areas of the country at the moment.

Here’s a look at how the providers shape up. We’ve included the most popular providers for comparison:

Broadband Provider Standard Superfast Ultrafast Network Top Speed
BT ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 900Mbps
EE ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 900Mbps
Gigaclear - - Full Fibre Own network 900Mbps
Hyperoptic - - Full Fibre Own network 900Mbps
John Lewis ADSL FTTC - Openreach 66Mbps
NOW Broadband ADSL FTTC - Openreach 63Mbps
Plusnet ADSL FTTC - Openreach 66Mbps
Shell Energy broadband ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 920Mbps
Sky ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 900Mbps
SSE ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 900Mbps
TalkTalk ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 900Mbps
Virgin Media - Cable Cable Own network 1.1Gbps
Vodafone ADSL FTTC Full Fibre Openreach 910Mbps

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How can I tell if I’m getting the advertised speed?

There are a number of things that can affect the speed of your broadband, one of which is the distance from your property to the local exchange or street cabinet. The further your property is from the cabinet, the slower your connection is likely to be. Our guide to the effects of distance from the exchange on broadband speed will tell you more.

You can use our quick and simple broadband speed test to find out if you’re currently getting the speed that was advertised at the start of your current broadband contract. Simply make sure you’re connected to your home broadband wireless network and click ‘Go’ - the test runs itself in seconds.

If your current speed isn’t matching up to what was originally advertised by your provider, we’ve put together a guide that will help you make a complaint and (hopefully) get what you paid for!

Knowing your current speed will also help you determine whether you need a new deal with a quicker speed, or whether you’re currently enjoying the best internet speed you can expert where you live.

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What speed is right for me?

A fast or superfast connection is great, as long as you really need it. If not, you’ll be paying over the odds for your internet.

If you live alone or in a small household and only use the internet for things like online shopping and browsing social media, the slower speeds of standard / ADSL should meet your needs.

Faster speeds are only usually required for large households where everyone wants to be online at the same time, and where people regularly do things like streaming HD content or online gaming.

Our guide to broadband speeds will help you work out the best broadband speed for your household needs.

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What’s the difference between superfast, ultrafast and gigabit?

Superfast, ultrafast and gigabit all have specific definitions in terms of the speeds they’re able to achieve.

A superfast connection refers to download speeds that exceed 30Mbps.

According to most ISPs, ultrafast applies to speeds of 100Mbps and higher, although Ofcom defines it as involving speeds of above 300Mbps.

Gigabit broadband only refers to the very fastest connections, those of around 1Gbps or more, and is delivered by Fibre to the Premises (FTTP only). This type of broadband can’t currently be accessed using a WiFi signal, and requires an ethernet cable which tethers you to one spot.

To compare broadband download speeds, take a look at the following example:

To download an hour-long episode of your favourite Netflix show would take 10 minutes and 48 seconds using standard broadband. 3 minutes and 18 seconds with superfast broadband, 1 minute and 6 seconds with ultrafast broadband and 7 seconds with gigabit broadband.

To download an average length HD movie, you would need to wait 58 minutes and 34 seconds with standard broadband, 17 minutes and 53 seconds with superfast broadband, 1 minute and 6 seconds with ultrafast broadband and an amazing 38 seconds with gigabit broadband.

Finally. To download a PS5 game, you would need to wait 21 hours, 41 minutes and 30 seconds using standard broadband, 6 hours, 37 minutes and 40 seconds with superfast broadband, 2 hours, 12 minutes and 33 seconds with ultrafast broadband and 14 minutes and 18 seconds with gigabit broadband.

For a full list of speeds required for streaming your favourite shows, read our guide.

Frequently asked questions

Who's the fastest broadband provider in the UK?

The fastest widely available provider is Virgin Media, which is available to around 60% of UK households and offers top speeds of 1.1Gbps. Both Hyperoptic and some other local/community providers such as B4RN offer 1Gbps (1,000Mbps) broadband, but only to a tiny fraction of the population.

How fast is my current connection?

Checking your broadband speed is easy. Our broadband speed test will let you know how fast your broadband is. To get the best results, we recommend plugging your device into the router itself when you test your broadband speed. WiFi won’t give you reliable results.

What does download speed mean?

‘Download speed’ refers to the ‘downstream’, the part of the connection that receives data from the internet. This is part of your bandwidth, and a higher download speed allows you to receive faster broadband. The higher your bandwidth, the more data can move down your broadband connection at the same time.

What does upload speed mean?

This describes the amount of data your connection can send at one time. It’s only important if you publish lots of files online, such as videos on YouTube or on other social media. A higher upload speed will allow you to publish them faster.

Can I get ultrafast internet from a local provider?

Yes, in some areas of the UK. Some members of the local community in almost exclusively rural areas have created their own internet provision service and offer pure fibre networks with fast-speed broadband of 1Gbps (1,000Mbps) or more. We suggest using Google to find local providers. We don’t list them because they can’t provide us with postcode or availability data.

What's the fastest standard/ADSL broadband?

The fastest standard ADSL broadband averages 11Mbps. However, if you live close to your nearest cabinet your speed will be significantly higher. Only operators on the Openreach network offer ADSL (everyone but Virgin Media).

What is ‘throttling’?

‘Throttling’ is a measure that internet service providers take to limit the speed of your connection artificially. They may take this measure if you’re performing an activity of which they don’t approve.

How much do the fastest packages cost?

Prices vary. Although some service providers start at as little as £30 per month for their broadband, you’re looking at approximately £50 to £60 or month, or possibly more as time goes on. We recommend using our tool to see what’s available in your area.

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