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|Provider||Broadband Speed||Our Rating|
|Virgin Media Broadband||362Mbps average speed||5/5|
|Sky Broadband||63Mbps average speed||4/5|
|BT Broadband||63Mbps average speed||4/5|
|Plusnet Broadband||66Mbps average speed||4/5|
|TalkTalk Broadband||63Mbps average speed||3.5/5|
|SSE Broadband||63Mbps average speed||3.5/5|
Our broadband reviews are written by genuine consumer broadband experts, here to offer you their opinions on almost every widely available broadband service.
Virgin Media provides the fastest and most reliable widely available broadband in the country, of that there can be no argument.
Sky offers the most complete subscription TV packages in the UK, so bundling up with broadband seems like a no-brainer.
Arguably Britain's best-known provider of broadband and telephone services, BT Broadband can be on the expensive side.
Plusnet, now owned by BT, has a stellar customer service reputation, winning award after award, year after year.
TalkTalk Broadband is aimed squarely at the budget-conscious customer. Nothing about it is particularly remarkable.
One of the 'big six' energy providers, SSE began offering broadband not all that long ago. It's almost always among the cheapest.
EE is, of course, primarily a mobile network provider. Nevertheless, it offers a competent and competitive broadband service.
NOW TV is Sky's dedicated streaming service, and of course we also have Sky Broadband. Do we need NOW Broadband?
Vodafone is best known as a mobile network. When it comes to broadband, it's low monthly payments that set it apart.
Generally at the more 'luxury' (expensive, let's just say expensive) end of the market, John Lewis Broadband trades on its brand.
Shell Energy is the new name for First Utility, which was an energy provider first and a broadband provider more recently.
Hyperoptic isn't widely available, but offers unrivalled speeds of up to 1,000Mbps – provided you can get it.
Post Office knows its audience. Its no-nonsense broadband is aimed squarely at the older generation with a no-frills service.
A smaller provider, Direct Save Telecom offers some of the cheapest broadband in the country.
POP Telecom is a small and not particularly well-known budget broadband and phone provider.
Origin Broadband offers decent broadband at decent prices. You won't find a lot of frills here.
Brighton-based iTalk offers nationally available competitive broadband deals to those who like prefer to deal with a smaller company.
Relish offers home broadband via a 4G mobile network to properties in and around central London, making it a somewhat niche provider.
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