Providers we compare
Cable's provider directory contains all the UK's leading providers in broadband, TV mobile and energy providers. Our comprehensive list of providers enables you to see at a glance each provider we compare.
Largely known as a mobile provider, EE also offers standard and fibre broadband, and EE TV, which is only available with EE broadband. The EE network offers the fastest 4G mobile connection in the UK.
TalkTalk supplies a range of well-priced fibre and standard, available with a choice of TV and phone plans. TalkTalk TV is only available with TalkTalk broadband.
Vodafone is best known as a mobile network, offering phone and mobile broadband services. It now also offers, with fibre broadband speeds up to 76Mbps.
Multi-award winning Plusnet provides fibre and standard broadband at fair, competitive prices. Plusnet boasts high-quality customer service and has a good customer satisfaction record.
John Lewis brings its trustworthy reputation to the broadband industry with three broadband and phone packages, no activation charges or usage caps, and an emphasis on value, simplicity and service.
One of the UK’s oldest brands, The Post Office offers fibre and standard broadband products at reasonable prices, with totally unlimited usage, as well as a home phone service.
If you hate long contracts, NOW Broadband is ideal, offering one-month broadband deals. Both fibre and standard broadband packages available.
First Utility is new to the broadband market, offering extremely well-priced, clear and straightforward broadband and fibre packages with no fuss or complicated extras.
NOW TV is a flexible streaming service owned by telecoms giant Sky.
SSE offers both standard and fibre broadband packages at low prices, with regular discounts for existing SSE energy customers. All its broadband packages are unlimited.
Three is a provider of a wide range of flexible and competitively priced mobile broadband packages. Mobile broadband from Three starts at just £10 a month.
O2 provides one of the UK’s four mobile networks, With O2 you will find an excellent range of handsets, tablets and SIM only deals.
Asda Mobile, after the well-known supermarket brand, does one thing only: Cheap SIMs. It doesn’t offer handsets, but for those after simply the cheapest SIM deal they can find, Asda is a good place to start.
Giffgaff, which runs on the O2 network, is rather unique in that it relies on its excellent community to help customers solve problems. This costs giffgaff less, and as such it commonly offers some of the cheapest deals in the country.
Tesco pitches itself as a budget mobile provider, offering some excellent deals on the latest phones and SIMs. Tesco also offers great deals on slightly older phones if ’the latest thing’ is not your priority.
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