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Sky offers TV, home & fibre broadband and phone. Sky TV Packages can be bundled and you can add a variety of extra channels. Choose from standard TV, Sky+, Sky+HD or the superb 3D TV.


BT offers home broadband, phone and digital TV packages in the UK. Its fibre optic service reaches up to 76Mbps and BT TV delivers digital TV via your existing TV aerial


Virgin Media provides up to 200Mb super-fast broadband along with a range of broadband, TV and phone packages. Prices start from as little as £6.99 a month.


TalkTalk was the first to introduce 'free broadband', and is now a quad-play provider, offering broadband, TV, home phone and even mobile in a single package.


Plusnet, the multi-award winning, Yorkshire-based broadband provider, features fibre optic and broadband-only packages at competitive prices.


Fuel Broadband offer a range of great value home broadband and home phone products including up to 17Mb unlimited broadband. Inclusive landline call packages are also available.


The Post Office is one of the UK's most respected brands. The Post Office offer a range of home broadband and home phone products including up to 8Mb broadband and inclusive line rental packages.


Vodafone's award-winning mobile broadband offers speeds up to 1.8Mbps and 21Mbps. A range of USB modems are available free with your mobile broadband package.


3 mobile broadband gives you the freedom to surf the internet when you're out and about. Download speeds of 7.2Mbps are possible via 3's mobile broadband networks. Choose from pay as you go or pay monthly mobile broadband.


Direct Save Telecom offers low-cost home and business broadband and phone deals, including ‘no-contract’ packages and £1.95 per month ADSL broadband.


EE is a provider of home and fibre broadband services.


John Lewis is one of the UK’s newest providers, offering both home broadband and fibre optic broadband packages. Line rental prices are highly competitive and their unlimited broadband packages aren’t restricted by a fair usage policy.


O2 offers a range of mobile broadband packages, with the option to use a USB dongle, O2 Pocket Hotspot to connect multiple devices or SIM only for your 3G iPad.


Origin Broadband has a handful of standard and fibre optic broadband packages with totally unlimited usage and no speed throttling or fair usage policy, so you can download as much as you want.


XLN Telecom specialises in supplying no-frills broadband and phone services to small businesses. It supplies both standard and fibre broadband, and prides itself on offering fast, reliable customer support.


EE was formed by the amalgamation of Orange and T-Mobile, and it operates the fastest and widest 3G and 4G networks in the UK. EE offers a range of handsets, tablets, SIM-only, PAYG and data SIMs.


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How to choose a provider

by Dominic James

Choosing a broadband, TV and phone provider can be a tricky undertaking, especially if you don’t know where to start. So, let us break the process down into some logical steps for you, to make the whole thing a little easier.

First off we recommend using our postcode checker to find out which providers operate in your area. Some providers are available almost everywhere while others are only available in some areas. By using our postcode checker you can check quickly and easily what your provider options are.

How to compare providers

There are three different ways you can use our postcode checker:

If you’re only interested in one particular provider then click on their logo above. You’ll be sent to a page that lists all of their packages and lets you check availability in your area by postcode. This may not be the best method as ignoring all of the other providers may mean you’ll miss out on some of the best moneysaving deals.

If you want to compare all packages from all providers you might want to start with the postcode checker on our homepage. You can click on the blue Cable logo in the top left of any screen to go there.

If you’re interested in a specific service such as broadband or digital TV then you may find it easiest to start by going to the comparison page for that particular type of package. Have a look at the list of our comparison pages in the “See also…” section at the foot of this page and simply click on the most relevant one.

Do I need to compare providers?

We strongly recommend that you do. The broadband, TV and phone market is a very competitive place and there are some amazing deals to be had if you don’t limit your comparison to a single provider.

If you’ve got an idea of what you're looking for when you start your search but keep an open mind and compare a wide selection of providers and packages you may well find something better than you hoped at a lower price than you were expecting.

Who is the best provider?

Each provider has their own strengths and their own range of bundles, deals and offers. You may have come to this site assuming that one provider is better than the others but when you compare them all you’ll see that they each have a lot to offer.

Some providers offer faster broadband than others, but may restrict your downloads with a fair usage policy. Some providers may have more TV channels than others but no HD. So take the time to compare every relevant provider before deciding which is the right provider for you.

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