If you are looking for TV, broadband and phone services, you could save money by combining all three as an entertainment bundle. Start by using our comparison to look at:

  • Cost: The monthly price of your entertainment bundle includes line rental for your phone and broadband services. You may also have to pay an upfront charge for setup and installation, or for equipment like your router or set top box.

  • Speed: This is measured in megabits (Mb) and affects how quickly you can use the internet, from checking emails to downloading music or films. Use the postcode checker at the top of our comparison to see the fastest speeds where you live.

  • Download limit: This is the cap on how much you can use the internet each month. Most entertainment bundles offer unlimited broadband, so you can make the most of TV catch up services. Read more about data limits in our guide.

  • Calls included: Think about when you use your phone, and whether you need anytime calls. You may want to include calls to mobiles and international calls, but these may come at an extra cost.

Look for a package that offers everything you need at the best possible price.

Which supplier should you choose?

Think about what you need from your entertainment package, and then go with a supplier who can offer this at the cheapest price.

Consider what you want from your TV service, because not all suppliers will offer the channels you want. Most providers let you customise your package, so you can add things like sports or movie channels for an extra monthly cost.

You can read reviews of all the providers we compare here.

Will you save money with an entertainment bundle?

A package deal can you save you money, as long as you use all the services provided.

Alternatively, if you are unlikely to use all three services, you could save money with a smaller bundle like TV and broadband, or home phone and broadband.

TV broadband and phone FAQs

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What channels will I get with an entertainment bundle?

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You typically get the standard Freeview channels, plus catch up services and inclusive channels specific to the supplier.

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Why do I have to pay upfront costs?

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This covers the cost of setting up and installing your service, along with charges for equipment like a wireless router or set top box.

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Can I add my mobile phone to an entertainment bundle?

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Yes, check out our quad-play comparison for packages that include broadband, home phone, TV and mobile.

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What is truly unlimited broadband?

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It allows you complete freedom to use the internet as much as you want, without extra charges or restrictions.

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Why do I have to pay line rental?

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You have to pay for the cost of using a phone line to supply your broadband or call package. This is added to your total monthly cost.

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How long will it take to get my service set up?

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It usually takes about two weeks for your TV, broadband and phone service to be up and running, but this varies so check with your chosen supplier.