Yes, but your options are limited and you still need to give 30 days notice to cancel.

No contract broadband gives you flexibility to save by switching supplier at short notice, without being tied down long term. Use our comparison to find the best deal, and consider:

Will you save money?

Yes, but only if you just need broadband for a short period of time.

You could avoid high cancellation charges and enjoy the freedom to switch supplier if you are:

  • Moving house

  • In temporary student accommodation

  • Working away from home

A rolling contract is unlikely to save you money if you need a long term deal because the monthly costs are higher than most standard broadband packages.

You could also miss out on discounts offered with contracts of 12 months of more.

Which supplier should you choose?

Narrow down your options by using our comparison to find the right broadband for you, then consider:

No contract broadband FAQs

Q

Do I need to give notice to cancel?

A

Yes, you usually need to give 30 days' notice but this might be less, so check the terms with your supplier.

Q

Can I get fibre broadband with no contract?

A

No, but you can get a shorter term contract of 12 months with some providers.

Q

Will I get the broadband speed advertised?

A

You might not because suppliers only have to provide 10% of their customers with the maximum speed they offer. This is why speeds are advertised up to.

Q

What other ways can I get a short term broadband contract?

A

Most broadband providers offer 6 month contracts, and some mobile broadband deals let you pay as you go.

Q

Do I have to pay line rental with no contract broadband?

A

Yes, because most broadband is supplied over a phone line, so line rental is added to your monthly bill.