These broadband deals could offer faster speeds, better download limits and save you money. Compare broadband here to switch to one that will improve your service.
This table has been sorted to display the fastest average* speed deals first.
|Product name||Contract length||Download limit||Download speed*||Monthly cost|
|EE Unlimited Superfast Fibre Plus||18 months||Unlimited||67Mb||£28 /month|
|TalkTalk Unlimited Fibre 65 and Phone Line||18 months||Unlimited||67Mb||£25 /month|
|BT Fibre 2 Broadband||24 months||Unlimited||67Mb||£32.99 /month|
|BT Fibre 2 & Entertainment||24 months||Unlimited||67Mb||£38.99 /month|
|Plusnet Unlimited Fibre Extra & Phone Line||18 months||Unlimited||66Mb||£24.99 /month|
|John Lewis Fibre Extra Broadband with Evening & Weekend Calls||12 months||Unlimited||66Mb||£29 /month|
|NOW Broadband: Super Fibre & Anytime Calls||12 months||Unlimited||63Mb||£24 /month|
|Direct Save Telecom No Contract Unlimited Fibre Broadband 63Mb||1 months||Unlimited||63Mb||£39.95 /month|
|SSE Unlimited Fibre Plus and Line Rental Only||18 months||Unlimited||63Mb||£26 /month|
|Vodafone Superfast 2||24 months||Unlimited||63Mb||£22 /month|
This table has been limited to display a maximum of 10 deals, sorted by the highest download speed first.
*The average download speed displayed in Mb is the speed available to 50% of customers with this product during peak time (between 8pm and 10pm). The actual speed you will get depends on a variety of factors such as your cabling, your area, how far you are from the telephone exchange as well as time of day. The majority of providers will tell you the speed you will likely receive when you begin your online sign up — this may differ from the average speed displayed on our table.
The deals available at your postcode are subject to local availability. The provider will confirm availability for your line.
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The best broadband deal will be different for every household, depending on their circumstances and lifestyles. For instance, four flatmates in their twenties will have different requirements to a retired couple. Some consumers may prioritise connection speeds, affordability, or perks like TV packages and Wi-Fi hotspots.
Key factors to consider when choosing the best broadband deals include:
Speed. Connection speeds determine how quickly you can access the internet and how easy it is to stream content. It’s generally advisable to look for the fastest available speed in your area.
Data limits: This affects how much data you can access, though most broadband contracts provide unlimited data.
Availability: Some services may not be available where you live, especially full fibre (Fibre to the Premises/Home). Use a postcode checker to see what’s available in a specific area.
Choice of supplier: Some providers offer better service and customer support than others. Our broadband provider page profiles the UK’s main internet service providers (ISPs).
Perks: Some providers augment their broadband offers with additional services such as Wi-Fi hotspot access.
Buy a bundle: If you’re already paying for TV, mobile phones or landlines, it could be cheaper to bundle them in with your broadband. When all four are combined, this is known as quad-play packages.
Read more about how to choose broadband here.
By law, advertised broadband speeds represent an average, so actual speeds in your household are likely to vary depending on local infrastructure. Research average speeds using postcode checkers, to see what’s available before you sign up. Additionally, ensure the speed of the package under consideration is really necessary – there’s little value in signing up for a 300Mbps connection in a holiday home, for instance.
Unlimited broadband allows you to spend as much time on the internet as you want, without that usage being curbed by an ISP in accordance with its fair usage policy. However, not all broadband offers and consumer packages are truly unlimited…
Unlimited: Most suppliers advertise unlimited data allowances to give you more freedom to watch films online, or download large files. Data limits or broadband speeds could still be capped if excessive data usage is affecting the browsing experience of other people on your network.
Truly unlimited: A truly unlimited service delivers unlimited data usage without any caps or restrictions. This makes it a strong option for heavy internet users, and people who regularly upload and download large volumes of data.
Compare unlimited broadband options using our comparison table.
Like other domestic utilities, you will be charged for switching broadband provider if you're still within an existing contract. Broadband providers, energy providers and other utility firms tend to include early cancellation fees in their contracts, unless a no-contract broadband deal has been entered into. However, you shouldn't be charged for switching to another broadband provider if your existing home broadband deals have expired.
Once you’ve decided on the type of broadband your home requires, and the minimum speed necessary to support daily activities, it’s time to:
Compare suppliers to find the best deal, paying particular attention to the factors that are most important to you. If you want the best Wi-Fi deals, look at which ISPs offer cutting-edge routers. If saving money is the priority, cheap broadband deals should be the focus rather than the best Wi-Fi deals.
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Robert Thayne, reviewing Uswitch's broadband comparison services on TrustPilot, renewed his BT broadband deal and said:
"The BT renew is a lot cheaper than BT offer themselves for the exact same service and you get a prepaid credit card to spend on what you like and from ordering to receiving is very quick."
Robert Thayne, TrustPilot
It's important to remember that comparison sites do have deals and prices that you can't necessarily get through the suppliers themselves, as Robert notes. Even if you want to stay with your current supplier, it's worth checking the deals they have available through sites like Uswitch.
You usually need an active phone line and a wireless router. Your ISP should provide the router once you’ve signed up, though you’re free to use your own unless Virgin Media is the provider. Their routers are the only ones which can interpret the data piped down Virgin’s fibre optic cables.
The process usually takes about two weeks, but this varies between suppliers. Timescales may also be affected by any home broadband deals you’ve been offered, such as additional hardware or bundled services.
This is only available in certain parts of the UK, so check your postcode and register interest if fibre broadband isn’t yet available.
You may be charged for any equipment needed to benefit from the best broadband and phone deals. You may also be charged a setup fee if an engineer has to visit your property to install home broadband hardware.
This is the fixed monthly cost of an active phone line. It costs an average of £17 a month, and is included in most broadband deals. Virgin Media can supply broadband without a phone line, and some other ISPs (notably Sky and EE) are rolling out services where broadband is supplied without an accompanying phone line.
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