You can get broadband without a phone line and it could save you money. Compare broadband only deals to find one that lets you connect to the internet without the cost of line rental.
If you have no use for a phone line, there are alternatives to phone and broadband bundles, although getting rid of your home phone may not save as much money as you might expect.
There are three main alternatives to broadband with a phone line:
When looking for a broadband provider you should consider:
You might still save money by combining your phone and broadband as a bundle, even if you can do without a home phone.
Most ADSL and fibre suppliers offer a basic phone and broadband deal, usually at a promotional price.
You can compare phone and broadband packages using our comparison table.
It depends which type of broadband you opt for. Fibre offers faster speed than standard broadband, but satellite and mobile are usually slower.
This is a set monthly cost for use of the phone line that supplies your broadband. It is included in the monthly cost of your package.
Yes, if you get broadband that does not require an active phone line, like fibre or mobile.
Yes, but it will depend on availability in your area. You can check to see if fibre is supplied where you live on the Openreach website.
A USB device which connects to your computer or laptop to provide you with internet access over a mobile network.
This will vary between suppliers but typically your contract will last 12 months. Our comparison table shows the contract length of each package.
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