You could get super fast broadband to your home from a fibre optic cable for faster browsing. Compare fibre optic packages to see if you can enjoy quicker internet where you live.
Fibre broadband is supplied over a fibre optic network which delivers faster download speeds and a more consistent connection.
It is much faster than ADSL broadband, making it perfect for large households or heavy internet users.
Coverage is often limited to cities and towns, so rural areas are less likely to get access. Use our postcode checker to check coverage in your area.
If fibre is not available where you live, you can check for upgrades to coverage on the Government's Go Superfast website.
Once you have checked coverage where you live, use our comparison table to look at:
Look for the cheapest package by comparing:
Yes, some fibre suppliers offer speeds of up to 1 GB/s while ADSL only offers up to 16 Mbps. Read our guide to broadband speed for more information.
Fibre runs over a cable network that is only installed in parts of the UK. Broadband suppliers and the Government are working to extend coverage.
Yes, most suppliers offer a higher download limit than standard broadband. Read our guide for more information about data limits.
It could take up to two weeks after you have ordered your package for your service to go live.
Yes, most suppliers only offer fibre as a broadband and phone package.
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