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Save 47%
Unlimited Broadband & Weekend Calls
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
12 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Free Weekend Calls!
£30.00
£15.90 per month
for 12 months
Price details
Post Office - Unlimited Broadband & Weekend Calls
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£15.90
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£15.9
First year cost:
£190.8
Total contract cost:
£190.8
Contract length:
12 Months
Fast Broadband
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
12 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Fixed Low Price Plan!
£17.95 per month
for 12 months
Price details
TalkTalk - Fast Broadband
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£17.95
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£17.95
First year cost:
£215.4
Total contract cost:
£215.4
Contract length:
12 Months
Save 40%
Unlimited Broadband & Pay As You Talk (Without TV)
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£9.95
Save Over £200 Online!
£30.00
£18.00 per month
for 18 months
Price details
Sky - Unlimited Broadband & Pay As You Talk (Without TV)
Upfront cost:
£9.95
Monthly cost:
£18.00
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£18.55
First year cost:
£225.95
Total contract cost:
£333.95
Contract length:
18 Months
Save 31%
Brilliant Broadband - 12 Month Contract
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
12 Months
Upfront cost:
£9.99
Add Anytime Calls For Free!
£25.99
£18.00 per month
for 12 months
Price details
Now Broadband - Brilliant Broadband - 12 Month Contract
Upfront cost:
£9.99
Monthly cost:
£18.00
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£18.83
First year cost:
£225.99
Total contract cost:
£225.99
Contract length:
12 Months
First Broadband
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
£18.99 per month
for 18 months
Price details
First Utility - First Broadband
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£18.99
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£18.99
First year cost:
£227.88
Total contract cost:
£341.82
Contract length:
18 Months
Save 40%
Upgrade to Unlimited Broadband
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£19.95
Save Over £200!
£30.00
£18.00 per month
for 18 months
Price details
Sky - Upgrade to Unlimited Broadband
Upfront cost:
£19.95
Monthly cost:
£18.00
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£19.11
First year cost:
£235.95
Total contract cost:
£343.95
Contract length:
18 Months
Unlimited Broadband
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
12 Mbps
Contract length:
24 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Fixed Term Contract
£19.99 per month
for 24 months
Price details
italk - Unlimited Broadband
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£19.99
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£19.99
First year cost:
£239.88
Total contract cost:
£479.76
Contract length:
24 Months
Save 33%
Unlimited Broadband & Line Rental
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
10 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£5.00
Fixed Price Contract
£29.98
£19.99 per month
for 18 months
Price details
Plusnet - Unlimited Broadband & Line Rental
Upfront cost:
£5.00
Monthly cost:
£19.99
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£20.27
First year cost:
£244.88
Total contract cost:
£364.82
Contract length:
18 Months
Superfast 1
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
35 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Ultimate Speed Guarantee 25Mbps or money off!
£21.00 per month
for 18 months
Price details
Vodafone - Superfast 1
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£21.00
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£21
First year cost:
£252
Total contract cost:
£378
Contract length:
18 Months
Unlimited Broadband + International Calls
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
12 Mbps
Contract length:
24 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Fixed Term Contract
£21.49 per month
for 24 months
Price details
italk - Unlimited Broadband + International Calls
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£21.49
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£21.49
First year cost:
£257.88
Total contract cost:
£515.76
Contract length:
24 Months
Fibre 35 Max Broadband
Limit:
100GB
Speed up to:
35 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Exclusive Offer!
£21.50 per month
for 18 months
Price details
POP Telecom - Fibre 35 Max Broadband
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£21.50
Avg monthly cost:
£21.5
First year cost:
£258
Total contract cost:
£387
Contract length:
18 Months
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Unlimited Broadband
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
10 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£10.00
Extra 5GB Of Data On Your EE Mobile Every Month!
£31.00
£21.00 per month
for 18 months
Price details
EE - Unlimited Broadband
Upfront cost:
£10.00
Monthly cost:
£21.00
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£21.56
First year cost:
£262
Total contract cost:
£388
Contract length:
18 Months
Unlimited Broadband + Evening & Weekend Calls
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
12 Mbps
Contract length:
24 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Fixed Term Contract
£21.99 per month
for 24 months
Price details
italk - Unlimited Broadband + Evening & Weekend Calls
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£21.99
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£21.99
First year cost:
£263.88
Total contract cost:
£527.76
Contract length:
24 Months
Faster Fibre Broadband
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
36 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
4.5X Faster Download Speeds!
£22.50 per month
for 18 months
Price details
TalkTalk - Faster Fibre Broadband
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£22.50
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£22.5
First year cost:
£270
Total contract cost:
£405
Contract length:
18 Months
Save 27%
Fast Broadband + TV
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
11 Mbps
Contract length:
12 Months
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Fixed Low Price Plan!
£33.00
£23.95 per month
for 12 months
Price details
TalkTalk - Fast Broadband + TV
Upfront cost:
£0.00
Monthly cost:
£23.95
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£23.95
First year cost:
£287.4
Total contract cost:
£287.4
Contract length:
12 Months
Save 29%
Unlimited Broadband & Evening, Weekend & Mobile Calls
Limit:
Unlimited
Speed up to:
10 Mbps
Contract length:
18 Months
Upfront cost:
£5.00
£33.98
£23.99 per month
for 18 months
Price details
Plusnet - Unlimited Broadband & Evening, Weekend & Mobile Calls
Upfront cost:
£5.00
Monthly cost:
£23.99
Line rental cost:
Included
Avg monthly cost:
£24.27
First year cost:
£292.88
Total contract cost:
£436.82
Contract length:
18 Months

About Broadband and Digital TV Comparison


Compare Digital TV & Broadband Deals

AVForums is now not only the number 1 online community for discussing home electronics, it can also compare broadband and digital TV deals. We have collated thousands of deals from top broadband and digital TV providers to help our community save money on broadband and digital TV subscriptions.

We know that AVForums members often demand the very best from their tech, so our system will only recommend deals from providers that serve your local area. All you need to do is put your postcode into the field above, choose your package, the type of broadband you want and if you are happy with your usage allowance. We will do the rest.

Which Broadband type should I choose?

The type of broadband you should choose really depends on what you are willing to spend and what sort of download speed you are looking for.

Standard Broadband (Fast)

“Standard Broadband” refers to ADSL broadband delivered through phone lines with an average speed of around 8Mbps. Speeds vary depending on a number of factors including where you live and how far your house or flat is from your nearest telephone exchange. ADSL lines can achieve speeds of around 15Mbps in urban areas with a solid broadband infrastructure, but rural user may get very slow speeds of around 2Mbps.

Fibre-optic (Very fast)

Fibre-optic broadband provides much faster download speeds than standard ADSL broadband. On average, fibre-optic is around five times faster than ADSL broadband, but the gap is much larger depending on what tier of fibre broadband you subscribe to. For example, according to OFCOM people who subscribe to a 200Mbps broadband tier get an average of 174Mbps, but subscribers to the 50Mbps tier get an average speed of around 50.5Mbps. Fibre broadband is really for heavy downloaders and people who want to stream a lot of 4K or HD content, or for homes where there are a large number people accessing the same broadband connection.

Broadband and Digital TV providers

We feature deals from the following top UK broadband and digital TV providers.

Sky

Sky is famous for its TV service and new innovations like Sky Q. It has a huge number of programming exclusives, like Game of Thrones and Westworld, but also offers a strong consumer broadband service with Sky Broadband.

Sky consistently ranks well in overall customer service satisfaction levels and offers a large number of broadband and TV packages to suit a variety of budgets. The Sky Go service, included as part of many packages, is also more robust than some of Sky’s main competitors. So if you want access to Sky Q and solid broadband then Sky is definitely worth considering. The provider also offers a fast fibre tier with Sky Fibre, so if you are a heavy internet user you can get a fast package, if it is available in your area.

BT

BT is one of the UK’s largest providers of broadband, phone and TV services. BT has also branched out in recent years and now has a huge range TV entertainment options for its customers. BT Sport, available with a large number of BT packages, has live Premier League matches and exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League.

BT can also provide fast broadband to customers with its BT Infinity broadband package. On average it does not quite scale the heights of fibre broadband (according to OFCOM) but the BT Infinity 2 package can offer very rapid download speeds of around 76Mbps.

TalkTalk

TalkTalk broadband has become very popular in the UK, largely down to its reliable broadband speeds and its lower, competitive prices.

Talktalk also offers combined packages with TV, if you do not want to have to pay separate bills, and there’s a fast, fibre broadband tier with a maximum speed of 76Mbps.

Talktalk is a great option for customers who need affordable broadband but still want a certain level of speed. With Talktalk you can stream, browse the web and download quite happily.

Virgin Media

Virgin Media led way the in improving the UK’s fibre-optic broadband infrastructure over the last few years. They are continually making cable broadband available in new areas and have made 200Mbps broadband available to a large portion of the UK’s population.

Virgin Media has also won customer service awards and currently has a very low number of complaints for their broadband service (according to OFCOM). So if you need high speed broadband and are a heavy downloader and streamer, Virgin Media is definitely a provider that should be considered.

Plusnet

Plusnet offers a range of broadband-only or combined broadband and phone packages without usage limits. The provider also offers fibre broadband to customers who need extra speed, and there are business tariffs as well.

Plusnet is also well known for its offers and incentives. Plusnet regularly offers half-price broadband for the first few months of your contract and other useful benefits, such as free security software and free wireless router.

EE

EE is best known as a mobile phone network, but it also offer a range of different broadband packages. These can be taken whether you are an EE mobile customer or not, though existing customers tend to get attractive incentives like extra mobile data.

EE also offers unlimited downloads on all of its packages and a fibre broadband tier, should you really need high speed broadband. You can also get access to EE TV through most EE broadband packages, and this offers over 70 Freeview channels as well as access to catch-up services like BBC iPlayer and Wuaki TV. You can integrate the EE TV set-top box with Plex, so you can organise your photos and entertainment across several devices.

Direct Save Telecom

Direct Save Telecom specialises in flexible, cost-effective broadband packages designed to suit a range of different budgets. Direct Save offers ADSL and Fibre Broadband packages, if you live in an area that is covered, but the big hook for many customers is Direct Save’s no-contract broadband.

No-contract broadband is more expensive but it does offer a high degree of flexibility. You can pick up broadband on a rolling one-month contract with a free wireless router. You can also choose to have unlimited broadband or take your broadband with a 20GB usage cap to save a bit of extra money.

Three

If you are looking for mobile broadband, Three has a range of competitive offers that could suit your needs with different methods of accessing your connection. You can pick up a dongle, MiFi or tablet SIM, which then connect to the Three network for web access on the go.

Usage limits on Three mobile broadband range from 1GB of data per month all the way up to 20GB per month. There is no unlimited tier, so it is not a product for heavy downloaders to replace their fixed home connection, but these usage limits will suit the majority of people who want to browse the internet away from home.

O2

A leading mobile network provider, O2 also offers several tariff options if you want broadband on the move.

O2’s range of dongles and MiFi devices isn’t extensive but there should be something to suit everyone. You can get a standard dongle, in-car Wi-Fi device and a pocket Wi-Fi device that can provide a mobile broadband signal to several devices at once.

O2 offers three separate data tiers to its customers: 750MB, 3GB or 10GB of data per month.

Vodafone

Vodafone offers mobile broadband with a range of different options for getting online. You can purchase a tablet SIM, a data-only SIM, a standard USB dongle or a pocket Wi-Fi device.

Usage limits go all the way from 2GB per month up to 50GB per month, with 2GB of inclusive roaming data which is useful if you travel frequently.

NOW TV

If you want access to a huge library of entertainment, including shows such as Game of Thrones and Westworld, but do not want a contract, NOW TV could be a great option for you.

NOW TV lets you pick your own packages so you only pay for programming that you want to watch, and this comes in the form of NOW TV passes. There is an entertainment pass, a Sky Cinema pass, a kids pass and a Sky Sports pass. You can also pick up a 24-hour pass for sports and movies, if there is something you really want to watch.

You can watch NOW TV through a set-top box that connects to your Wi-Fi network or through a number of other devices, including a tablet phone or games console such as a PlayStation 4.

How to switch providers

Recent changes enforced by OFCOM have made the whole switching process much easier. The process to change broadband is quite simple:

Check you can leave your current Broadband provider

If you are still under contract with your current TV and broadband provider, you may have to wait until you can switch, unless you have completed the minimum term of your contract. If you are still under contract you may have to pay a large cancellation fee.

Use our comparison table and pick a new broadband deal

Put your postcode in the box at the top and we will suggest deals that you can get in your area. But there are a few things to remember depending on which providers you are switching to and from:

If you are going from an ADSL to another ADSL provider

This is very simple; if you are moving from one ADSL provider to another, everything will be taken care of for you. Your new provider will contact your existing broadband provider and you’ll be sent notification letters confirming what is going on and when the change will take place.

If you are switching to or from a cable provider

If you are leaving a cable network you will have to contact your current provider to cancel your contract and then your new provider to arrange your new service. You will then receive a cancellation notice (along with a bill for any cancellation charges) from your current provider.

Need help switching or finding the best deal? Call 0800 840 49370203 092 2854
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