100Mbps broadband deals

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Online exclusive Ultrafast M100 Broadband + Phone

New customers only £0 Set Up QuickStart Self-Install Service Available

Fibre 150 TV

New customers only Flexible ways to pay Pause & Rewind Live TV

Online exclusive Fibre 150

New customers only Flexible ways to pay 30 day great connection guarantee

Online exclusive Big Oomph bundle

New customers only £0 Set Up QuickStart Self-Install Service Available

Online exclusive Ultrafast M200 Broadband + Phone

New customers only £0 Set Up QuickStart Self-Install Service Available

Fibre 150 - Data Only

New customers only Flexible ways to pay 30 day great connection guarantee

Online exclusive Big bundle + Drama Pick

New customers only £0 Set Up QuickStart Self-Install Service Available

Fibre 150 + Unlimited UK landline and mobile calls

New customers only Flexible ways to pay Free Amazon Gift

Online exclusive Ultrafast M350 Broadband + Phone

New customers only £0 Set Up QuickStart Self-Install Service Available

Fibre 100 only

New customers only Free access to BT Wi-Fi hotspots

Fibre 100

New customers only Free access to BT Wi-Fi hotspots

Full Fibre 100

New customers only Price for life guarantee 100% UK-based customer support

*Average speeds are based on the download speeds of at least 50% of customers at peak time (8pm to 10pm). Speed can be affected by a range of technical and environmental factors. The speed you receive where you live may be lower than that listed above. You can check the estimated speed to your property prior to purchasing.

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100Mbps broadband deals

100Mbps broadband is brilliant for busy households, where inhabitants are streaming, gaming and downloading simultaneously. We take a look at what's on offer and which providers you can choose from.

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What is 100Mbps broadband?

The term '100Mbps broadband' refers to a superfast broadband service with average download speeds of 100 megabytes per second, or above.

A 100Mbps service great if you live in a busy family home or multiple occupancy student household, where a slower broadband connection may struggle to cope with the extra demands being made of it.

100Mbps broadband is especially apt if the inhabitants of your home like to play games online, stream HD or UHD video and download video games and movies. Or do all these things simultaneously.

Can I get 100Mbps broadband deals in my area?

A wide range of household-name providers now offer 100Mbps broadband packages, but availability depends on the area in which you live.

If you enter your postcode into our availability checker, we'll show you the 100Mbps broadband packages on offer at your address.

Which providers offer 100Mbps broadband?

Depending on your location, the range of providers that offer 100Mbps broadband includes:

What are the pros and cons of 100Mbps broadband?

Not sure if 100Mbps broadband is right for you? We've outlined all the good and bad things you need to know about below...

Pros of 100Mbps broadband

  • Speedy downloads
  • Ideal for large households
  • You get more done, faster
  • Excellent for online gaming

Cons of 100Mbps broadband

  • There will be cheaper broadband deals available
  • If you light-usage household, you may end up paying more than you need to

Frequently asked questions

How fast is 100Mbps?

100Mbps broadband is impressively fast and will easily cope with large households of people who are online simultaneously. Even if they're putting major demands on their connection by playing games online or downloading HD movies.

Generally, a good internet speed is considered to be about 25Mbps or above. Those in the 100Mbps+ range are considered to be superfast.