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*Annual Savings based on average monthly bill of £37.11 from nationally representative sample (1000) vs our cheapest monthly cost for superfast broadband (>55Mbs), Onestream £20.00 month.

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*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.

Fibre/cable services at your postcode are subject to availability. You can confirm availability on the provider's website.

Some broadband providers may increase monthly prices each year during your contract. Please refer to individual broadband provider's terms and conditions before signing up.

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How to switch broadband

There are three simple steps to switch broadband providers

  • 1

    Check you're out of contract

    Ensure you're no longer within the minium terms of the contract with your current broadband provider. You can find out by looking at your original contract, confirmation email, or by contacting their customer service.

  • 2

    Enter your postcode and choose a personalised bundle

    We algorithmically sort broadband packages based on your location, the speed you'd get, and how much it costs.

  • 3

    Complete your switch

    Your new provider should contact your current provider and arrange the switch for you. And you'll receive letters and emails updating you on this.

What types of broadband are there in 2024?

Depending on where you live, how broadband is delivered to your home varies.

FTTC (sometimes called 'part-fibre') is available in most UK homes and is how you're most likely connected to the internet.

FTTC uses fibre optic cables to connect to your local street cabinet and copper cables to connect the cabinet to your premises.

With FTTC, you can expect download speeds anywhere from 30 to 250Mbps, which is enough for most households.

Since Virgin Media uses its own technology to deliver broadband to your premises, it's not reliant on the same copper cabling used by other FTTC providers. Instead, it uses coaxial cables to connect your home to the local street cabinet.

This is why Virgin Media often delivers the best broadband speeds in areas it serves, competing even with full fibre download speeds.

Full fibre connects your home to the internet using nothing but fibre optic cables, meaning it doesn't rely on slower copper or coaxial cabling.

Full fibre, on average, has better upload speeds, download speeds, and latency compared against copper-based technologies and Virgin Media's coaxial cabling.

As of July 2024, full fibre is available in 61% of the UK, with Northern Ireland leading the way at 91% coverage.

Beyond fixed broadband, mobile broadband connections are becoming more commonplace and can deliver speeds rivalling fibre.

With mobile broadband, there's typically no engineer visit as you're using the same kind of internet signal found in your phone.

Beyond the home, you can use a mobile broadband connection as portable Wi-Fi - though hot-spotting with your phone is generally fine for remote working and travel.

In extreme cases, satellite broadband can keep you connected when there is no fixed or mobile broadband availability, such as on a boat or in very rural areas.

You won't find any satellite internet providers on our panel, so if you need this service you'll need to consult specialist providers.

Rob Baillie

Switching your broadband today could save you up to £205

With inflation down to just over 2% as of April 2024, the cost-of-living crisis is showing signs of abating at last. But for many of us, it doesn’t feel like it. So it’s critical you shop around for your broadband and vote with your feet.

The good news is if you switch with us today, we can save you an average of £205i. That’s nearly three weeks’ worth of groceries for the average family of four.

- Rob Baillie , Mobiles & Broadband Expert

What to consider before switching your broadband provider

  • Are you still within your contract?

    If you're still in your minimum term, you'd be subject to an early repayment charge if you ended the contract early.

    If you're out of contract or approaching the end, you can switch without penalty.

  • Can you get a better deal for the same price?

    A tariff may offer everything you’re looking for, but does it come at the right monthly price and offer good value for money? Shop around to find the right tariff at the best possible price.

  • Can you get any bundles, freebies, or cashback?

    Many providers offer tempting incentives, such as cashback or gift cards, to new customers. These may help bring down the cost of an expensive broadband deal, although you should also consider whether these gifts are as important as factors such as speed and cost

  • Do you need extra services, like mobile SIMs or TV packages?

    Many providers offer other services alongside broadband, including home phone, TV and streaming bundles, and mobile SIMs.

Should I bundle my broadband?

Bundling your services can save you up to 36% on your broadband bills - just be sure you're using the services you pay for

Broadband and TV packages are cost-effective if you already pay for TV services like Netflix, Sky Sports, or other Sky channels.

One bill could save you money, and Ofcom estimates that bundling services is up to 34% cheaper than buying them individually from separate providers.

Beyond landlines, broadband providers are starting to bundle SIM cards with a broadband connection. If you're currently on a SIM-only contract and it's up for renewal soon, look into combining your phone and broadband - it could work out a lot cheaper.

Bundling your broadband, phone, and TV packages will typically cost less than buying them all from separate providers - just be sure you're using what you're paying for.

Many providers offer just the broadband connection, so if you don't need TV channels, a landline, or any other services, then opting for a 'broadband only' connection could save you up to 15% on your broadband bills.

Mobile broadband has come a long way, with providers like Three offering 4G & 5G home broadband connections at speeds of up to 150Mbps.

What broadband speed do I need?

Whether you're looking for a cheap and cheerful connection or high-spec full fibre, there's a broadband deal for everyone. Finding the best deals for you starts with understanding how you plan to use it or if bundling your services lower your monthly bill.

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    I like to browse and send emails

    Up to 15Mbps: This is ideal if you live alone or just with one other person, and you use the internet for basic use like browsing, social media and emails. Opt for standard ASDL deal and save money for choosing the cheapest option, and if you don't need a landline, a broadband only deal can save you money.

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    I work from home, or have a large household

    30-60Mbps: A household of four or more users will need a faster connection, especially if they have multiple devices. A fibre optic broadband connection with speeds over 34Mbps should be robust enough to handle multiple users, from streaming Netflix to making video calls.

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    I like to game, stream in 4K, or use smart devices

    Up to 500Mbps: Gamers need great upload speeds to minimise lag, and if you've got a lot of smart devices in your home that bandwidth can add up fast. Our curated broadband for gamers deals takes these requirements into account.

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    I feel the need for serious speed

    Up to 1Gbps (1,000Mbps): If you want buttery smooth buffering and more bandwidth than you could ask for, gigabit broadband delivers. These come at a premium, but the ultrafast download speeds let you download files quickly, stream without interruption, and use lots of devices at once.

Check your broadband speed in under a minute

  • Find out your download speed, upload speed, and ping - all for free, and in under a minute

  • Check you're getting what you pay for

  • See if you can switch to a faster, or cheaper, provider

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Broadband explained

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You should be notified when your contract comes to an end, but you don’t have to wait until then. You can check when your contract expires – or if it already has done – by logging into your online account or calling up to check.

Prices can shoot up once the contract expires, so you should switch to a new deal as soon as possible.

At the end of your contract, you can either choose to remain with your current provider, or switch to a better deal without having to pay any early exit fees.

Ask yourself if you’ve been happy with the speeds, customer service and overall experience. If the answer is no, it’s well worth shopping around for a better deal.

Even if you’re generally happy with your current provider, it might still be worth switching once your contract finishes. This is because prices often increase once the minimum term is up, and you can get the best discounts and extra rewards if you’re a new customer with another provider.

If you don’t want to switch just yet, you can also call your current provider to haggle for a better deal.

As a rule of thumb, the advertised speeds must be available to at least 50% of the provider’s customers between the peak hours of 8pm to 10pm.

However, even though a broadband package may be advertised as a certain speed, it’s common that it won’t always reach that. Many factors can affect your broadband speed, such as your location and the amount of network traffic in your area.

Many providers have minimum speed guarantees. If your speeds are still below the guaranteed minimum after 30 days and your provider hasn’t been able to improve that, you have the right to leave your contract without paying early exit fees.

Whether you're a small or larger business, there are plenty of business broadband and landline deals to choose from. Services can vary from provider to provider, but getting business broadband is pretty straightforward. The first step is to type in your postcode on our business broadband checker to find what's available at your address.

If you require an engineer visit or equipment, this often carries a cost.

You can compare broadband contracts with no upfront cost, but note that sometimes, a deal with slightly higher upfront costs might also come with a lower monthly charge, so you’ll actually pay less overall. It’s important to weigh up any upfront costs with the monthly cost.

To see the lowest-cost deals, sort your results by ‘total first-year cost’.

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