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Should I get a broadband and TV bundle?

If you’re thinking of getting broadband and TV, it may be worth getting them together as a broadband and TV package. Bundling your broadband and TV services together can come with several advantages over getting each service separately, including:

  • A better price, as providers sometimes offer discounts if you sign up for multiple products - Ofcom data indicates that bundling services can save you up to 34%.1

  • Free extras, such as cashback, vouchers, or gadgets like laptops and tablets, as an incentive for joining

  • More convenience – you’ll only have one bill and one point of contact for all the services in the bundle, so it’s easier to manage

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What types of TV packages are there?

  • You can get TV in your home in four ways:

  • Satellite: This involves getting a satellite dish installed on the outside of your home – you’ll need this if you want to watch live TV via Sky Q.

  • Cable: This features an underground cable which brings your TV signal – only offered by Virgin Media, who cover approximately 53% of the UK.2

  • Internet TV: This is how services like Sky, Virgin, and BT offer on-demand television (anything that’s not being broadcast as live TV).

  • Streaming: Services such as Netflix, Prime, or iPlayer offer content through smart TVs, games consoles and other devices.


How to switch broadband

There are three simple steps to switch broadband providers

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    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.

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

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    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’s included in a broadband and TV package?

As the name suggests, a broadband and TV package includes both your broadband and TV services. In many cases, line rental is also included (as the provider may use your phone line to deliver their broadband services to your home).

Most providers will offer fibre optic broadband. As for TV, this varies depending on the provider. Big names like Sky and Virgin Media offer comprehensive TV packages that include their own high-tech TV boxes and plenty of live and exclusive channels.

Some other providers, such as EE and TalkTalk, offer simpler plans: usually a set-top box where you can access live Freeview channels, on-demand players, and streaming apps.

NOW’s broadband and TV packages are a little different. Instead of a TV box, you can choose one or more NOW TV memberships to add to your plan. These work like streaming subscriptions – you sign up to a monthly membership, which allows you to stream shows, films and sports channels across different devices.

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How to get a better broadband deal

Whether it's cheap and cheerful or high-spec full fibre, everyone's needs are different, and finding the best deal for you starts with understanding how you plan to use it or if bundling your services lower your monthly bill

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    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.

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Broadband explained

Yes, most popular providers offer broadband, phone and TV deals.

Most broadband deals come with line rental already included, as that’s usually how the internet connection is delivered to your home. Depending on the provider’s broadband, phone and TV bundles, you might start off with the most basic “Pay as you go” plan, or get a bumped-up package (for example, Virgin Media’s bundles may come with weekend or anytime calls).

You’ll typically be able to add extras to your line rental deal, such as:

  • Evening and weekend calls

  • Anytime calls

  • Monthly minutes

  • International calls

  • Premium calls

  • Mobile phone calls

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Many broadband and TV plans come with line rental already included. Nevertheless, it’s still possible to find standalone broadband and TV deals that don’t come with a landline.

As Virgin Media doesn’t deliver its internet connection via a phone line, you can choose to get a standalone broadband and TV bundle.

BT also gives you the option to take broadband without a home phone service. If you have full fibre with EE, you can get a broadband and TV package without a phone line.

With TV, we’d say that you get what you pay for. Premium services from Sky, Virgin Media and BT cost a pretty penny, but you get tons of live sport, exclusive channels and top-quality entertainment.

If you mainly watch TV via your favourite streaming subscriptions, you may want to consider adding a TV plan to your existing EE, TalkTalk or Vodafone broadband plan. These don’t get you the range of exclusive channels and live TV, but it’s a handy way of getting Freeview channels and all your favourite apps in one place.

All that said, we’d give NOW TV a shout. It’s the cheapest way of getting access to Sky channels, and you don’t have to be tied to a lengthy contract to get it. Not to mention, NOW Broadband is one of the more budget-friendly broadband options out there, too.

It’s also worth mentioning that Sky and NOW are the only two providers that let you take out a standalone TV plan – you don’t have to get broadband with them.

When you’re comparing deals that include broadband, there are a few things you should pay attention to, so you can get the best deal for your money:

Download speed: One of the most important factors to consider is the speed of your internet connection. If you’re a heavy internet user – for example, if you stream HD video or play games online – you’ll likely need faster broadband. Most entry-level

Fibre optic broadband can reach speeds between 36-68Mbps, while full fibre connections can go to 100Mbps and beyond, with more reliable streaming uptime than non-FTTP connections. 3

Availability: Some providers may only offer certain types of connections in some areas of the UK. This is why it’s best to run your postcode through our postcode checker; you’ll be able to see the best and cheapest connections available where you are, making it easier to find the right deal.

Equipment: Some broadband tariffs might need you to have certain equipment when setting up a new connection, such as a new phone line or a new router. It’s possible you’ll have to pay for the hardware yourself, but many companies provide it for free. However, some may charge a fee for delivery or setting up the connection – more on that below.

Freebies: You might find that some offers come with free gifts , discounts on your monthly bill, or incentives such as vouchers or cashback. While these won’t affect the quality of the connection you get, it could sway you towards a particular deal.

Customer support: As frustrating as it can be when the internet goes down, having a good customer support agent can be a big help while you wait. Reading customer reviews online can give you an insight into what it’s really like being with a given provider, so you know what to expect when you need assistance

Contract length: Keep in mind how long you’re prepared to commit to a broadband deal. Most providers offer 12-month, 18-month or 24-month contracts, though a few also have monthly rolling contracts

Cost: Perhaps the most important thing to consider is the price you’ll pay for your broadband. Faster speeds and unlimited downloads are likely to raise the price, while signing up to a longer-term contract may bring down the monthly cost. At any rate, comparing your options can always help you find the best available deal.

To get the most out of your broadband and TV package, you should know what you want from it – for example, if you’re looking for the best live TV on the market, or you prefer streaming content. It’s important to weigh up the cost with what channels are on offer, as you don’t want to pay more for services you won’t use.

Sky, Virgin Media and BT are the most popular broadband and TV providers in the UK, as they offer the best selections of live TV and exclusive content. However, if you mainly stream via Netflix, Apple TV or Prime, you may be better off with a TV box from the likes of EE, TalkTalk or Vodafone. And if you usually watch TV on your phone, tablet or laptop, NOW TV is likely the best option for you.

Also, many providers will let you customise your TV plan with an array of add-on services. They may offer different bundles of channels, such as sports channels or kids' channels, or extra subscriptions like Netflix. In most cases, you’ll be able to choose specific channels or sets of channels to add to your TV plan.

Other factors you might want to consider when choosing a TV deal include:

  • Whether you can record, pause, or rewind live TV

  • If you have access to on-demand shows or movies

  • Whether you can access TV on other devices, such as a laptop, tablet or mobile

  • Whether you need a satellite dish installed outside your home (only if you’re thinking of getting Sky Q)

Some channels are available through a variety of providers, while you can only get others from one specific provider. For example:

  • TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport): TNT Sports is available through BT, Virgin Media, Sky, TalkTalk and Plusnet, though the price you’ll pay to add it will vary depending on the provider. You can also get TNT Sports as an Inclusive Extra with eligible EE mobile plans

  • Sky Sports: You can add Sky Sports channels to your Sky, Virgin Media or BT TV package. You can also get Sky Sports through a NOW Sports Membership – an on-demand service that anyone can sign up to on a monthly rolling basis

  • Sky Cinema: As with Sky Sports, you can access Sky’s excellent selection of films through Sky itself, as well as with select BT and Virgin Media plans. And if you sign up to a NOW Cinema Membership, you can enjoy the same movies and Sky Originals

  • Sky Atlantic: Sky Atlantic – home to hit TV shows like Succession and The Last of Us – is only available through Sky and NOW TV’s Entertainment Membership, the latter of which you can get as part of certain BT TV plans. However, if you want to consistently stream in full HD quality without paying anything extra, Sky is the way to go

If you’re looking to cut the monthly cost of your broadband and TV package, you have a number of options:

  • If you’re coming to the end of your existing deal, use our search tool to see if you can get a similar package for less money. That may involve switching to a different provider, but it will save you money in the long run

  • Consider whether you use all the channels you have - you may find that you don’t use your current broadband and TV plan to its full potential. For example, if you don’t watch movies, but love watching sport, see if your provider can change your bundle to cut your costs

  • Bundle streaming services instead - Vodafone and EE allow their customers to bundle streaming services instead of channels. In general, this works out cheaper and you can always end subscriptions for the services you do not use

  • Consider opting for a broadband-only deal - this way you can add streaming services you want without the same higher cost for TV every month. Doing so means you could take out Netflix when new shows come out, or add a NOW TV pass for big Premier League match

The fact is that top-end TV packages are expensive. If you want to keep costs down, there are ways to watch the best TV around without a large monthly outlay:

  • Make use of BBC iPlayer. The BBC streaming service is free to use, apart from the cost of a TV licence, which you need to take out to use a TV anyhow. It costs £169.50 a year, or approximately £14 a month, around the same price as a streaming platform, but with live TV and a huge archive to choose from

  • Take out ad-supported streaming plans. Netflix offers a plan that includes ads at a lower rate of £4.99 a month while Disney+ is launching a similar tier for the same price in November 2023. Amazon is reportedly planning the same for its Prime Video service.

  • Make the most of NOW TV passes. If you want to binge the latest hit TV show or catch a Premier League game every now and then, NOW TV passes are ideal. Entertainment and Cinema plans can be bought for £6.99 and £9.99 a month respectively. Sports is pricier at £11.98 for 24 hours or £26 a month for Sky Sports access. This is cheaper than a full on Sky package. You can also bundle TNT Sports with some mobile packages, allowing you to stream sports on your phone.

You can get both Sky Sports and Sky Cinema from many providers, though in different ways.

Of course, the most obvious way of getting both Sky Sports and Sky Cinema is directly from Sky itself.

BT’s top-of-the-range VIP package combines both Sky Sports and Sky Cinema, though you can also choose to add a NOW Cinema Membership to any of its other TV packages (which gets you access to Sky Cinema channels).

Similarly, some Virgin Media TV packages already come with both Sky Sports and Cinema, and you have the option to add them as extra subscriptions if your package doesn’t come with them.

In most cases, yes – getting broadband and TV bundled together usually works out cheaper than getting them separately as standalone services.

On the flip side, if you’re a fairly light TV user, you might save money by getting a cheap broadband deal and signing up to a separate NOW TV Membership.

That depends on the provider, but generally speaking, most providers only offer their TV services to existing broadband customers.

The two notable exceptions are Sky TV and NOW TV. You don’t have to be a Sky or NOW broadband customer, as you can sign up to their TV plans as standalone services.

Yes. No matter if you’re getting a comprehensive TV plan from the likes of Sky and Virgin Media, or just a set-top box, you’ll be able to easily access all your favourite streaming apps via your chosen TV equipment.

Some plans come with certain streaming services included, such as NOW TV Memberships, a Netflix subscription, or a few months of free Apple TV+. Otherwise, you’ll have to pay for any extra streaming subscriptions you want to take out (on top of whatever TV bundle you’ve chosen).

EE and Vodafone both offer an Apple TV 4K box with their broadband and TV packages. That means you can stream the latest shows from Apple TV+; not to mention, if you’re signing up for the first time, you might get three months’ free access.

Plus, with Apple TV 4K, you get easy access to other players and streaming apps, including BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, Prime Video, and Netflix, as well as gaming services.

Absolutely. Virtually all broadband providers now offer fibre broadband as standard. Faster (FTTP) deals can also be paired with TV packages.

It depends on the provider you go with. BT, Virgin and Sky will likely require an engineer to visit your home to install your TV service and ensure it works.

If you’re just getting a simple set-top box (such as the Apple TV 4K) with your broadband, then you’ll be able to plug this in and set it up yourself. And if you’ve opted for a NOW TV Membership, it’s even simpler – you’ll just need to log in on the device you’re watching on.

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