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Online exclusive Sport + Fibre 1

New customers only Offer Ends 13/08/2020 Free access to BT Wi-Fi hotspots

Online exclusive Entertainment + Fibre 1

New customers only Offer Ends 13/08/2020 Free access to BT Wi-Fi hotspots

Superfast 2 Extra with Apple TV

Save £2.00 p/m for existing Vodafone mobile customers 1 year Apple TV+ subscription

Superfast 1 Extra with Apple TV

Save £2.00 p/m for existing Vodafone mobile customers 1 year Apple TV+ subscription

Super Fibre + Entertainment Pass Attachment + Free Anytime Calls

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Fab Fibre + Entertainment Pass Attachment + Free Anytime Calls

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Brilliant Broadband + Entertainment Pass Attachment + Free Anytime Calls

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Brilliant Broadband + Sky Cinema Attachment + Free Anytime Calls

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TV Plus with Faster Fibre + Entertainment Boost

New customers only Fixed price for length of contract

TV Plus with Superfast Fibre + Entertainment Boost

New customers only Fixed price for length of contract

*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.

Providers may increase charges. You should have the right to exit your contract without penalty if this happens.

Compare broadband, phone and TV deals

Combining broadband, phone and TV into a single bundle can help you save money and avoid hassle.

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Should I get a broadband, phone and TV bundle?

Combining your broadband, phone and TV package into one bundle from a single provider may be cheaper than buying each service separately – but to be sure, you should always shop around before taking a bundle out.

When you compare your options, price isn’t the only thing to take into account. You should also consider the following aspects of each service to make sure you get the most suitable deal.

90% of people get their broadband and landline from the same provider

Data collected by Lightspeed/Mintel in January 2019, accurate as of May 2019

How do I choose between broadband deals?

Comparing broadband deals is easier when you know what to look for, so remember to consider factors such as download limits and speeds, contract length and overall cost.

  • Download limit: Your download limit will be measured in megabytes (MB) and gigabytes (GB), but many providers offer unlimited downloads as standard
  • Download speed: Connection speeds however are measured in megabits per second (Mb/s), and the speed you get will depend on the locations your provider can reach as well as the type of connection you they offer. You can learn more about how this works with our guide to bits and bytes
  • Availability: As mentioned above, not all types of connection are available in every location across the UK – but you can check which ones are available in your area with MoneySuperMarket’s postcode checker
  • Customer support: It’s inevitable that your broadband will go down at some point, and when it does helpful customer support is exactly what you need. Check customer reviews online to get a better idea of what to expect with different providers
  • Contract length: Most providers offer broadband in 12- or 24-month contracts, but you might also be able to find rolling monthly deals if you prefer
  • Equipment: Some providers or connections might require the installation of new equipment. Often the provider will take care of the installation cost, but not always – check to be sure you aren’t paying more than you want to
  • Freebies and incentives: Providers are also likely to offer incentives like cashback or free gifts to entice you, but while these can be fun and helpful they won’t affect the quality of your connection
  • Overall cost: Probably the most important factor to consider, the overall cost of your broadband deal will take into account all of the above

How do I choose between phone deals?

Landline packages are often included as standard with broadband deals, but it’s still important to consider how many calls you’ll be making or minutes you’ll be using – keep an eye out for the following.

  • Free call minutes every month
  • Set periods such as evenings or weekends when you can make free calls
  • Free rates for the first 20 minutes of your calls, before being charged at a set rate if they go on for longer
  • Charges for calling international, mobile phone or premium numbers, for example those starting with 0870

How do I choose between TV deals?

When you compare TV deals factor in what kind of telly you watch as well as when and where you’ll be watching, as this will help you choose the right TV bundle. Consider whether you want or need any of the following.

  • Certain TV channels or packages such as sports, movies or entertainment
  • On-demand content
  • The ability to record, rewind or pause live television
  • The ability to watch TV on other devices, like your laptop, tablet or mobile phone

What else should I consider before buying a broadband, phone and TV bundle?

To make sure a combined tariff is really in your best interest, ask yourself how useful a bundle will be and whether you’ll benefit from having all services in one – have a think about these factors.

  1. How much TV you watch: If you don’t really watch a lot of TV, or you rely mostly on streaming platforms, it might be cheaper to look for broadband and phone deals
  2. Whether you want a landline: If you don’t want a landline as part of your bundle, there are providers who offer it without. However this is rare as most broadband deals come with landline as standard, because the tech used is usually linked
  3. The limited options you may have: There aren’t as many providers who offer all three services in one deal, so your options will probably be limited
  4. How likely you are to switch provider: If you want to switch one or two of your services to a new provider, it could be a hassle to separate them and you might lose out on any savings
One in five people switched bundle providers in the last year

Data collected by Lightspeed/Mintel in January 2019, accurate as of May 2019

Compare broadband, phone and TV deals

Finding the right broadband, phone and TV bundle is easier when you compare deals on MoneySuperMarket.

Just enter your postcode into our checker and tell us what you want from your ideal broadband, phone and TV deal and we’ll show you exactly what’s available in your area.

You can compare tariffs and providers by the quality of your broadband connection, the channels you’ll get on your TV and the different call rates you’ll get with your landline, as well as the overall cost and any freebies included.

Once you’ve found the deal you want, just click through to the provider to finalise your purchase.