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4th Utility Broadband Deals

  • Full-fibre broadband
  • Ultrafast speeds up to 900Mbps
  • 12-month or 24-month contracts

Ultra Fast

New customers only
  • 250Mb average* speed

Super Fast

New customers only
  • 100Mb average* speed

Exceedingly Fast

New customers only
  • 500Mb average* speed

Super Fast

New customers only
  • 100Mb average* speed

Super Fast

New customers only
  • 100Mb average* speed

Ridiculously Fast

New customers only
  • 900Mb average* speed

Exceedingly Fast

New customers only
  • 500Mb average* speed

Ultra Fast

New customers only
  • 250Mb average* speed

Exceedingly Fast

New customers only
  • 500Mb average* speed

Ridiculously Fast

New customers only
  • 900Mb average* speed

Ridiculously Fast

New customers only
  • 900Mb average* speed

Data last updated: Tuesday 21 May 2024 at 09:51

*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.

Everything you need to know about 4th Utility Broadband

4th Utility is an independent broadband provider that offers fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband only. Known as Full Fibre, this means there isn’t a trace of copper wire at any point in your connection, with fibre optic cables coming straight into your home. You’ll need to have such infrastructure installed in your area in order to sign up to a 4th Utility deal.

Why choose 4th Utility Broadband?

There are loads of reasons to choose 4th Utility. These include:

  • All contracts are full fibre, meaning the best speeds around
  • Great range of deals, from 50Mbps all the way to 900Mbps
  • Good value plans
  • Option to take our 24-month, 12-month or rolling contracts, meaning greater flexibility to suit all needs and budgets

What packages can I get with 4th Utility Broadband?

All 4th Utility broadband packages offer full fibre, meaning you do not need a traditional phone line in order to get one. You will have to have fibre to the premises (FTTP) installed where you live, however.

There are a wide range of packages to choose from, all of which come with unlimited data.

Remarkably Fast – 50Mbps

This entry level package comes with 50Mbps upload and download speeds, great for home schooling and scrolling and a bit of streaming on the side.

Super Fast – 100Mbps

At 100Mbps, super fast is designed for streaming, working from home and some gaming too. Upload and download speeds are identical.

Ultra Fast – 250Mbps

The 250Mbps ultrafast offering is billed as being ideal for large homes with lots of devices, from consoles and TVs to smart home products.

Exceedingly Fast – 500Mbps

At 500Mbps, this package will suit all but the most hardcore of users, with highly impressive top download and upload speeds.

Ridiculously Fast – 900Mbps

One for the future proofers, gamers and 4K streamers, this 900Mbps package is the best 4th utility has to offer.

Can I get 4th Utility Broadband deals in my area?

To check whether you can get 4th utility broadband where you live, just use our postcode checker.

It will show you all the best deals in your area, including 4th utility plans if they are available.

Does 4th Utility Broadband offer broadband-only deals without a landline?

As 4th Utility broadband only deals in full fibre packages, all of its deals are broadband-only. Full fibre does not require an old style landline to get into the home, like fibre to the cabinet broadband and slower ADSL.

You can still get home phone to add onto your broadband, however. It just means that calls will be made over the internet via VoIP, rather than the usual copper phone lines.

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