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Today's Best Broadband Deals

Here are some of our best broadband deals on offer

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  • BT Fibre 2
  • £110 Reward Card
  • £9.99 setup fee
  • Line rental included
£ 31.99 per month
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Offer ends 28th January

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  • Plusnet Fibre Extra
  • £50 Reward card
  • No setup fee - usually £10
  • Line rental included
£ 24.99 per month
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Offer ends 27th January

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  • Vodafone Superfast 2
  • 63Mbps for the price of 35Mbps
  • Fibre Broadband
  • No setup fee
£ 23.00 per month
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Offer ends 28th January

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Our speeds listed above are based on the speeds of at least 50% of customers at peak time (8pm to 10pm). Broadband speed may vary depending on location, this can be checked before you switch your broadband supplier. Enter your postcode to check what broadband deals and speeds are available in your area.

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TalkTalk Reviews

2019Review by Tom

Switched to TalkTalk fibre. The speed is actually faster then I got with BT. I pay £22.95 for 74.3Mbps down & 19.3Mbps up

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2020Review by Alan

OK so on the hole plusnet have been ok. It just works as expected. But I would like to point out one really stupid problem

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Zen Broadband Reviews

2020Review by Chris

Joined Zen broadband over 18 years ago. From dial up and ADSL then eventually FTTC. The service has been exceptional

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Broadband switching guide

What you need to know before you switch your broadband provider

No ..... but we do compare the majority of major UK broadband providers, as well as some of the smaller ones like B4RN. Our broadband results are not sponsored or driven by commission, unlike some other broadband comparison websites. Just apply filter options to tailor the results that you want to see. If you enter your postcode into the postcode checker, the results will only show you which providers are available in your area. Here are the broadband providers that we do compare (in no particular order): TalkTalk, Shell Energy (formerly known as First Utility), Plusnet, John Lewis Broadband, Virgin Media, SSE, EE Broadband, NOW Broadband, Sky, Vodafone, Zen, Onestream, Hyperoptic & BT.
Not in the deals on Fasterbroadband, but there are a few things that you should be aware of! Phone and broadband providers used to advertise broadband prices with an eye catching price tag, then in the small print mention that you still had to order phone line rental. This would often raise the price significantly. Since October 2016 the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) have clamped down on this misleading practice. So, now the broadband prices advertised include line rental. If you use our broadband calculator and filter by ‘First year cost’ the figures that you see will include all extras e.g. the cost of posting the router, installation fees etc.
With any ADSL broadband connection the broadband is sent down the copper phone line. Even if you have Superfast fibre broadband the last part of the connection from the telephone exchange to your property still requires the phone line. To ditch your landline you need to have access to ‘Full Fibre Broadband’ also known as fibre to the premises (FTTP). As it implies, the fibre broadband connection does not stop at the local street cabinet, it continues directly to your premises. This means that you no longer need to rely on your old copper telephone cable to get broadband. It’s still relatively expensive to install as it requires new cables being installed to your property. A typical average FTTP download speed is between 330Mbps to 1Gbps and is the future of broadband in the UK. Here are some broadband providers offering FTTP: Vodafone, B4RN, BT, Virgin Media
The simple answer is YES! As long as you're not moving house away from your current telephone exchange. If you're switching to Virgin Media they too will allow you to keep your old telephone number. You will be asked which number you would like to transfer during the sign up process.