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Just Broadband

Sky broadband
Sky Broadband Essential
Average 11mb speeds
Unlimited usage
PAYG calls
£9.95 set-up
£25 £20.00 a month
Subscription Discount
+ Free Activation

18 month contract
Limited time offer

Sports Bundle Discount
TV, Fibre & Phone Bundle

Virgin Media
Virgin Bigger + Sports Bundle
Sky Sports HD & BT Sport in UHD
Average 108mb speeds
Unlimited usage
£35 set-up
£110 £65 a month
12 months Free
Sky Sports in HD

12 month contract
Limited time offer

Big Reward Incentive
Just Fibre Broadband

BT Broadband deal
BT Unlimited Fibre 2
Average 67mb speeds
Unlimited usage
Free Weekend calls
£9.99 set-up
£45.99 £39.99 a month
Subscription Discount
+ £120 Reward Card

18 month contract
Offer ends 22nd August

*line rental included

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Sky TV and Broadband deal Sky TV and Broadband Deal – Big discounts launched with this flash sale Friday, 9 August, 2019 - Sky knock-off £20 per month to lure new customers with this latest Sky TV and Fibre Broadband deal - for… ...Read more
Virgin Free Speaker Free Speaker with Virgin Media Bundles – Get a Free Harman Smart Speaker worth £179 Monday, 5 August, 2019 - Have you heard about the latest Virgin Media Flash Sale? If you switch you can claim a free gift, this… ...Read more
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NOW TV Football season ticket offer NOW TV Sky Sports Season Ticket Offer – Save over 40% and watch the lot for £199 Thursday, 1 August, 2019 - NOW TV cut the cost of the football season Pass with this money saving deal. Get 10 months worth of… ...Read more
BT free xBox BT Broadband with a Free Xbox – Get your Xbox One S and £80 Reward with this deal Tuesday, 30 July, 2019 - If you're looking to switch your broadband service and fancy a free Xbox One S, then consider BT's new flash… ...Read more
Vodafone free Amazon Echo Vodafone Broadband with a Free Amazon Echo – Home Broadband Offer Tuesday, 30 July, 2019 - Latest Vodafone home broadband offer with fibre broadband from £19.99 a month and a free Amazon Echo Plus worth £139.99.… ...Read more
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Sky Sports Offer Sky Sports Offer – All Sky Sports and Entertainment in HD with this Flash Sale Saturday, 27 July, 2019 - Sky launches this Sky Sports Offer with the 'Live Action bundle' and saves customers £270. Last updated for . Sky… ...Read more

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How do I compare broadband?


What broadband speed do I need?

This burning question is something we all ask ourselves when deciding on our next broadband deal. None of us wants to be left stranded when watching a movie with drop-outs and buffering. And we don’t want our connection to slow to a crawl when someone else jumps online. We also do not want to pay over the odds for a service we simply do not need.

The actual speed you require for your home, all depends on the kind of online activity you use your service for. If you live alone or in a household where everyday surfing amounts to watching iPlayer, YouTube, shopping, checking emails and social media – then a standard 17mb broadband service should be sufficient.

If your home has multiple devices connected to your router simultaneously, and are used for streaming TV, online gaming and large downloads – then considering an affordable fibre broadband connection is highly recommended. Read more or take a Speed Test.


Usage allowance – how much is enough?

Most broadband products now come with unlimited broadband allowance. The few capped services which remain may be suitable for some users, but there’s now very little difference in the monthly cost. With this in-mind, you should consider an unlimited service when comparing broadband deals.

The main focus now is on those providers who provide truly unlimited broadband, as-appose-to those who operate traffic managed services. Traffic management helps providers’ run their network efficiently at peak times – so those customers frequently downloading large files will notice their connection slowed, as priority is given to those who are using their connection for more instantaneous activities. Read more


How much can I expect to pay for my set-up?

Most broadband, TV and phone packages include the right kit to get you up and running. If you order digital TV on its’ own or indeed part of a package, then you will receive a set-to-box. Similarly, if you order broadband, then your new provider will send you a router. This kit is normally advertised as free or included. However, the set-up or upfront cost is the one to look out for.

Set-up costs can vary from free to as much as £59.95. This fee depends on the kind of package you go for and what deals are on the market. Don’t let that put you off, some of the super-fast fibre broadband products carry the higher set-up fees, but you can often get a deal with discount monthly subscription or some kind of reward or voucher to off-set the charge.

Another point to note is that, some providers’ insist that you pay any set-up charges when you place your order. While others charge this to your first bill.

Most providers charge a router delivery fee when you sign-up to broadband (normally around £9.95). However, there are a couple of exceptions who waver all upfront costs, with First Utility broadband and Vodafone broadband currently leading the way.