Broadband Unbundled Deals

Compare broadband deals, phone line & TV to create your perfect package

We compare 16 major providers. See who we do & don't compare.

Enter your postcode and current supplier - the deals you can get depend on where you live and who you're with.

Coronavirus & switching broadband

For most, switching is fine as no one needs access to your home – it's sorted remotely. Yet for those switching from cable (eg, Virgin), you'll likely need a BT Openreach engineer to come into your home. They will tell you if they need to beforehand and will be obeying social distancing and taking extra precautions to keep you safe.

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M500 Fibre Broadband Only

18 month contract
New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 4.6/10 (OK)
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
18 month contract
  • Average 516Mb Broadband
  • Truly Unlimited Downloads
Usage details
'£39.22'
Effective monthly cost
This effective monthly cost is made up of:
  • Costs added up:
    £42.00/mth Virgin Media broadband
  • Rewards taken off:
    £50 voucher - you must claim it
With the total then spread over the contract
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
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Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct
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Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct

M350 Fibre Broadband Only

18 month contract
New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 4.6/10 (OK)
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
18 month contract
  • Average 362Mb Broadband
  • Truly Unlimited Downloads
Usage details
'£33.22'
Effective monthly cost
This effective monthly cost is made up of:
  • Costs added up:
    £36.00/mth Virgin Media broadband
  • Rewards taken off:
    £50 Voucher redeemable at Amazon.co.uk - you must claim it
With the total then spread over the contract
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
Get deal* Get deal*
Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct
Get deal* Get deal*
Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct

M200 Fibre Broadband Only

18 month contract
New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 4.6/10 (OK)
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
18 month contract
  • Average 213Mb Broadband
  • Truly Unlimited Downloads
Usage details
'£27.22'
Effective monthly cost
This effective monthly cost is made up of:
  • Costs added up:
    £30.00/mth Virgin Media broadband
  • Rewards taken off:
    £50 - Amazon Voucher - you must claim it
With the total then spread over the contract
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
Get deal* Get deal*
Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct
Get deal* Get deal*
Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct

M100 Fibre Broadband Only

18 month contract
New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 4.6/10 (OK)
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
18 month contract
  • Average 108Mb Broadband
  • Truly Unlimited Downloads
Usage details
'£21.22'
Effective monthly cost
This effective monthly cost is made up of:
  • Costs added up:
    £24.00/mth Virgin Media broadband
  • Rewards taken off:
    £50 Amazon Voucher - you must claim it
With the total then spread over the contract
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
Get deal* Get deal*
Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct
Get deal* Get deal*
Ends 10.55pm Thu 22 Oct

Superfast M50 Broadband

18 month contract
New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 4.6/10 (OK)
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
18 month contract
  • Average 54Mb Broadband
  • Truly Unlimited Downloads
Usage details
'£39.94'
Effective monthly cost
This effective monthly cost is made up of:
  • Costs added up:
    £38.00/mth Virgin Media broadband
    £35.00 one-off installation cost
With the total then spread over the contract
Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme
Get deal* Get deal*
or call Virgin Media: 0808 168 4922
Ends 20 Oct
Get deal* Get deal*
or call Virgin Media: 0808 168 4922
Ends 20 Oct

What's the difference between unlimited and truly unlimited broadband?

Although its relatively rare these days, some broadband providers offer deals with a download limit. There's usually a cap of 25GB per month and you'll be charged per GB you go over, which can be costly. Fortunately, most deals are either unlimited or truly unlimited:

  • Unlimited. No usage cap but providers may slow your home's speed down at peak times - called 'traffic management' - to ensure a stable connection for all users in your area.
  • Truly unlimited. Unlimited use with no 'traffic management' so you won't be slowed down.

Do I need unlimited broadband?

Unless you're confident you won't exceed the download limit, we'd suggest you steer clear of deals with a usage cap, especially as the best deals tend to be unlimited anyway. Even if they're not it's often worth paying a bit extra for unlimited broadband so you're not hit by big charges.

Our top need-to-knows

1

Who we do and don't compare

This tool looks at 16 of the biggest providers, including the giants of BT, Sky and Virgin. Plus special deals we've found or blagged that we think are top picks. Yet there are also many small providers we can't list - which occasionally have cheap deals - so it's always worth checking direct with any local provider you know of. Let us know if you find a top deal we've missed and see which providers this tool covers.

2

Switching can save you £100s

Many get a cheap promo deal for broadband, line rent and/or TV, and stick with it when it ends, usually paying £100s/year more than they started with. Don't let it be you - compare now and see if you could save

3

Fast advertised speeds don't mean faster broadband

Providers only have to advertise the average speed received by at least 50% of customers between 8pm and 10pm. Your actual speed can depend on a host of factors - see the full checklist of tips in Broadband Speed Boosting.

4

Consider your need for speed

If it's just you and the dog, you're likely to be fine with standard speeds averaging around 11Mb. If you share a house, or you use the web for movie downloads, streaming or gaming, you may want to opt for faster speeds in excess of 30Mb.

5

Beware of mid-contract switching costs

Usually you'll pay for the rest of the contract plus termination fees. If your provider increases prices mid-contract and didn't warn you before you signed up, you can switch penalty-free within 30 days of notification of the price hike.

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