Compare broadband deals, phone line & TV to create your perfect package
Sorry, we can't yet do a full comparison for all Hull postcodes.
This is because in some areas - though not all - there's only one provider of fixed landline and broadband services, which is KCOM (previously Kingston Communications). This makes it harder to do a full comparison.
We're working with broadband firms and our data provider to get a more accurate view of these boundaries but in the meantime, we apologise for any inconvenience.
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:
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
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
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.
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.
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.
Opt for unlimited data or it'll cost you
If you just use the net for light browsing, emails and the odd YouTube video, you'll probably be fine with a limited package. If you're a serious streamer, opt for unlimited - it's likely to be cheaper in the long run.
Help & FAQs
For more about this tool, how to switch broadband and answers to popular questions, see our help section.
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