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  • Here’s a selection of the cheapest fibre deals available for most. They are postcode dependent, so to see deals available in your area and across all speeds, enter your postcode in the box above.

  • These are today's prices, but providers often increase prices in line with inflation plus a set % during the contract.

Hyperoptic Hyperoptic
Ends 18 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: no Score

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

33 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£19.99'

Effective monthly cost

£19.99 Monthly cost

33 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

'£19.99'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£19.99 Monthly cost

Shell Energy Broadband Shell Energy Broadband
Ends 10.55pm Sun 28 Apr

B'band customer service: 3.9 (Poor)

Not part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

38 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

£10.55

Setup costs

'£20.41'

Effective monthly cost

£23.99 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

38 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

'£20.41'

Effective monthly cost

£10.55

Setup costs

£23.99 Monthly cost

£75 voucher

Important! You'll be sent instructions by email on how to select your voucher 120 days after your service activates. You'll then have 90 days to claim it.

Octopus Energy has bought Shell Energy UK More info
Hyperoptic Hyperoptic
Ends 18 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: no Score

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

33 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

12 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£21.00'

Effective monthly cost

£21.00 Monthly cost

33 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

12 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

'£21.00'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£21.00 Monthly cost

Hyperoptic Hyperoptic
Ends 18 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: no Score

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

57 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£21.50'

Effective monthly cost

£21.50 Monthly cost

57 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

'£21.50'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£21.50 Monthly cost

Hyperoptic Hyperoptic
Ends 10.55pm Wed 17 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: no Score

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

158 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£21.92'

Effective monthly cost

£24.00 Monthly cost

158 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

'£21.92'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£24.00 Monthly cost

£50 Voucher

Important! You'll be sent instructions by email on how to select your voucher 90 days after your service activates. You'll then have 90 days to claim it.

Shell Energy Broadband Shell Energy Broadband
Ends 10.55pm Sun 28 Apr

B'band customer service: 3.9 (Poor)

Not part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

67 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

£10.55

Setup costs

'£22.41'

Effective monthly cost

£25.99 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

67 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

'£22.41'

Effective monthly cost

£10.55

Setup costs

£25.99 Monthly cost

£75 voucher

Important! You'll be sent instructions by email on how to select your voucher 120 days after your service activates. You'll then have 90 days to claim it.

Octopus Energy has bought Shell Energy UK More info
Vodafone Vodafone
Ends 10.55pm Mon 22 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 6.1 (Good)

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

82 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£23.13'

Effective monthly cost

£25.00 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

82 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

'£23.13'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£25.00 Monthly cost

£45 Voucher

Important! You will receive your voucher claim email 120 days after your activation date. You will then have 90 days to claim it.

Sky Sky
Ends 10.55pm Thu 18 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 5.8 (OK)

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

100 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£24.22'

Effective monthly cost

£27.00 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

100 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

'£24.22'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£27.00 Monthly cost

£50 Voucher

Important! You will be sent instructions on how to choose your Gift Card up to 120 days after your purchase. You will have 90 days to claim your Gift Card by sending it to your email or mobile phone.

Vodafone Vodafone
Ends 10.55pm Mon 22 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 6.1 (Good)

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

102 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£23.21'

Effective monthly cost

£28.00 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

102 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

'£23.21'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£28.00 Monthly cost

£115 Voucher

Important! You will receive your voucher claim email 120 days after your activation date. You will then have 90 days to claim it.

Hyperoptic Hyperoptic
Ends 18 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: no Score

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

57 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

12 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£23.50'

Effective monthly cost

£23.50 Monthly cost

57 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

12 month

Contract

Evening & Weekend calls included

Call costs

'£23.50'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£23.50 Monthly cost

Virgin Media Virgin Media
Ends 18 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 5.0 (OK)

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

54 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

Weekend calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£28.00'

Effective monthly cost

£28.00 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

54 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

18 month

Contract

Weekend calls included

Call costs

'£28.00'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£28.00 Monthly cost

BT BT
Ends 10.55pm Thu 25 Apr

New broadband customers only
B'band customer service: 6.6 (Good)

Part of the Ofcom automatic compensation scheme

50 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

£0.00

Setup costs

'£32.91'

Effective monthly cost

£34.99 Monthly cost

(Prices may change during contract)

50 Mb

Average Speed

Usage details

24 month

Contract

No calls included

Call costs

'£32.91'

Effective monthly cost

£0.00

Setup costs

£34.99 Monthly cost

£50 BT Reward Card

Important! Once your service is active, you've got 3 months to claim your gift card by visiting bt.com/manage/bt-reward-card. It will arrive within 45 days. Follow activation instructions.

Fibre broadband deals

What types of broadband are there?

Broadband is the standard way to connect to the internet, but the key differentiator is speed, measured in megabits per second (Mb) – and the faster the speed, generally the pricier it gets. 

  • Standard – with average speeds of 10-11Mb. This is the basic level, sometimes called ADSL. 
  • Fibre broadband – average speeds of 35-36Mb (though some offer 50Mb). This is delivered through more sophisticated glass or plastic wires before connecting to your home. 
  • Fast fibre – with average speeds around 63Mb. Uses the same fibre wires, it's just faster. 
  • Superfast broadband – with average speeds usually above 100Mb. This requires more sophisticated wiring usually direct to your home, and is only available from a limited number of suppliers. It’s also referred to as Full Fibre or Fibre to the premises (FTTP), see our FTTP guide for more info. 

What is the difference between broadband and fibre?

Speed and cabling, in a nutshell. Fibre is a type of broadband which uses newer technology to connect your home to the internet which means it is able to offer faster speeds while standard ADSL connections are still made entirely through copper wires which were not designed for speed. 

What broadband speed do I need?

While a lightning-quick package may sound tempting, it'll come at a premium, so make sure you really need the extra speed. Fast fibre is best if you're a heavy user - so if you do lots of streaming, online gaming or downloading, or have multiple users in your home - you may find it's well worth it, as doing lots at the same time slows you down. If you just use the web for basic tasks such as emails and the odd bit of browsing then standard with average speeds of around 11Mb should be fine. 

What's my current internet speed?

Try a free test for an indication of both your download speed (the rate at which you get data from the web) and upload speed (the rate at which you can send data to the web). 

Use a couple from the list below to get a range of results, and perform the tests at different times to get an idea of how speeds fluctuate: 

See our improve your broadband speed guide for more tips. 

Can I get fibre broadband where I live?

Most households can get fibre broadband, but to check if it’s available in your area, you can start by checking our Broadband Comparison tool. Enter your postcode and we’ll show you what deals you can get in your area.

Keep in mind that broadband availability can vary within certain areas, so it's advisable to check with specific providers for the most accurate and current information.

Our top need-to-knows

1

Who we do and don't compare

This tool looks at 24 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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