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Broadband is effectively a high speed connection to the internet, which is easier and faster to use compared to the traditional telephone and modem. It is provided over traditional telephone lines, through new fibre-optic connection or a mobile phone network. Broadband deals vary in accordance with the volume of data and speed you want.  New ASA regulations state that from 31st October 2016, all broadband providers must include their line rental prices within their broadband packages - As such, all our listings include line rental. Use the Comparison table to compare the best UK broadband providers & find the best package for you and your household.




Product
Name
Connection
Speed
Download
Limit
Contract
Type
Monthly
Cost
 
TenTel Unlimited  Broadband application
 
£18.50 a month for 12 months
£0 Activation Fee
TenTel Unlimited  Broadband Apply
 
Sky Broadband Unlimited  application
 
Sky Broadband Unlimited  Apply
 
Origin Broadband Fibre  application
 
£24.99 a month for 18 months
£0 Activation Fee
Origin Broadband Fibre  Apply
 
TenTel Fibre Broadband application
 
£29.00 a month for 18 months
£35 Set-up Fee (First month rental paid in advance)
TenTel Fibre Broadband Apply
 
Origin Broadband Max  application
 
£29.99 a month for 18 months
£0 Activation Fee
Origin Broadband Max  Apply
 
Virgin Media Player Bundle  application
 
£32.00 a month for 12 months
£20 Activation Fee
Virgin Media Player Bundle  Apply
 
TenTel Fibre Unlimited application
 
£32.00 a month for 12 months
£35 Activation Fee (First month rental paid in advance)
TenTel Fibre Unlimited Apply
 

 

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How do I get the best Broadband?

Choosing the best broadband will depend on how the individual intends on using the internet. For example if they tend not be use the internet very often, they can opt for a low internet usage compared to the higher usage for people who like to spend a lot of time on the internet either browsing or downloading music and videos.

What is Broadband speed?

Broadband speed is the amount of time it takes for information to be transported from the internet on to the computer. This speed is measured in megabytes per second (Mbps). The higher the speed you have, the faster the connection.

How can I find the best Broadband speed?

The speed of the broadband can vary from provider down to an area a person may live. If a customer lives in an urban area, their speed would be much faster than a person who lives in a rural area. Before choosing a Broadband package, compare different deals and find out which service would be the best for the area you live.

What are the advantages of having Broadband?

In this day and age of technology, most homes now have broadband packages for different uses ranging from entertainment to office use. Some of the benefits are:

  • Easy access to the internet at any given time
  • The telephone line remains unaffected when the internet is in use
  • Downloading music and videos is done at a much faster speed
  • Enjoy interactive online gaming
  • Real time uninterrupted services such as internet radio
  • Everyone in the house can access the internet at the same time without any disruptions

Broadband connection types

Broadband can either be delivered using the ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) or Cable connections. These two methods are the most commonly used ways but there other ways that people can get their broadband connected.

The ADSL broadband enables high speed data to be transferred over the traditional copper telephone cables. This is usually delivered by the same network that provides the phone line. Customers can surf the net and talk on their phones without any disruption, this could be very beneficial for both home and business speed downloads.

Cable Broadband is delivered via fibre optic wires and is available in areas where the fibre optic wire networks are already in place. This choice makes the connection faster and more reliable and can also be provided as part of an entertainment package that includes TV and telephone bundle.

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