Struggling with broadband speed? The fastest way to connect is with fibre optic. Although it's the most expensive option and it's not available in all areas, regular browsers, gamers and film fanatics can benefit from optimum speeds.
Standard broadband tends to be the cheapest. It's older, slower technology, but most of the UK can get it.
So, whatever's right for you, we're here to help get you the best deal. Happy surfing.
If you’re struggling with your broadband speed, read our guide to check you are getting what you’re paying for
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BT Unlimited Infinity 1 and Weekend Calls
Unlimited fibre broadband £10.99 a month for 12 months, then £26 a month thereafter
£18.99 per month line rental (12 month contract - line rental prices may go up during your contract). Weekend calls to UK landlines included
£7.95 router delivery fee and £49 activation fee. Up to 52Mb per second plus unlimited data usage
Offer ends October 18, 2016, available to new customers only
Unlimited broadband from £9.99 a month for 18 months, then from £19.99 a month thereafter
£17.99 per month line rental (18 month contract - line rental prices may go up during your contract). No inclusive calls, pay for the calls you make
£6.99 router delivery fee plus £50 for Fibre activation charge but this will be free of charge if you add a phone package to your order. Up to 76Mb per second plus unlimited data usage. Line installation fees may apply
Apply exclusively through MoneySuperMarket.com. Offer ends midnight October 30, 2016, available to new customers only
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