Hunting the best broadband deals.

Working from home, watching streaming services or video calling your cousin in New Zealand, we’re going to do the hunting for you to make sure you get the perfect broadband deal.

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We have a broad panel of broadband providers like Vodafone, Sky, EE and BT to find you the best broadband provider in your area. All our deals are impartial, and we will highlight the cheapest broadband provider no matter who they are.

Start comparing broadband deals in 3 simple steps.

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Enter your postcode to start your broadband provider comparison in minutes.

Compare

We hunt around all the broadband providers to find you the best deal.

Save

Leave your switch to the supplier, enjoy your savings, sit back and surf the ‘net.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to tell my broadband provider I am switching?

Generally, no. If you’re out of contract you can switch broadband provider at any time and won’t need to pay any charges. If you’re still within your contract term it’s likely you’ll have to either pay up your contract or pay a charge. You will need to check your terms and conditions.

What happens when you switch broadband providers?

Switching broadband suppliers is a lot smoother than it used to be and, in many cases, you should be able to switch with little or no service interruption. Your new provider will advise you when the switch will happen and if you're likely to experience any loss of service.

What broadband speed do I need?

The higher the speed, the faster you can download files and the higher quality your streaming content will be. But how much broadband speed do you really need, and are the top-end options really worth you paying a higher monthly price? Broadband speeds are usually quoted in Mbps, which stands for “megabits per second”. This refers to the amount of data you can download (and upload) in a second.