Looking for a good broadband deal? Perhaps with more speed at a better price? Unsure what's the best offer around today? Let us help you out this month, as we round up the top packages - with BT, Sky, Virgin, TalkTalk, Plusnet, EE and others.
If you're looking for a faster service, we've got you covered - and these could possibly save you money, along the way.
We also factor in the best overall bundles, with freebies such as preloaded gift cards and other offers.
Just in case you are still in contract, feel free to bookmark this page as we're constantly updating it.
- Average speeds of up to 50Mb
- Free £100 Mastercard
- £29.99 a month
- Unlimited UK weekend calls
- Access to Wi-Fi Disc
BT has a number of packages, starting with up to 10Mb speed for £24.99 a month. The standout deal for us is their Superfast Fibre package (50Mb) for £29.99 a month (was £35.99), with a free £100 preloaded Mastercard.
It's accompanied by the latest BT Smart Hub router, unlimited monthly usage with no-cap, unlimited UK weekend calls and access BT WiFi hotspots as a part of the offer.
You can also now get the BT Wi-Fi Disc on this package for an extra cost, which extends the wi-fi signal around your home.
Virgin Media Broadband
- Average speed of 108Mb
- £25 a month
- Only 12 month contract
- Weekend calls
- £35 activation fee
Virgin Media broadband packages start at 54Mb for £28 a month on a 12 month contract, with a one time set-up cost of £35.
Only we like the Vivid 108 package, with speeds of 108Mb for £25 a month instead of £33, saving £96.
That's also with a free Virgin Media Hub 3 and its talk weekend phone package of free land land calls on Saturday and Sunday.
Virgin states this is for busy households, with 5 to 9 devices accessing the internet at once - although we're sure many will find it useful with less devices.
- Average speeds of 63Mb
- £21.95 a month
- Price fixed for 18-months
TalkTalk offers broadband with speeds at 11Mb, 36Mb and 63Mb - all with discounts the month - only it's the last one we like the most.
It's called the Unlimited Fibre Speed Boost and now costs £21.95 (was £25.95).
You'll get a fixed free for the 18-months of the contract, a free Wi-Fi router and a 30-day connection guarantee.
The latter means you are free to leave, at any time, over the first 30 days of your service going live.
- Average speeds of up to 59Mb
- £29 a month
- £19.95 activation fee
- Call screening
Sky has a few packages, starting with 11Mb for £25 a month, but the one that caught our eye has speeds of 59Mb.
This is called Sky Fibre Max and costs the princely sum of £29 a month, instead of £42. Sky guarantees your download line speed or your money back - which has to be a good selling point.
It also has the Sky Q Hub and Sky WiFi hotspot access factored in, plus there are a range of phone packages that could be added.
The first fee paying one is priced at £4 a month, with inclusive calls to UK mobile and landline numbers at evenings and weekends.
That's coupled with Sky Talk Shield, which is a personalised call screening service that allows you to listen to who's calling and accept or block the call.
- Average speed 66Mb
- Free £75 cashback
- £26.99 a month
- £25 £0 activation
Plusnet's packages start with a 10Mb offering for £19.99, but our choice deal has average speeds of 66Mb.
This comes with a free Plusnet Hub One Wi-Fi router, McAfee security and all for £26.50 a month, with £75 free cashback.
You also get free evening and weekend calls to landlines, along with 1,000 minutes to UK mobiles during those times.
That's with a fixed price, so that mean there's no price rises, any time, during 12 month contract duration.
- Average speeds 67Mb
- Free 5GB data for mobiles
- £42 £28 a month
- No activation fee
EE's packages start at the £20 a month for 10Mb, moving up to a 300Mb plan. It's the Fibre Plus, 67Mb deal that costs £28 a month that's our recommendation.
And if you are already an EE pay monthly customer, you'll get an extra 5GB of data added to your tariff each month.