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Broadband allows British people to connect with each other, to download movies and TV shows, play online games, watch sport and do their work efficiently, so it’s an important part of everyday lives. This buyer’s guide explains what broadband is all about and how shoppers can get the best broadband discounts via HotUKDeals.

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Plusnet - Unlimited Fibre - £23p/m (£287.88 for 12 months) + £60 cashback
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12 month contract £23.99 a month + £60 cashback. Guaranteed download speed I think is 34mbs or money back. I get to keep my BT hub box because BT own plusnet, just need to call BT … Read more

If you read my description the guy put it in as an 18 month contract but I'm on a 12 8)


Tried that. They wouldn't budge called 8 different people (lol)


Virgin did the same to me a few years ago. They wouldn't budge so i left them and went with plusnet lock stock and barrel. Now PN have me on broadband and half of my family on mobile too. So, it just depends on how far the providers are prepared to go. Virgin coulda kept me interested but only offered me a deal after i too had switched so F 'em. Just alottery IMHO, no loyalty works both ways just like loyalty could.....


I was with Plusnet and rang them up for a retention deal. The guy was uninterested to do a deal and terminated the call. This was a couple of days before Black Friday. On Black Friday I moved to another provider. £19.99 a month for fibre broadband and Quidco cashback. Plusnet wanted £25 a month for the same and no cashback. To be fair Plusnet sent me an email at 4pm on Black Friday offering me a special deal of £20 per month. I had switched by then. I mean to wait till 4pm to send an offer on Black Friday!


Moved from bt to Plusnet. No difference at all, used my bt home hub but the one Plusnet sent out was near enough the same

Virgin Media Retention Deal - £45 for Full House TV, VIVID 200 and Weekend Calls x 12 months = £540
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
So my contract ended two weeks ago with Virgin and they offered some awful retention deals so I cancelled my contract, refused to honour the Black Friday deals. I spoke with the… Read more

It keeps showing “your details are incorrect. Mis this deal still available


I pay 45 just for internet (popcorn) there clearly having my pants down here lol


I was all prepared to cancel and move back to sky as a new customer but was offered this deal straight away when I said I was happy with the service just didn't want to pay full price. Took about 5 minutes so probably worth a go for others too


Don’t waste your time phoning Virgin and trying to negotiate a better deal, you’ll get very little. YOU ACTUALLY HAVE TO CANCEL, but don’t worry about the hassle, as soon as they get the notice from the new provider to switch your phone number, THEY WILL PHONE YOU, and offer a much better deal. If you accept then Virgin cancel the transfer and you carry on as normal except with your new cheap services. The new provider (NowTV in my case) will likely also phone up once they find out it’s been cancelled and try to give you a better deal too. Make sure the new deal Virgin give you will last a full year though, once they only gave me 6 months and didn’t tell me, so I had to cancel again. Never pay full price!


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Fibre broadband + Anytime Calls - Now TV offer for 12 months unlimited broadband - £23.50pm + £9.99 up front for hub
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
What you’ll pay each month Fab Fibre - £18.00 Line rental - £17.99 Anytime calls - £8.00 Anytime Calls Offer - -£8.00 Black Friday Fab Fibre Offer - -£12.49 Total: £23.50 to pay pe… Read more
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I hear that the router is dog (poo) but others claim to use your own makes a big difference.


Steer clear. There's a reason that this is so cheap. Dropouts every single day... mobiles struggle to stay connected and the router runs RED hot. Complained and complained, and have received no response!


Says £25 now via topcashback?


That was the obvious reply but I thought it was a bit crude (lol)


Or die.... (lol)

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Virgin Media broadband 50Mb & TV player package. Free case of Virgin Wines worth £117 or £50 credit.
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Virgin media package. £29 a month. Offering case of wine or £50 credit lowering the effective monthly bill. Includes player TV package. A pretty basic TV package. Over 70 channel… Read more
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Agreed but the V6 box you get with this is a big draw given its specs. I'm on the VIP bundle on a new customer offer at the moment (89 quid a month but lots of cash sweeteners) and get exactly the same box, albeit 2 of them.


An effective £24 monthly cost for 50Mb is not cheapest weve seen , but definitely one of the cheapest at the moment within the 50Mb range.


Sort of but the set up fee adds 2 quid a month to that..


So if chose the £50 Credit , then the £40 from Quidco would bring effectively £90 credit. Making the monthly over the 12 months contract to £22.


Don't forget 40 quid quidco with this package (and the bill credit/wine is mentioned so should go through OK). Excellent deal, heat added. If you take the bill credit and get the quidco effectively 24.50/mth net (including the set up fee) The new (ish) V6 box is a cracker. And unlike BT and others still 12 months contracts with Virgin Media.

Sky Unlimited Broadband - Retention Deal (through Webchat) £11.99 pm 12 m
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Today I connected with Sky webchat team and i was offered Unlimited broadband including Linerental for £8.99 a month. Definately feels like a deal... Following is from my chat se… Read more
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just reduced my Sky Fibre max and phone line including showing caller number for £20 all in, 12 months...wouldn't agree 18 months but happy with that


Thanks I'll see if I can get a good deal without having to cancel


same for me, happy with that...12 or 18month line rental offer?


Was paying 8.99 PM from last 3 years. Was receiving speed of 6mbps. Now shifted to 20£ PM on Sky Fiber MAX receiving speed of 80mbps.


It is 14 - It's very unclear on their website but I called them to cancel a few days ago and was told it's definitely 14

BT 50Mb fibre broadband & TV , including BT Sports. £100 cashback & free Amazon Echo £35.99pm  18m contract
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
TV & broadband deal. £35.99 a month. Fast broadband 50Mb. £100 reward MasterCard. Amazon echo worth £89.99 Includes BT Sport. £59.99 connection fee applies. TV channels inclu… Read more
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Every freeview lol


TV channels included are ........BT Sports and ......... yeah that's about it


Some people's deals looks like they're coming from a time machine.


Love the every freeview channel lol


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Standard up to 17MB broadband and line rental £9.99 a month 12m @ onestream
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
9.99 a month cheapest product on the market for standard broadband Top Download Speed: 17 Mbps Average Download Speed: 11 Mbps Top Upload Speed: 1.4 Mbps Average Upload Speed: 1 M… Read more

They've cancelled mine...


This was supposed to be a limited offer to the first 500 customers - or so the sales speak says. Maybe contact them a few days after placing an order just to confirm?


now that ive clicked the black friday link from paolo everytime i visit the homepage it shows 9.99 but if you clear cookies it goes back to 24.99, clearly they only offer to those that know about the offer, so if you see 24.99 on the homepage click paolos link above.


your the real mvp (y)


Fibre broadband and line rental £23.00 a month 18m @ Origin
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Quidco £47 so would work out £20.39 Includes FREE Setup

Origin broadband went for the expand rapidly model and they do seem to be struggling to keep up right now. As mentioned above they've had to drop a small number of customers and there have been reports of a couple of rounds of redundancies. It'll be interesting to see whether it pays off in the long run and they manage to stabilise and become profitable but right now I'd definitely consider it one of the riskier options on the market. Interesting for those with good mobile connections/packages than can manage without the landline if it turns out to be problematic, but I wouldn't consider them for your main internet connection.


In my experience these are very bad. Took them months to refund my money they took in error at the end of my contract. Lots of chasing them. Saying they had sent a cheque. Next time it will show up in your bank in 3-5 days. Cost money to call them too. Absolutely appalling customer services.


I ordered Origin Broadband for a property I was moving in to but had to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances which prevented me from moving in. This was well within the first 14 days. Once I'd moved in I put a new order in and they started charging for both the order I canceled and the new order. It was regularly taking 30mins or so to get through to customer services and no one knew how to stop one of the two lots of payments. In the end I switched to EE 3 months in to the contract and now they are chasing me for an early termination charge of £325. Stay well away from this mob.


I bought an 18 month contract with these renegades. Never ever had an issue with a provider all my life until these guys. Constant drop out connections, speed was at times like being back on 56k (when it worked) charges to exit despite paying contract up front. I couldn't wait to move from them. Complained so many times to try to get access back, which was so stressful, over 60 min before reaching an customer service representative 80% of the time. Truly awful. I would pay an extra £100 with another company than go back to these guys. Which is a shame as they are a smaller UK company.


The worst service provider I have ever come across. Stay away. Don't risk it.

Complete fibre broadband, anytime calls & Sky entertainment or choose sky cinema TV . £28.50 a month @ Now TV (12 months - £341.88)
29/12/2018Expires on 29/12/2018Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
A full Broadband, TV & , anytime phone calls included for £28.49 TV includes Sky entertainment package. 1) Now TV fab fibre broadband. Average of 36Mbs. 2). Includes … Read more
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Avoid like the plague! Signed up for NOWTV last time and have had nothing but issues since. Broadband was okay for a month or so and then afterwards, peak times, you'd be lucky to stream 720p. Get dropouts every day - sometimes every hour. Tried to get in touch, you're on hold for an extortionate amount of time. Reported the fault - to their credit, they sent out a new router - but the same issue occured. Suffered with laryngitis and nodules for the past year, voice is basically like a robot and it hurts to talk - having an operation in the new year... Told them this countless times and that I could talk over e-mail - was told to contact through the 'chat with us' link on their fault page. Problem is, you seriously have to navigate an inordinate amount of crap in order to find it, and a lot of the time, the webchat service is down... Seriously, I'm not suire if it is just the times that I am contacting, but the button is unclickable. Have emailed them at least nine times and every email has had no reply. If they just came clean and said "We don't know what the fault is - we'll dissolve your contract when you can find another service", I'd understand... Anyhow, avoid!!! It is cheap for a reason and they are basically a cost-cutting BT outsourced company who are there to con you into the belief that you have a choice of providers. In reality, there are really only two choices - Cable or BT. (Awaits the alternate 'point of view')


Sky entertainment as 7 discovery channels this only has 1 how is it the same?


I've clearly shown which channels you will receive. All if them are if sky entertainment pack.


This is NOT sky entertainment is Now TV entertainment pack which is rubbish compared to sky so cold deal


Thanks for letting me know. I was going to get this.

Sky mobile/o2 network possibly £3/£4.50 for 2GB/Unltd mins texts if you have sky tv or broadband or £6 for all cust. Also 8GB for £7.50
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
Unlimited mins Unlimited text 2GB data And unlike Vodafone esssntials this includes roaming too To get the £3 you need to call Some are being told by sky online they can only get… Read more

Oh bull they have changed the offer today ahhh


Basic 2GB unlimited calls etc


What are you getting Which tariff do u want How much data?


Can someone help how to reduce this? I am getting it at £12 :(


You should be able to go into the deal once active and change it to the lower gig options for 50% if you wanted. Be interested if it works for you too. As a way for others to get the lower allowances at half price.

Unlimited Broadband - £15.90 a month @ Post Office (New Customers)
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Quick Switch: if you're with BT, TalkTalk, EE or Plusnet, we'll handle the switch over and you won't need to cancel with your current provider. No Broadband monthly price rises du… Read more

does this include line rental? can't find it in the small print anywhere


Talktalk r doing fast 77-80mb for £30 18 month contract


Hmmm food for thought. Post office telecom are quick and helpful. Thanks for your advice


Be careful with Now TV. If you join and have no problems, you’ll be fine. However,if you need to call them for anything at all, you’ll face immediate problems... long hold times, then unhelpful staff. Best of luck!


You can try. Tell me how it goes if you do 😏

12 months Now TV Broadband Fab Fibre (+ Free Anytime Calls) - £23.50 / mnth + £9.99 delivery £291.99 @ Now tv (poss £100 TCB) = £16/mnth net
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Now TV Fab Fibre 36M broadband (12 month contract) currently on offer for £23.50 per month + £9.99 delivery fee which includes free anytime calls. TCB currently offering potentia… Read more

Sorry mate that came across as you really didn't have a clue what you were on about :p If it's the cabling part of things you don't like then have a look at some of the 4g offerings. I was somewhat surprised seeing ee offering like 200gb+ for what I saw as really reasonable price. Yes the infrastructure should have been improved many moons ago. Yes your local government/Council probably let you down on the bduk side of things. But yes 4g is a viable alternative


my broadband deal about to end on ee,paying £36 month 67mb and anytime calls,the buggers are refusing to budge on a discount deal to renew,,whats good deal out there anyone?


No (poo) sherlock


You mean what's commonly referred to as fttc? Fibre to the cab... Not fttp If it was fibre to the propertt ye'd be getting a bit more than upto 36mbps lol. Some people


This country so slow at getting fibre, im on Virgin and they know they can charge what they want, got you by the gonads lol

Sky Fibre Unlimited Upgrade/ Retention £17.77 p/m 18 months - £319.86
LocalLocalFound 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Contacted Sky chat to ask for the price for a fibre upgrade of my current £10 a month standard internet deal with them. There was a straight answer from the adviser: I know peo… Read more

Go on to the “my sky’’ app and then click the manage account button then thechat button on the top right.


How do you do the Live Chat?


Question: my contract is up soon I’m on standard bb with HD box sets and a separate Netflix account and I’ve been offered fibre including line rental, no set up fees, box sets/Netflix sky Q with the extra box (£20 upfront for that) £58 per month. Is this a good price?


Same here. Awful coverage in our 3 storey house despite having 2 x Sky Q boxes that are supposed to be ‘signal boosters’. A router or booster on every floor and still struggle to get solid WiFi connection!


Ive got skyQ, two multi boxes, box set, HD, line rental, fast fibre all tv packages for £45 a month and im quite happy with service and company-

Retention deal - BT Fibre 1 broadband with BT Sport Line rental for telephone Unlimited weekend calls £23.99
LocalLocalFound 24th NovFound 24th Nov
For those who are nearing the end of your contract with BT broadband. I gave a months notice to leave BT as my discounts ended. Within a week I got a call from the retentions t… Read more

Got a similar deal in July except BT sports was added later by BT on their own at no extra cost to me but as a mobile app. Then BT messed up my billing therefore got a bonus from them for not having to pay anything for 2 months as compensation. Good deal OP.


I didn't ask for it since I have signed up this month, I will show you a bill when it's generated


Do you have proof? Also I could use it to negotiate down so many thanks


So you got the free upgrade mine are around 35mb but thats good enough for streaming etc... hopefully prices will rise again and i can get the free upgrade and renew. Not bothered about BT sport as they losing rights now. But if they phone back and offer half price or less I will take it


I got it for £19.99 so this isn't a great deal, with anytime calls included

20GB addon for existing EE customers joining EE broadband instore / by phone
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
So I've been eyeing to change to EE broadband for a while now just because for the same price as my current provider (sky) I would get the broadband plus 5 GB data added onto my Si… Read more

They've spelt Fibre properly now, and I now have more confidence in them.


Has anybody had this message when clicking through the top cashback site? I get this message once I proceed with the order and enter my landline number. Does this mean you cannot keep your existing number? "It looks like the landline number you've provided isn't compatible for EE Broadband. This means you will need an engineer visit and you will be issued with a new telephone number." :/


Out of all the companies I've been with we have been the best .Leaving them at the moment due to FTTP being available at my address now.If we could of provided it I would of gladly stayed.No complaints at all.Moved to BT ultrafast 2


Yup however after speaking with the representative, this is only true on fibre packages and not the standard broadband.


I've been with EE broadband for around 2 years now. All good!

12 months broadband 17mps for £9.99 p/m +  £9.99 for router @ One Stream
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Great little deal imo for normal users. Never heard of the company so don't know how good/bad they are. £129.87 for full year which includes router delivery.
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I'm sure this was posted yesterday and the reviews are bad (shock)


great deal, too bad my contract is not ending until April 19 :-(


a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.have some heat :)

24GB Data Ultd Texts&Calls BT Mobile +£80 rewards card (existing broadband customers)
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Pretty good deal for existing bt customers 24GB for £14 a month Works out at a 7.34 a month after you receive the card

Yep would have been sweet But not at the offers they are showing me


Just checked I’m having the same issues changes it too 12 go instead of 24 hmm


Link working now - when i go through it changes the offer for an existing customer and deals are worse than what i am on


not showing on my account

TalkTalk Business Fibre Broadband £26.95pm (24m) £
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Talktalk business have a great deal on for fibre broadband, all calls and line rental @ £26.95 for 24 months

Exactly, and at that price you can’t go wrong. I called in using the number from the website it was a UK call centre very friendly staff and was done in no time. Couldn’t believe it.


Well done and thanks Mikey. FIO the down-voters, Business broadband usually has a lower "contention ratio" than domestic - in other words your connection is shared with fewer or no other households / businesses. Domestic contention ratio is often 50:1, commercial 25:1 or better. The lower your ratio, the more reliable your connection is...

Origin Broadband £16pm - Free Line Installation 12m contract
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Been looking for cheap broadband as we have no fibre installed in our area and also need a new line installing. Origin are charging a flat £16 per month, and pay the usual new line… Read more
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Wow. Wonder how many folks have signed up to this prior to OP posting this deal? Shocking to say the least the bosses are spending on bigger premises in these difficult trading conditions. Clearly bad management not taking responsibility & accountability. I would hope any future companies out there looking to employ these muppets to give them a wide berth. Their reputation is in tatters & who would want to gamble on their industry expertise if you want to call it that. They can keep on spending the staff wages but that won't last long till they have to get back on the job market. I would expect ex-staff & old customers to spread their names around on the web so that nobody would want to employ them.


Interesting comments section



As predicted a while back, there's job losses looming at Origin


What are they like anyone

Talk Talk Fibre Broadband Deal Black Friday  Cancel within 30 days if not happy edit now £19.95
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Save up to £164 v BT was £33.50 Award-winning fibre with no mid-contract price rises and our 30-Day Great Connection Guarantee Our award-winning Faster Fibre is totally unlimited… Read more

Promised me no price hikes and then started charging me for the free ( then £6 pcm) SIM I got with the original deal that I gave to my son. Tethering off my Virgin mobile data was better than there service as well.


this is standard ADSL, not fibre if you follow the link!




Cash back would make the deal like £13 per year ( very rough guess so mind my maths)


only downside is their prize freeze guarantee! Thats a bad thing! Better to get all the cashback, wait for a price increase and then get a better deal with another company and more cashback

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