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The best broadband & phone packages available for February 2024
How To Find The Best Broadband & Phone Deals
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So you’re looking for broadband and phone deals? Well you’ve definitely came to the right place. It’s quite often cheaper to get your broadband and phone from one provider and deal with it all as one. We have some great broadband and phone deals from a range of providers, so let’s take a look and see what deals are available in your area. Just pop in your post code and see what you could save.
Is it simple to compare phone and broadband deals?
It really is, yes. All you need is a few minutes of your time and your post code. Once you’ve entered your postcode in to our comparison table above it will show you all the best broadband and phone deals available in your area. Then, all you need to do is take a look and find the one that suits you. You’ll likely make a nice saving on your existing provider too.
Will I find a deal for me?
We are pretty sure you will yes. Once you have an idea of your needs we are pretty confident you’ll find the best broadband and phone deal for you. Not sure, what your needs are? Let’s take a look at some things to consider below to help you make that decision.
How fast do you want broadband to be?
It’s worth considering before you make your decision on just what your internet usage is going to be. Are you going to be heavily gaming, streaming, or having lots of devices connected at the same time? If so, it is probably worth looking at fibre optic broadband at speeds of 36MB upwards to be able to handle what you’re going to throw at it. If you’re a busy household then you may want to consider speeds even more than that, and should look to the likes of Virgin Media, who have speeds up to a whopping 360MB.
On the other hand, if you’re a quiet household, or you are a light browser who likes to do a little online shopping, checks emails or social media, then an ADSL broadband would probably be fine for you. These speeds are typically up to 17MB and are quite often the cheapest broadband deals around, so it works out good for your bank balance too.
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Is a broadband and phone deal expensive?
Not necessarily no. Quite a lot of broadband and phone deals come bundled with included calls or some allowances. Some broadband providers can limit your download, so that’s worth a look at before making a choice. landline calls normally have an inclusion of calls such as free evening or weekend calls for example. This will be all detailed for you once you find a deal in our table under the more details tab and gives you all the information needed to compare broadband and phone deals, so there’s no hidden costs and you are aware of everything.
Make sure you find the best home phone deal
As we said above, it’s important to make sure you check what your needs are. If you are going to be using your home phone a lot then be sure to check out what the included minutes are, be sure to check what the normal call charges are outside of the included allowances, and also check if you need things like answerphone, call screening and more. If you don’t then don’t get them and save even more. Keep these things in mind, you don’t want a hefty bill landing just because you missed something or added something on to your plan by mistake.
Can I switch and keep my phone number?
You can indeed if you’re not moving house. When you simply switch supplier you can opt to keep your number. If you’re moving just around the corner for example, then it should also be fine, but if it’s a big move to a different area code, then most likely not.
Do I need home phone?
Nowadays, in the world of mobile phones, a lot of people don’t bother with their landline. While a lot of people swear by theirs. It’s worth thinking if you use your mobile phone and have lots of included minutes whether you need a landline. If you feel you don’t then a cheap broadband deal could be better for you, but it;s also worth noting that a lot of cheap broadband deals actually work out cheaper with a landline.
You’re also limited by the type of broadband you’d be able to get. A lot of providers use the landline to deliver broadband to your home. If you haven’t got a landline or don;t want one, then you’d need to look at providers like Virgin Media, who have their own fibre optic network, or look at a mobile broadband deal.
Still need help?
If you’re still not sure, why not drop us a message asking any questions you need? you can email us using our contact page, or drop us a quick inbox on our Facebook page and we’ll be happy to help you out.