BT, Sky, and TalkTalk are reducing broadband costs down, however DO NOT enroll till you have checked out these opponents
If your monthly broadband bills are taking a massive toll on your bank balance, it may be time to look around. All of the UK’s largest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) including Virgin, Sky, BT, Plusnet and TalkTalk are offering hefty discounts on January sales and all will help bring down those monthly expenses.
These are all solid options, but before you sign up on the dotted line, it’s worth checking out some of the smaller ISPs in the UK.
Independent companies are popping up across the country, and many are offering lightning-fast downloads at a really incredible price.
For example, Community Fiber, which supplies large parts of London, currently offers its 1 Gbps technology for just £ 25 a month.
Most major ISPs charge over £ 50 for these ridiculous downloads, which makes this a huge bargain.
Hyperoptic, which offers Internet access in over 50 cities, also has 50 Mbps speeds from £ 17. There’s also 500Mbps for £ 28 or 1Gbps for £ 35.
Other ISPs worth checking out are Bringsserving parts of the south coast at 900 Mbps for just £ 28 a month.
Gigaclear also invests in its network, which now has over 200 connected communities. Prices for 200Mbps broadband start at just £ 17 a month.
So, be sure to check who’s new around you and do your research before joining the big ISPs as you may find that some faster downloads are available for a much cheaper price.
Check out the best broadband deals below.