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Sky Broadband Unlimited and Sky Talk Weekend & Line Rental

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20Mb
Unlimited £19.50
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Up to 30Mb broadband, Unlimited downloads, 9 Month contract

up to
30Mb
Unlimited £22.50
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Sky Fibre Unlimited and Sky Talk Weekend & Line Rental

up to
20Mb
Unlimited £24.50
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Up to 60Mb broadband, Unlimited downloads, 9 Month contract

up to
60Mb
Unlimited £27.50
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Sky Broadband Everyday Lite and Sky Talk Anytime UK & Line Rental

up to
20Mb
2Gb £41.00
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Up to 16Mb speeds, 10Gb monthly usage, from £6.49 a month

up to
16Mb
10Gb £6.49
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Unlimited Internet and UK evening and weekend landline calls

up to
14Mb
Unlimited £10.00
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Up to 16Mb speeds, 60Gb monthly usage, from £11.49 a month

up to
16Mb
60Gb £11.49
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Unlimited Internet and anytime UK landline calls

up to
14Mb
Unlimited £15.00

* Monthly Cost includes line rental

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Broadband Beginner's Guide

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I look for when I compare home broadband providers?

When comparing broadband offers you should consider a few different factors. Firstly you need to consider broadband speed. The average speed for households in the UK as of August 2012 is 9 megabytes per second. With the introduction of on demand films and tv services having a broadband speed that can cope with the streaming of large video files is important. But of course that all depends on what your use of the internet is for. We would suggest to look for speeds of 8mb or above.

Secondly you need to consider your broadband usage. Broadband providers offer limited broadband packages whereby you will have a capped bandwidth limit. If you go over your quota for the month you may be charged more. Typically if you can find an offer with "Unlimited" bandwidth then this doesn't become an issue.

Should I consider a broadband bundle?

Broadband bundles is when you take your broadband service with another product such as TV and phone with the same supplier. The advantages of ordering a broadband bundle package is the savings of having multiple services from the one supplier.

For more information to see our up to date broadband bundles

How much data usage will I need?

Judging how much data you will need can be tricky. To make things easier for you we have outlined different user cases below and a recommended bandwidth usage.

  • Light User - You rarely use the internet, mainly just for checking emails, a little amount of web browsing and the odd facebook session. As a light user a bandwidth limit of 1-2Gb would be sufficient.
  • Medium User - You use the internet most days of the week. You use it mainly for emails and web browsing but like to stream videos on such websites as BBC iPlayer and Youtube. As a medium user a bandwidth limit of 10-15Gb would sufficient.
  • Heavy User - You use the internet constantly for serives such as video streaming, music streaming, audio and video calling. You download a lot of films and games. As a heavy user we would suggest an Unlimited bandwidth plan, or 40Gb and above.
How do I switch broadband providers?

Switching providers is now easy than ever thanks to Ofcom the UK government agency for broadband providers. The first thing you will need to check is whether or not you are still in your minimum contract with your current suplier. If you are there maybe a charge to get out of this contract. If you are not then you are free to cancel your subscription in order to move to a new provider.

The next step depends on whether or not you use a BT phone line, or a Cable line with your current supplier. To switch between suppliers who use a BT phone line, then you will need to request a MAC (Migration Authorisation Code) from your current supplier to pass onto your new supplier. Once you have done this the process of migrating between suppliers is underway.

What can affect my broadband speed?

Broadband speed can vary depending on number of factors.

  • Distance from the telephone exchange - The location of your telephone exchange within your area can greatly affect the speeds of your broadband. If you are far from the exchange then this may be an issue.
  • Computer Viruses - Ensure your computer is virus free, as this can cause your broadband speed to seem slow.

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