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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most common questions asked by customers. We always try our best to answer all your questions.

Why use Compare Broadband Packages?

If you haven’t compared broadband deals in a while, there is a high chance that you are losing out on saving money by not switching to a different internet service provider. If you’re thinking about a "triple play" deal (broadband, landline, television or other services), then comparing broadband packages is a must. All you need to do is enter your postcode above and we will show you all the best broadband plans available in your area.

Will changing broadband provider save me money?

We will show you all the cheapest deals currently available in your area. It’s then up to you to make an informed decision as to what package suits your current needs. We always try our best to show you the best deals currently available in your area, so you can save more money.

Are there any hidden costs?

Some providers may charge a fee for hardware, activation, or postage and packaging when sending you a router. Line rental is generally included in the monthly costs.
If you don’t have an existing landline line, some providers will charge for installation due to having to get an engineer to visti your home. We’re working on including this in our listings – for now please check the provider’s website.
We don’t include any out-of-bundle charges such as calls, because they depend on how much you use the phone. It might be worth getting a calls package if you use the landline a lot.
Some service providers will charge admin fees if you’re not able to pay by direct debit.

Do I have to have a phone line in order to get broadband?

In most cases yes you do. Virgin media is currently the only broadband provider to offer their internet service without the need for a landline, unless you want to use mobile broadband via 3G or 4G, but this can prove expensive. More mobile providers are starting to offer Unlimited data packages, but as mentioned they are still costly

What is the advantage of switching providers?

First and foremost, you can save a lot of money if you choose a limited-time or exclusive deal with the new provider. The other benefit is a faster internet connection, which is why many people switch providers. Switching providers also gives you additional benefits like more TV channels, free calls and higher usage allowance.
The choice to switch providers depends on your needs. Do you need faster speed than what you are getting from your current service provider? Do you need additional features not offered in your broadband deal? If your answer to these questions is yes, you probably need to switch providers.
The best thing about switching providers is that you get a package that suits your internet needs. Keep yourself updated about different package deals as service providers are constantly coming up with attractive deals to stay ahead of the competition.

Can I keep my current email address when I switch providers?

If you’re still using an email address from your internet service provider (e.g. then this can be difficult to move. It’s possible with some providers, but not all, and they may charge you to keep using your old address after you switch.
We strongly recommend moving to a different email provider than your ISP – there are plenty of great free options, such as Gmail, or Yahoo Mail – or you could consider upgrading to your own domain name for a few pounds a year.

How long does it take to get broadband installed?

Typically 1-2 weeks. If you don’t have an existing landline, or you’re moving to Virgin Media, it may take longer as they will need to run a new cable from the street to your property.

What do I need to have to get broadband?

There are several things you need to get broadband like: Phone line: Phone lines are single -circuits found in telephone communication systems, used to deliver DSL cable services and telephone services to premises. Therefore, if you intend to get broadband and do not have a phone line, you need to get one especially if you plan at getting DSL broadband. Microfilter: A microfilter is a device that lets you simultaneously use your broadband and phone services without any interruption. You will experience a lot of noise in your phone line without it. So make sure you have one if you plan to get broadband for your home or business. Router: Routers provide high-speed internet access for two or more computers and are important if you plan to use the internet on a number of computers. It lets each user have an easy and fast connection without signal interference.

What is ADSL broadband?

ADSL broadband is currently the most popular UK broadband which transmits data through the copper wires in your phone line at a speed of up to 17Mbps. It is great for users with basic internet needs such as sending and receiving emails and other tasks that do not require a very fast internet connection. Most people prefer it because it is very affordable.
However, it may become obsolete in the near future because of the increased popularity of fibre optic or superfast broadband which provides a hundred times faster internet connection compared to ADSL broadband. Besides, they are best for remote and sparsely populated areas. The only downside is that this superfast broadband is quite expensive. However, improvements are being made to make it more affordable for and accessible to all UK residents.

What is fibre broadband?

Fibre broadband is a new and advanced mode of internet delivery created as a solution for the challenges of telephone lines. Since telephone lines were not created with the internet in mind, transmitting internet data through it is challenging. This causes signal interference which lowers the internet speed.
Fibre optic broadband transmits the electrical signals to light and transmits the data through glass fibres almost the size of a human strand. This kind of data transmission provides a faster internet connection without signal interference. Besides, it lets people in remote and sparsely populated areas easily access the internet since there is no need to be close to a BT exchange to enjoy this broadband. Fibre broadband is expected to replace the most common UK broadband; ADSL.

Does cheaper broadband mean a slower connection?

Although as a general rule faster connection speeds cost more money, this does not always have to be the case. There is no reason that you can’t find a broadband plan that is the same speed as the one you are presently on, but for less money.
The best way to find out what your options are is by comparing broadband providers and the deals that they offer. By doing this you will be in a better position to make an informed decision. We believe in giving you all the information you need in order to make the best choice when it comes to choosing your broadband supplier.

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