Direct Save Telecom offers some of the cheapest tariffs on the UK market. Since 1999, Direct Save has monitored UK telecommunications in order to make sure it delivers the best possible broadband and phone service to its customers. The provider also recently launched 24/7 UK-based telephone line and broadband faults teams.
One of the UK’s fastest growing B2B providers, bOnline offers a range of IT infrastructure products and cloud-based services to small businesses. Established in Cape Town in 2013, bOnline’s original focus was website design (how to create a business website). At the time less than 50% of UK small businesses had an online presence, and they sought to make this service more widely available without charging a fortune.
BT is the largest provider of consumer fixed-line phone and broadband services in the UK. It’s also the UK’s largest mobile network operator and the country’s second-largest pay-TV sports broadcaster. Its name, which you’ll know stands for British Telecom, gives a clue as to its importance to the country’s telecommunications infrastructure.
Not the best-known broadband provider in the UK, you could be forgiven for thinking that italk is new on the market. It has, in fact, been on the scene since 2007. On this page, we will take you through its broadband offer and help you decide if it’s the best option for your internet needs.
If you live in London and are looking for blazing-fast fibre broadband, Community Fibre might just be for you. With the latest technology powering its fibre network, excellent reviews, and some great Community Fibre deals to be had.
If you want a no contract deal from a provider with a fresh approach Cuckoo Broadband could be for you. Offering speeds of up to 1 Gbps, Cuckoo Broadband is simple, different and putting its customers first.
EE Limited claims to be the largest and most advanced digital communications company in the UK. Formed less than a decade ago from a merger between Orange and T-Mobile, initially going by its less catchy full name Everything Everywhere. You will be more familiar with its mobile deals, but we’re going to focus more on EE’s TV and broadband offer, as well as give you a general overview of the company.
Gigaclear is a rural broadband provider that is building its own network to lift rural areas out of the dark ages and into the super-fast fibre digital age.
If you want the fastest speeds available on the market, Hyperoptic broadband is the broadband for you. Offering speeds of up to 1 Gbps, in their own words: “there’s no other broadband like it.”
Famous for its department stores selling high-quality homeware, furniture and fashion, John Lewis Broadband has been helping people get online for 10 years. Does its broadband service match its reputation for great customer service? Find out in our John Lewis Broadband Guide.
KCOM is Hull's only choice for broadband. If you live in Hull, you'll want to find out more about what KCOM can offer.
To put it plainly, NOW TV is THE no-commitment provider. As its name suggests, it began life as a TV provider offering no-contract deals in 2012. It has since branched out into broadband and phone services, though not taking with it its contractless ethos.
Since 2018, Onestream Broadband have been providing broadband to UK customers. Based in Hampshire, this independant broadband provider has focussed on providing affordable fibre broadband. Read our Onestream Broadband provider guide to find out if this provider is right for you.
Origin Broadband was set up in Yorkshire in 2011 with the simple goal of offering a better standard of broadband nationwide. Since then, several awards attests to their success in this, and they have maintained an ethos of giving customers the best possible support along with great value for money. Another part of their ethos has been to avoid outsourcing any of their operations overseas, so you know when you call them up you’ll be speaking to someone who understands you.
From humble beginnings as a provider of dial-up internet in the 1990s, Plusnet now offers a comprehensive set of packages including everything from superfast fibre-optic broadband to dirt-cheap standard broadband packages. Despite having its origins in the early days of the world wide web in the UK, most of us became familiar with the provider through Joe - who first appeared in ads in the early 2010s - who pioneers Plusnet’s ‘good, honest’ service from its Yorkshire base.
Established in 2011, POP Telecom is one of the UK’s fastest-growing telecommunications companies. They say their ethos is ‘simply communicating by communicating simply’, and that they aim to make joining and benefitting from their landline, broadband & mobile networks simple and clear.
Shell might be famous for energy and petrol, but they have also offered broadband since 2018. Read our Shell Broadband provider guide to find out its latest deals and what customerrs think about this provider.
Initially a simple satellite TV provider, Sky made the transition to digital and was an early pioneer of several of the televisual features we now take for granted. It broadened its focus in the mid-2000s with the launch of (link coming soon)Sky Broadband and later Sky Talk, and as early as 2012 it was pioneering superfast broadband - offering speeds of up to 58 Mbps.
The latest about TalkTalk Broadband, Mobile & TV deals available here alongside details about the company, home internet speedtest and reviews. Decide if they are the right provider for you.
Virgin Media is one of the best known TV, broadband and home phone providers in the UK, and unsurprisingly make up one of the top three in terms of subscribers. Its range of cable services - having the only major cable network in the country - is a key differentiator between Virgin and its competitors. Beyond this, Virgin is also a major player in mobile services, which it provides to over three million UK customers.
Beginning life as a pioneer in mobile phone services in the 1980s, Vodafone is now one of the UK’s major quad-play telecommunications providers. Today it serves around 625 million mobile customers but has also branched out, now also serving 27 million fixed broadband connections and over 20 million TV subscribers.