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DealYou getOffersMonthly Price
TalkTalk Simply Broadband(up to) 16Mb unlimited broadbandHalf Price for 6 months
£80 shopping voucher
£1.75
Plusnet unlimited broadband and calls(up to) 16Mb broadband
Weekend UK calls
67% off for 12 months£1.99
Sky Unlimited broadband & calls(up to) 16Mb broadband
Weekend UK calls
Half price for 12 months
£25 M&S voucher online.
£3.75
Virgin Media Broadband & Phone(up to) 50Mb broadband +
Weekend UK calls
Half price for 6 months & free installation£7.50
BT Unlimited broadband & calls(up to) 38Mb broadband
Weekend UK calls
£25 gift card + £40 voucher£8

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Common Questions

What speed would I need?
The speeds you would need depend upon what applications/programs you are about to use online.

  1. To browse, receive emails, stream music and download small files, you would need 1Mbps – 2Mbps connection. DSL/cable/mobile broadband can be used.
  2. To view standard video online without buffering, you should have faster download speeds in the range of speeds 2Mbps – 4Mbps. DSL and cable broadband are suitable
  3. You would need very fast connection with actual speed of 8Mbps+ for large file/movie downloads, streaming high definition videos and real-time online gaming. Fibre optic broadband is ideal for these applications. Faster ADSL 2+ and cable are also fine.
  4. If you need to upload large data and files, make sure that you get faster upload speeds too, because most connections come with upload speeds much slower than download speeds.

(Note: Advertised broadband speeds come with pre-fix ‘up to’. This means, the actual speed you receive will be much lower than this speed. For instance, ‘up to 14Mbps’ ADSL 2+ connection could offer just 7 – 8Mbps to users who live within 5 km from the exchange.)

Download time for applications

Speed1Mp330 minutes standard videoA DVD movie
4Mbps16 seconds18 minutes2 hours 40 minutes
16Mbps4 seconds10 minutes40 minutes
40Mbps2 seconds4 minutes15 minutes

How much data would I need a month?

Light users who occasionally download or stream/download videos, would need 10GB or more. 40GB is safe if you use internet daily for browsing, Youtube and occasional film downloads. If you frequently download large files, stream/download movies or share connection with others in your family/office, 100GB + usage or unlimited plan is ideal.

User typeEmails per dayMp3′s per weekVideo clips per weekOnline gaming per weekUsage needed per month
Light user3020153 hoursMinimum 10GB
Regular user60301515 hours30GB – 50GB
Heavy user100+606030+ hours100GB or Unlimited