There are genuinely best broadband deals in June, with leading providers generously throwing away gifts, reward cards and cashback, while reducing monthly price on promotional offers.

Plus, our exclusives, along with a massive variety of market offers would help you make the most of these deals.

As usual, finding the deal that perfectly suits your needs requires you to check out all the details like speed, usage limit, the length of contract, free extras and price. Since this is a tedious process for anyone,  we made our own list of the best broadband deals on the basis of speed, reliability, usage, price and the quality of service.

Our comprehensive selection includes top deals on broadband & phone or broadband, phone & TV or even broadband for short term use.


Plusnet cashbackWe have an exclusive with Plusnet for £70 cashback over its £19.50/month unlimited ADSL package (10Mbps average speed) that includes PAYG calls, free router and free setup. Offer ends 26th June 2019.

Plusnet is also offering  £50 prepaid Mastercard card over its fibre unlimited package  (36Mbps average speed) and £70 prepaid card over its unlimited fibre extra package (66Mbps average speed) until 26th June 2019.

Fixed price guaranteed for 18 months so there is no mid-contract price rise. High speed Hub One WiFi is also included.

Virgin Media

Virgin Media Bill CreditVirgin Media has again come back with a flash sale which runs until 19th June 2019.  M50 fibre broadband with an average speed of 54Mbps speed includes £50 bill credit with new subscriptions.

All dual broadband & phone deals including  M100 fibre (108Mbps average speed),  M200 fibre (213Mbps average speed) and  M350 fibre (362Mbps average speed)  have bill credit of up to £125

There is also reduced price offer on Virgin Media Big bundle (earlier, known as player bundle) whose speed has been boosted from 54Mbps to 108Mbps for no extra cost and costs just £29 a month. The bundle includes M100 fibre (108Mbps average speed), 110+ TV channels and free weekend calls.


BT offersBT has extended their Choice of Three tech giveaway (worth up to £249) with fibre packages until 20th June 2019. You can choose  Amazon Echo or JBL 650 Live Headphones or Samsung Tablet A along with prepaid Mastercards.

There is £30 prepaid Mastercard + a choice of tech gift on their  BT Superfast Fibre package which comes with 50Mb average download speed, Smart Hub, free weekend UK calls, BT WiFi, 200GB cloud and Virus Protect for a monthly price of £31.99 a month, including line rental.

The faster Superfast Fibre 2 package (67Mb average speed) includes the tech gift with  £60 prepaid Mastercard plus all the benefits that Superfast Fibre offers.

Tech giveaway is also available on BT TV & broadband bundles which include 3 months free BT Sport with prices starting from £31.99 a month.

John Lewis

John Lewis broadband (10Mbps) and fibre (36Mbps/66Mbps) with free evening & weekend calls now include free Google Home Hub on limited time offer until 30th July 2019.

John Lewis broadband comes with free setup and award-winning support, free router, PC security package and easy to manage 12 month contract, while prices start from £20 a month


TalkTalk best dealsGet our exclusive £50 high-street voucher with TalkTalk Fast  (11Mb speed) which is now one of the lowest priced ADSL plans with a monthly price of just £17.95 including line rental, is ending on 20th June 2019.

TalkTalk has reduced monthly price across its packages including faster fibre speed boost. No setup cost applies.

Faster fibre (35Mb speed) costs £22.45 a month while Faster Fibre speed boost (63Mb average speed) costs just £24.95 a month.


Sky offersWe just launched a new  exclusive £75 prepaid Mastercard with Sky Entertainment + Broadband Essential triple-play bundle until 20th June 2019.

This bundle includes broadband essential (11Mb average speed),totally unlimited usage, 147 TV channels, PAYG calls and Sky Q TV box for just £44.50 a month including line rental.

A few more best deals to consider:

Post Office leads with its cheapest £15.90 ADSL offer – no price rises during a customer’s contract with this unlimited deal.

Vodafone’s cheaper fibre packages (35Mb / 63Mb average speed) start from just £22 a month with free setup and F-secure anti-virus free for 6 months.

Now Broadband offers its ADSL package (11Mb) with free anytime calls for just £18 per month.

Basic broadband with 11Mbps average speed is at just £13.99 with Onestream – this is the cheapest deal at the moment.

Hyperoptic offers 30Mb unlimited broadband with free evening & weekend calls for just £16 per month including line rental.

Origin broadband offers supersaver deals that can help you save up to 30% on broadband and phone. Supersaver fibre plans start from just £22.78 a month

How do we choose the best broadband deals?

By speed

For most of us, broadband speed is where we start from. It’s also hard to decide what speeds we would actually need. If you’re new to comparing broadband, many perplexing questions arise:  Is standard broadband with 11Mb speed enough for me or should I go for superfast fibre package?

With a massive variety of broadband deals available with an average speed between 10mbps and 362Mbps, you should be able to decide which speeds can meet your needs and which speeds are unnecessary.

If you’re unsure of what speeds would be enough for your household, use the following guidance:

  • Standard, ADSL broadband (10Mbps/11Mbps average download speed) will just do well for general internet activities like web browsing, emailing, online shopping and downloading. One or two users can go online using these connection speeds without any problem.
  • Superfast, fibre broadband is often recommended for households with more than two users. With speeds between 35Mbps and 362Mbps, faster packages are ideal for streaming TV shows and videos in HD and 4K ultra HD, downloading and gaming on line.
  • Ultra fast broadband which offers 300Mbps+ speeds is not the need of the hour. It offers incredibly faster speeds, but its packages are expensive. Moreover, most houses do not require such speeds.

All providers do not offer faster packages in the same price range. You would also need to find the provider who offers faster packages with great pricing, when compared to the rest.

By package

While choosing the deal, what type of package you’re looking for? Is it broadband and phone, or broadband, phone and TV package or broadband-only plan?

Bundling saves your money, when you require two or three services . Broadband only is great option to save money, if you are just an internet user and really don’t need phone and TV.

Some broadband deals come with no contract or short-term contract options. They are expensive, and searched only by users with specific needs

By price

It’s hard to decide whether a cheap package is also value for money, when it comes to broadband.  Instead of looking at only price, you should consider the deal as a whole.

A cheap deal can save your money, but, it may not come with everything you’re looking for.  By contrast, you can find a better deal with all great stuff you need when you spend a little more. Affordability is good to consider, but, it should be balanced with value for money.

Finally, when you spot deals that best suit your needs, ask yourself if the deal is worth the money or should you  go for something cheaper?

By provider

You can select a provider for what it’s good for. For example, if  you want good customer support and reliability, Plusnet and Sky are great options. If you want great TV service, Sky is the top choice, but, if you also want superfast broadband with TV, Virgin Media is better option than Sky.

Likewise, TalkTalk, Post Office and Plusnet are perfect, when you look out for cheap broadband packages.

By customer service

If customer support is very import for you, you can consider suppliers like Plusnet and Sky who are well known for the quality of service and good customer support. They also have more satisfied customers than its rivals, as per Ofcom report 2019.

EE is also worth to consider, as it had received top rankings for customer satisfaction in 2018.

By contrast, TalkTalk broadband ranked the lowest for customer satisfaction and incompetent handling of customer complaints, according to Ofcom survey.