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Broadband and phone deals include your broadband connection and home phone line packaged in the same monthly plan. Currently, even though lots of us don't even have a home phone plugged in, a phone line is still required for many broadband connections to work.
As a result, most providers now offer broadband-only deals without paying for a landline service. But since lots of them still need a phone line to get to your home, the cost of using it is just part of your broadband price.
However, if you still use your landline to call friends and family - especially anyone abroad - you can still get a broadband and phone plan. You will usually just have to choose a home phone service as an add-on when signing up for your new provider.
You very likely can. All the major providers on Uswitch offer home phone services with their broadband, many of whom have at least 97% coverage across the UK, too. So you'll have plenty of options if you're looking for a broadband and home phone service.
Taking a few minutes to compare broadband speeds and monthly prices in your area could not only save you money, but you might even end up with a service that's better suited to your needs too.
If you're unsure whether to add a home phone service to your broadband deal, here are the top things you should know.
Once you've decided to add a home phone line to your broadband package, you'll likely have a few options to choose from. Here's how to decide which phone service you need.
There are usually three different types of phone packages to choose from. They’re defined by how many minutes you’ll be on the phone and what time of day you’ll be making your calls.
Weekend calls: Usually the cheapest home phone packages, they give you free phone calls on weekends but will charge a standard rate per minute for weekdays.
Evening & weekend calls: This is often the most popular home phone option. Calls during the day Monday-Friday will have a charge but are free between 7pm-7am. All weekend calls come at no extra cost to your monthly rate.
Anytime calls: The most expensive option - unlimited inclusive calls at no extra charge all day, all week. You’ll just have to pay higher monthly prices for the privilege.
If you think you can save most of your landline calls for the evening or weekend, you would no doubt save money by avoiding an Anytime Calls package. But if you need to contact people throughout the week, you might have to opt for the plan with the most flexibility.
Unless you pay for an Anytime Calls package, there will be times in the week when you need to pay a charge per minute to make calls on your landline.
Providers might charge slightly different rates, but this cost won’t usually be more than about 16p per minute. While that doesn’t seem like a huge amount for the odd call, this number can quickly pile up, so if you pay for a cheaper Evening & Weekend package, then it’d be wise to save most of your calls for those times.
Do you use your landline to call mobiles or make international calls? If so, it’s important to check whether these calls are included in your minutes. If they aren’t, what are the costs?
If you're likely to call mobile phones or speak to people in other countries, you might want to avoid deals that charge extra for these services.
As you might expect, all major UK broadband providers, including BT, Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk, offer broadband and home phone deals. Here, we’ll walk you through the different providers and what they offer.
TalkTalk’s landline offers are excellent value by anyone’s standards. Not only are they some of the cheapest offers on the market, but they’re on a one-month rolling contract. So you can add or remove them at any time.
These are the three home phone add-ons available from TalkTalk:
Virgin Media offers a range of home phone plans that are well worth considering if you make many calls to friends and family. Its call packages are the standard three options:
Since Virgin Media has merged with O2, it might work out cheaper to opt for an O2 SIM instead of a Virgin Media landline when signing up for your broadband package. So be sure to compare prices before you commit.
Although you no longer need a landline to get BT broadband, the provider offers a few home phone packages you can add to your broadband plan. You’ll also get access to BT Protect, which works to block nuisance calls.
"We bundle a landline with our broadband connection and have never had any issues. The cost is only slightly higher per month, and it’s absolutely worth it for getting in touch with friends and family members, especially those who only use a landline.
When you sign up for a Sky broadband package, you’ll get Sky’s Pay As You Talk service as standard. This means you won’t be charged anything extra if you never use your landline.
However, if you regularly use your landline, you’ll be better off adding a Sky Talk package to your 18-month plan. The three options include:
A great way to ensure you find the right broadband and landline provider is by learning what each one is known for doing best.
Our Uswitch broadband provider reviews offer a detailed look into the biggest UK broadband providers and suggest which customers they are suitable for based on what different households may want.
So whether you're looking to cut costs, upgrade your speed, add a TV service or all three, our reviews highlight which providers would suit your needs.
Read our broadband provider reviews to help you make a more confident decision on your internet and phone line service.
Here are some benefits and downsides to a home phone and broadband package. Find out if this service would be right for you.
Some of the largest broadband providers also let you bundle TV packages with their broadband and phone line packages.
This means that you can pay for all three services on the same monthly bill, which could save you a lot of money if you currently pay a separate provider for your TV service.
Broadband providers that let you add TV to your tariff include Sky, Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk and NOW. The TV channels and services on offer from each differ quite a lot, with Sky and Virgin Media usually considered to offer the most content. However, they often have the most expensive TV offerings as a result.
The other providers will still give you access to great TV content, but you might be less likely to access top-drawer exclusives like Sky Sports and Sky Cinema.