Essentially, all UK internet service providers (ISPs) offer broadband that can be used on Mac computers. However, a number of teething troubles are commonly found by Macintosh users when they try to connect.
The broadband providers on this page will make connecting to the internet from your Mac painless and give you the information you need to help solve problems when they arise.
A number of broadband providers offer Mac-specific broadband packages with dedicated Mac support lines. That's a real boon if you're a Mac user in a tech landscape that's still dominated by PCs.
The key elements of a good Mac broadband package are:
Mac-compatible wireless routers supplied with the broadband packages. Most ISPs offer broadband modems or routers that are preconfigured to ‘plug in and play’ — but often only for PCs. Not all free modems and routers provided by ISPs are compatible with Macs, leaving users immensely frustrated.
Technical support geared towards solving Mac-specific connection and installation problems. Some of the above ISPs offer comprehensive live online, as well as offline, technical support.
With an ever-increasing number of Apple laptops, iPhones and iPads being sold every year, the need for Mac-friendly broadband is increasing. Compare the packages above to find the best Mac-friendly option for your needs.
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