Looking for broadband without fibre? We've got you covered.
There are three main types of broadband:
If you're a heavy internet user who streams a lot of media, downloads a huge amount of data or plays a lot of games online, you'll probably want cable broadband for its higher speeds.
In that case, compare fast broadband deals now.
On the other hand, if you're a light internet user and just browse social media, read the news or stream media occasionally, you probably don't need cable broadband and will still be able to do everything you want to online with slower — and cheaper — ADSL speeds.
Most providers nowadays offer fibre; however, most providers still offer ADSL, including:
You can compare ADSL broadband deals here.
More interested in mobile broadband? Compare 4G mobile broadband deals now.
The Welsh government has awarded £9.25 million of public money to BT to help deliver fibre broadband to remaining unconnected premises in east Wales.
Just 16 per cent of UK farmers have access to superfast broadband, highlighting the fact there is still a big connectivity gap between urban and rural locations.
Some users of TalkTalk have expressed unhappiness about being charged an extra £4 a month for TV services they do not use.
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