Normally when you think about getting broadband, you're resigned to the idea that you're going to have to sign up to a 12- or 18-month contract. This can be extremely inconvenient, especially if you're moving house or if you're a student who only needs broadband in term time.
Worse, you could discover you're not happy with the internet service provider (ISP) you sign up with or find a much better deal shortly after signing up to a lengthy contract!
Disconnection fees are also generally pretty steep, so signing up to a broadband package can be quite a commitment.
Thankfully, a new generation of broadband packages have arrived, namely short- and no-contract broadband deals, which provide much greater freedom.
With more ISPs offering short-term broadband packages, competition is leading to lower prices. Check our short-term broadband comparison page regularly to ensure you don't miss out on our best deals!
Want a short-term mobile broadband contract instead? Check out our compare page for mobile broadband deals.
Ofcom makes tackling the 'loyalty penalty' in the broadband market a top priority.
Offering more content for free via Now TV and improving voice searching on Sky Q are among plans put forth by Sky's new owners.
Sky will increase the cost of many of its services by £1-2 a month.
Enter your UK postcode to check which home broadband deals are available in your area:
Our UK based call centre staff can provide expert help to find a deal that matches your needs.