Switching to the best broadband deal around for September 2020? Smart idea. This way you can shed £££s off your bills ahead of Christmas, without even sacrificing anything. We've done some research and have found the top broadband deals in the UK for this month, from the best broadband providers such as Virgin, Plusnet, Vodafone and even Sky.
No matter how large or small, internet-reliant or not your household is, these deals are great. Several of them are free to change to, as well, while you can also opt-in over the phone if you like. If not, and you prefer to do this online, click any of the 'view deal' buttons below. Scroll and click the links to jump through this page by section, if you're in a hurry.
- Best broadband deals for September 2020 – from £24 per month
- Best broadband deals by provider – Talk Talk, BT, Virgin Media, Sky and more
- Broadband comparison chart – pop in your postcode for the best deals in your area
- What broadband speeds you need – ADSL, fibre and faster fibre – what's the difference?
- Can I buy broadband over the phone? Find call numbers here...
- What to consider when choosing a broadband package – contract length, upfront fees and more
The best broadband deals 2020
Plusnet Unlimited Fibre | 18 months | 36Mb | £22.99 per month
Ideal for smaller households, this broadband deal comes with a free, £60 voucher and it's on an 18-month contract. Phone line is pay as you go, while broadband speeds average 36 megabits per second. Total price for first 12 months: £275.88.View Deal
M100 Fibre Broadband | 18 months | 108Mb | £24 per month | £0 upfront | FREE £50 e-gift card
This broadband deal is ideal for busy households with five to nine devices inside. It comes with fast broadband and a £50 Amazon voucher, all at a very cheap monthly price. It also has a £0 upfront fee. No phone line is included. Total price for first 12 months: £288.View Deal
Vodafone Superfast 2 | 24 months | 63Mbps | £25 per month
For just £25 per month, you'll get average download speeds of 63Mbps, unlimited broadband usage, a Vodafone Wi-Fi hub and of course, a £100 voucher. Opt for this package over the above one if you are staying where you live long-term, as you'll pay a cheaper price for longer. Total price for first 12 months: £300.
Deal ends 27th August 2020.View Deal
Sky TV & Superfast Broadband | 18 months | 59Mb |
£52 £39 per month | £39.95 setup fee
This Sky broadband and TV deal has £13 off its monthly price right now. It comes with 147 channels as well as Sky Q. It also includes a pay as you go phone line and broadband at 59 megabits per second. Total price for first 12 months: £497.95.View Deal
The best broadband deals by provider
We've picked one best deal from top broadband providers and popped them below. So, if you're set on a provider but yet to decide on a package, let us help.
The best Virgin Media broadband deal
Big Bundle | 12 months | 54Mb | £29.99 per month
This package is Virgin's cheapest broadband and TV bundle for those who want the best of both worlds. The Big Bundle comes with 110 channels, free line rental on weekends, broadband at 54 megabits per second and a V6 box to pause, rewind and record TV.View Deal
The best Sky broadband deal
Sky Broadband Superfast | 18 months | 59Mb |
£27 £25 per month | £19.95 setup fee
A cheap price for Sky, Broadband Superfast is only £25 per month. This comes with average speeds of 59 megabits per second.View Deal
The best BT broadband deal
BT Fibre 2 | 67Mb | £31.99 per month | FREE £110 Reward Card
A great pick if you're after super fast speeds to fuel several devices at once, Fibre 2 is just £31.99 and it comes with a £110 BT Reward Card included. Line rental is pay as you go.View Deal
The best Talk Talk broadband deal
Talk Talk Superfast Fibre Broadband | 18 months | 67Mb | £24 per month
This TalkTalk fibre broadband deal is one of the best you can buy. You'll pay just £24 per month for quick download speeds averaging 67Mb. Line rental is included but it's pay as you go.View Deal
Broadband comparison chart
Pop in your postcode below to find the best broadband deals in your area. You can filter to your preferences, too, whether you want a phone line included or not, or you are set on a particular provider.
How many Mbs do I need?
Megabits per seconds: explained
ADSL (24Mb and under): The speed of standard ADSL is set at up to 17Mb, which means a maximum download speed of around 2.1MB per second. Ideal if there's only a couple of you in the household and your internet activity is low.
Fibre (around 38Mb): At more than double the Mb of ADSL, this is a great option if there are two of you in your house who are reliant on the internet, however, price-wise you'll find that Fibre broadband packages and Faster fibre broadband packages are very similar.
Faster fibre (50Mb+): You'll pay a premium for the fastest broadband speeds out there, but it's worth the spend if rapid, lag-free internet is a must in your home. You're looking at downloads in excess of 6MB per second, which equates to seamless 4K video streaming.
Internet speed is measured in Mbs – this stands for megabits per second. The higher this number, the faster you will be able to surf the web and upload and download content. While there is no definite answer to what broadband speed is the best to buy, we can help you choose depending on your household size. Not sure what speeds you currently have? Use our broadband speed test to check. From there you can choose whether you need a faster connection or not...
Usually, the price difference between ASDL and Faster Fibre is minimal – we're talking just a few pounds extra per month – so it's definitely worth paying more for double or triple the average speeds. See below for a quick rundown of what's on offer for August 2020. Keep scrolling for the top three broadband deals to buy.
Can I buy broadband over the phone?
Yes, you certainly can. If you'd prefer to talk to someone over the phone about your new broadband deal, use the numbers below:
- BT broadband: 0800 783 5462.
- TalkTalk broadband: 0808 108 0354.
- EE broadband: 0800 079 0075.
- Plusnet broadband: 0808 168 5438.
What to consider when choosing a broadband package
Surprisingly, in this day and age, super fast fibre broadband isn't available nationwide, and you may live in the 10 per cent of UK households that don't benefit from the speediest internet. The quickest way to find out if you can access it is by entering your postcode in our comparison chart at the top of this page. If you're faced with several options, you're in luck. If no results show, then you'll have to stick to ADSL for now.
For the most part, you don't get much of a choice as to what contract length you'll be signing up for. Usually, contract lengths span 12 or 18 months. When your contract comes to an end, be prepared for your monthly tariff to be hiked skywards as most of the prices you'll see are reduced introductory offers. On that basis, 18-month offers can sometimes be advantageous.
For complete commitment-phobes, a few providers offer rolling 30-day internet plans. Handy if you're renting or know that you'll be moving house within the year. But you will usually be penalised with higher upfront activation costs.
Want landline calls included in your new broadband deal? The majority of broadband packages include free evening and weekend calls, but be sure to check before buying. If not, there'll always be an option to add line rental for a small monthly price.
Some broadband providers charge an upfront price for starting a broadband contract with them, this usually includes the price of your new broadband box that they'll send to you. Some providers do offer this service for free. Also be wary of postage and packaging fees, too.