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About

This is a free broadband comparison website, launched in the UK in early 2011. We make it easy to compare the plans available in your area so choosing the right deal is a doddle.

We're completely impartial, and display deals from major providers in the market.

If the service is free, how do we make money?

This website receives advertising fees and commissions from a number of the providers listed on the site. This is not reflected in the cost of any plan that you might purchase via our website and we do not charge you for any of the services available on our site.

Our commercial arrangements have no impact on how we list the providers or plans that appear in your results list.

Any plan listed that display a phone number or “Go to Site” link is from a commercial partner.

 Our “Promoted deals” table appears at the top of the results if we have a limited commercial arrangement with the provider to refer the customer to its website.

 We are dedicated to providing informative, impartial content that offers true value to our customers.

 

Service Providers popularity

In any section of the site where we show a list of providers by popularity, this is user-generated popularity based on clicks (purchasing intent) of each service provider on our site in the last 30 days. The popularity on our comparison site does not reflect real world market share. 

How accurate is the broadband plans information?

When we list products on our website we use the information as listed on the providers site. We maintain the features and prices on a regular basis.

The speeds we show on our results table are the 'average' speeds that broadband providers advertise.  We take the information given by the provider as being correct for the purpose of comparison.

Before you sign up to any package you should be told what speeds you'll get from it, and all other relevant info. If you're not, ask the provider to check before you commit to anything.