The UK’s Absolute Cheapest Broadband Plans

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If you're looking for a home internet connection and you're on a budget then you need a broadband comparison that shows you the cheapest plans that you can get. Broadband internet connections are usually the best deals that you can get. They combine convenience, speed and reliability with fair prices.

Broadband internet uses existing telephone wires in your house to get data in and out, so requires little to no complicated installation. It also gives you fair internet speeds and costs relatively little even if your data plan is unlimited. Today we're looking at the absolute cheapest plans that you can get from major providers. If you're searching for a broadband comparison then look no further...

With AOL...

AOL's cheapest plan isn't the fastest around. They offer speeds of up to just 8 Mb, which isn't that fast. Currently their plan offers a data limit of 10 GB, but that's set to change to an unlimited data plan in the near future. The plan costs just £15.30 per month, which gives you a yearly cost of £183.60.

With BE...

BE have two cheap plans. The first offers speeds of up to 10 Mb, and is an unlimited data plan. It costs £17 per month, giving you an annual cost of £204. The second plan has speeds of up to 16 Mb and is also an unlimited data plan. This one costs £22 per month, giving you a yearly cost of £264.

With EE...

EE's cheapest plan offers you speeds of up to 14 Mb and is an unlimited data plan. They also include a free wireless router in the deal. This plan costs £17.75 per month with a yearly cost of £213. However, ordering online brings the monthly cost down to just £13.50 per month, giving you an annual cost of £162.

With O2...

O2 has two cheap deals. The first has speeds of up to 16 Mb and has a 30 GB data cap. This plan costs just £8.50 per month, making for a yearly cost of £102. If you want a little more the same 16 Mb speeds but with an unlimited data cap costs £12.50 per month, for an annual cost of £150.

With Plusnet...

Two more plans with Plusnet. The first has speeds of up to 16 Mb and a 10 GB data cap. This is just £5.99 per month, with an up-front cost of £30.99, giving you a first year cost of £102.87. You can get the same deal but with an unlimited data cap for £9.99 per month, which including the up-front cost again gives you an annual cost of £150.87.

With Virgin Media...

Virgin Media is by far the most expensive company, but they do offer the best internet speeds. All their packages include unlimited data caps. Their 30 Mb speed package is £17.50 for the first three months and then £22.50 per month with an up-front cost of £49.95, totalling in an annual cost of £304.95. The same deal for 60 Mb speeds is £22.50 for the first three months and £27.50 thereafter, costing £364.95 annually. And for 100 Mb speeds it's £30 for the first three months and £35 thereafter, coming to a yearly total of £454.95.

 

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Sam Jones  gets envious whenever he researches broadband comparison prices for the UK. Where he lives in Ireland he has to pay three times as much for a shoddy satellite service.

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This article was published on 2013/03/18