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Unlimited broadband providers
- Unlimited BT
broadband is available in most residential areas. With a
superfast fibre optic networkand a range of cheap unlimited
broadband plans, BT offers fast, affordable internet with no
is an award-winning unlimited broadband provider that combines
cheap deals with excellent customer service.
- Sky broadband
plans don't have slowed down internet speeds during peak hours.
Customers are free to browse away without being tied to a monthly
data allowance. Fans of superfast broadband can get unlimited fibre
broadband from Sky.
unlimited broadband packages have no data caps and no traffic
management policies in place, so you can enjoy truly unlimited
broadband without putting up with slow speeds during peak
Media are the UK's cable broadband provider, with superfast
speeds and unlimited data allowances on many of their broadband
Tips on choosing an unlimited
Unlimited broadband deals allow you to do more of what you love
online without the worry of a low data allowance.
Benefits of an unlimited broadband plan:
- You can stream, download and browse as much as you like
- You won't see your speeds suffer dramatically at a certain
- On truly unlimited broadband plans there is no traffic
management policy in place to meter out usage during peak
Not everyone needs unlimited broadband. If you just want to
write emails, read the news and watch a 3 minute YouTube video or
two, you may find that you need a basic broadband connection and
are unlikely to go over the monthly data limit.
If you go online very regularly, share your connection with
several others or like to do data-intensive things, like stream BBC
iPlayer shows, download movies or play online games, you probably
do need unlimited broadband. You'd be surprised at how much data
renting one movie from LOVEFiLM takes.
A word on fair usage policies
A fair usage policy means that if you download excessively your
broadband provider will slow your speeds down so you don't clog up
the service for your fellow internet users. Suppliers do so because
they want to ensure that all of their customers get a fair service,
although arguably this kind of restriction renders your broadband
plan not 'truly unlimited'.
If you're finding that your speeds drop during peak times, you
may be subject to a fair usage policy and not actually enjoying
truly unlimited broadband. Make sure to double check if there is a
download allowance attributed to your chosen deal, before you
commit and sign up to it.
Read our Fair Usage Policy
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