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Compare Cheap Broadband, TV and Phone Deals
Is your broadband slow or unreliable? Maybe you’re sick of paying out when you go over your data limit. Or perhaps your current package is ending. Whatever the problem, WeTrust can find broadband, TV and phone deals to make everyone happy.
WeTrust provides a comparison service that compares packages from the UK’s leading broadband providers. In a highly competitive market, WeTrust providers offer deals that could save you serious money each month.
How WeTrust Broadband Works
WeTrust wants to let you know about the best TV, broadband and landline deals available. With so many offers available, it can be hard to work out which one will get you connected quickly and for the right price.
There’s lots to consider. What speed do I need? What TV package can I get? Do I need a phone line? WeTrust can help you answer these questions and find a broadband provider who can give you what you need at the right price.
If you spend a lot of time watching videos, streaming movies or gaming, our broadband providers can get you superfast broadband to keep you online.
Save on Broadband, Phone and TV packages
Whether you want broadband-only or the whole set, WeTrust can find you a package tailored to your needs.
UK’s Leading Telecoms Providers
We’ve got the UK’s leading telecom providers and many smaller companies on WeTrust’s broadband comparison service. Whatever you need, we’ll help you find it.
As Easy as 1, 2, 3
Finding your new broadband package is easy with WeTrust. In just a few minutes, you could compare deals and save yourself some serious money.
Fill in your postcode
Tell us your postcode so we can find the best broadband, TV and phone deals in your area.
We'll show you a list of broadband, phone and TV deals including average speed, usage and price. Click on the 'More Info' button to view details of the deal.
Choose the deal you want
If you're happy with what you see, we'll transfer you to the provider's site to select your package and start saving money.
WeTrust Broadband FAQs
If you get your broadband, phone and TV from different providers, a combined package from a single provider may be a cheaper option.
ADSL: the most common broadband, ADSL works through your phone line.
Cable: instead of phone lines, coaxial cable provides broadband. It offers faster speeds than ADSL.
Fibre Optic: although more expensive than the other two options, fibre optic is also much faster. It's excellent for multi-device households who enjoy gaming and streaming videos.
Mobile: here you use a USB dongle or data card to connect to the mobile phone network, rather than a fixed-line like ADSL. It's an alternative to hooking up to wi-fi.
Broadband: most broadband-only packages come with data caps. If you're a movie streaming buff or there are lots of devices using your broadband, select an unlimited data package. It'll be more expensive, but you won't be worrying about going over your data limits.
Broadband and phone: Most broadband packages include a phone line rental fee, even if you don’t use your landline. There are a few providers who don’t include line rental, but they aren’t any cheaper than the ones that do include them.
Broadband and TV: you’ll be able to choose from digital TV packages galore to go with your broadband. The main providers have different offerings and exclusive content, so you can mix and match your package to suit what you like to watch. However, what you’ll be able to access will depend on where you live.
Broadband, phone and TV: an all-in-one package will make your home admin easier. You're also likely to save money by signing up to a TV, broadband and landline deal.
For example, if you download movies or have a large family with lots of devices, you’ll want a package with faster broadband speeds. If you only use the internet for social media and to check your emails, a more basic package will cover what you need.
- Move your router away from other devices
- Buy a wireless booster to send the signal over a wider range
- Make sure your network is secure so no one else can use your connection
- Update your router if you’ve had it for a while
- Check your computer hasn't got apps open utilising the internet
- Check the filter on your phone line is working
Speed: take into account the number of people who will hook up to your connection and what they’ll be using it for.
Download limits: does the contract limit the amount of data you can use?
Cost: as well as monthly charges, are there any upfront costs for digital TV boxes or routers which will add to the overall price?
Length of contract: you can get anything from 30-day rolling contracts to 24 months. The longer the deal, the cheaper it’s likely to be.
Bundling offers: do you want to pay for extra TV channels? Providers offer different subscriptions so look for one which best suits what you like to watch.
Terms and conditions: always check the contract to avoid any nasty surprises. For example, there might be penalties if you try to get out of the contract early.