If you're in the market for a new broadband deal, you've come to the right place. With packages from the biggest names in broadband, we've got everything you need to find the perfect fit. Search for the best broadband deals using our comparison tool or take a look at our top picks from some of our partners below. If you'd rather speak to someone, we can help you find the perfect broadband deal, call us on . For the best deals call 0800 781 2981 today! View broadband deals.
We'll help you choose the phone, TV and home broadband deal that's right for you:
1. Buy any Postpay contract, SIM Free handset or SIM only contract in store or online at www.carphonewarehouse.com
2. Switch your broadband and/or TV tariff in any of the following ways:
3. Send a clear picture of your handset/contract sales receipt or online only order confirmation to email@example.com within 30 days of your purchase
4. Sit back, enjoy lower broadband and/or TV bills, and wait for your cashback. A valid rebate will be paid by BACS transfer between 60 - 90 days of the claim having been submitted or cheque depending on your energy payment method. We'll notify you by email when we make this payment.
Lots of providers rack up prices after the initial contract, so you could be overpaying for slower speeds than you might otherwise get with a different deal.
Nowadays, faster broadband coverage is available in more areas, so even if it wasn’t accessible to you before, it could be now. Check which broadband deals are available in your local area using our handy comparison tool.
The main cost of a new broadband package will be set-up fees. This one-off charge could include the price of a router, installation, an engineer coming over, connection and postage. You could pay anything from nothing up to about £60.
Providing you’re not tied into a contract with your current supplier, they should take care of cancelling everything for you. If you time it right and give your new supplier your cancellation date they will normally try to get you setup the very same day so there’s no down-time. (most providers normally need between 3-6 weeks notice if an engineer is required to come out)
If you’re struggling with the switch or just need advice ahead of changing providers, you can talk to our switching support team on 0800 542 4704 for free impartial advice.
Generally, you can be up and running in around 2-3 weeks with a new supplier. However, the times can vary depending on your individual circumstances, provider and location. Our switching support team are always on hand to help should you get stuck. You can contact them on 0800 542 4704.
Yes, providing you’ve got permission from the landlord or letting agent to have a phone line or fibre installed on the premises. Some TV services may require a satellite dish to be installed – we would always recommend contacting the owner of the property you’re renting before going ahead with this.
Yes. A credit check will always be conducted ahead of the contract being confirmed. If for any reason you’re not happy with the results of the check, you can get in touch with our support team.
Line rental is the cost of using the phone line to connect to the internet. Every ADSL connection has to have a phone line installed to provide a secure internet connection into your home. Some providers, such as Virgin Media, offer connections via fibre-optic cables enabling you to have internet access without a phone line.
This is the total price that you’ll pay for the first 12 months of your contract. Some providers offer lower monthly payments for the first year, which could then change after the initial 12 month period.
The speed of your broadband is how fast you can download and upload stuff to the internet. Measured in megabits per second (Mbps). The UK average is around 16-18Mbps, which will be suitable for most households.
However, if there’s more than 3 of you in the house, you use a lot of internet-enabled devices or you’re likely to find yourself having regular Netflix marathons or PS4 battles then you might want to think about looking for something a bit speedier. Most providers offer a faster broadband package – especially the like of Virgin via its fibre-optic network.
Fibre-optic broadband takes its name from the type of cables that are used to deliver broadband to your home. Unlike traditional ADSL (asymmetric digital subscriber line) broadband, which uses copper phone lines to transfer data, fibre-optic cables are made up of tiny strands of plastic or glass.
Fibre-optic broadband is useful if you’ve got lots of connected devices at home, like a smart TV, smart speaker, or smart light bulbs. Used together, these devices all demand a rapid connection speed. It’s also helpful if you want to stream 4K TV.
ADSL stands for asymmetric digital subscriber line, a broadband connection delivered through home telephone lines. In order to install it, you need a phone line from BT, which owns the UK’s landline infrastructure. If you already have a phone line, ADSL broadband will simply be added to the package.
ADSL goes through copper wires within your phone line. As most of us are already connected to a BT phone line, it’s by far the most popular type of broadband available; it’s also simple to set up.
Terms and conditions:
Switch with us and save on average £227 on your TV and broadband package.
Average saving is based on customers that purchased a TV, Home Phone and Broadband contract between 1st December 2016 and 28th February 2017. For 95% of TV, Home Phone and Broadband customers we were able to directly compare the total cost of ownership of the deal purchased from Carphone Warehouse/Curry’s PC World vs Sky and Virgin Media online price. Total cost of ownership is calculated by: monthly cost * contract length minus the value of any cashback / giftcards / free gift spread over the length of the contract. Upfront costs are not included in the total cost of ownership. Matched tariffs are where TV channels, inclusive calls, broadband speed, download limit, and contract length are the same. Total matchable transactions in this period were 6,548. The total match rate between 1st December 2016 and 28th February 2017 was 95%. This breaks down to 88% for Sky and 93% for Virgin. Excludes any tariffs that we do not range or sell. View full terms and conditions here.
Overall network saving
December 2016 to February 2017
*T&C’s for Cinema Deal are below:
Offer is valid when any TV or broadband package purchased from Carphone Warehouse is successfully installed. Can be used in any Odeon theatre in the UK (+200 locations) at any time excluding showings at Cineworld Leicester Square, Picturehouse Cinemas and The Screening Rooms, Cheltenham. The ticket codes are valid for 12 months but customers must claim the codes within the first 7 days of each month for that month. Any upgrades to tickets must be paid for by the customer.
Cashback Offer T&Cs
Open to residents of Great Britain aged 18+. Valid from 11/04/18 - 08/05/18, you must apply to switch by midnight 08/05/18. See https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/switch for full T&Cs.