BT offers business broadband on a choice of Broadband Only, Essential and Halo for Business plans. Compare the plans and features available on BT Business.
In the UK, BT currently offers business broadband plans from £22.95 per month (excluding VAT). You can choose a simple ‘broadband only’ plan, or there’s a range of Essential and Halo for Business plans with a phone line included. The Halo for Business plans also include 4G Hybrid Backup along with business IT support and a static IP address.
In this article, we’ll review BT’s business broadband service. We’ll start by looking at the plans and speeds available. We’ll then look at the features available on BT Business including the speed guarantee, guest wi-fi, the digital phone line and more. We’ll also look at the additional functionality included on Halo for Business, and the BT Business Smart Hub 2 router that’s now provided as standard on all plans.
Sky Glass allows you to build a collection of your favourite TV shows and movies, with on-demand playback from cloud-based recordings.
When you buy a Sky Glass TV, you’ll get the ability to build your own playlist. According to Sky, this is like “recordings, only better”.
Unlike traditional recordings, the Playlist feature has been reimagined for a world with catch-up TV and cloud-based recording. It allows you to watch your favourite shows and movies on-demand, with no storage limits and no limits on how many programmes you can record at the same time.
In this article, we’ll look at the Playlist feature on Sky Glass. We’ll start by looking at how Playlist works and how it compares to recordings as found on the Sky Q box. We’ll also look at the other features available and the best Sky Glass deals.
Three offers international roaming for a fixed daily fee in 71 destinations (free on Pay As You Go plans).
Three now offers international roaming for a fixed daily fee in 71 destinations on their Pay Monthly plans. Alternatively, Three Pay As You Go customers can roam abroad in 71 destinations at no extra cost.
The Go Roam offer (also known as Go Roam Around The World) allows you to use your normal UK plan allowances when you travel abroad. This includes your minutes, texts and mobile data (up to 12GB per month).
At present, we recommend Three’s £15 Pay As You Go SIM. This gives you 10GB data per month, with the ability to use your mobile phone abroad at no extra cost. You’ll also get 5G coverage in the UK with no contract, no commitment, and no need for a credit check.
In this article, we’ll review the Go Roam offer including the countries it’s available in and the best Go Roam SIM cards. We’ll also look at Three’s international coverage and the limitations of the Go Roam offer including fair use limits when abroad.
You can get a short-term home broadband deal from £18/month with no contract and lots of flexibility.
In the UK, the contract length on popular home broadband deals has steadily been increasing over the last few years. Many broadband plans now lock you in to a 24-month contract, giving you limited flexibility when things change.
If you’re looking for a short-term home broadband plan, there are a number of providers that offer home broadband on a flexible one-month rolling deal. This means you can change or cancel your broadband service at any time
In this article, we’ll review and compare ‘no contract’ home broadband providers in the UK. We’ll start with an overview of the available options, before looking at each individual provider in more detail. We’ll also look at 4G home broadband as a flexible alternative to getting fibre broadband without a contract.
NOW offers low-cost broadband with a choice of Fab Fibre & Super Fibre plans. There are also optional TV add-ons & no contract plans.
In the UK, NOW is a low-cost home broadband provider. They offer fibre broadband with unlimited downloads from £20 per month. This is available on a 12-month contract which is shorter than on most other providers. Alternatively, there’s a flexible no-contract option with a £60 activation fee.
As NOW is owned and operated by Sky, you can benefit from a range of discounted television memberships as a NOW Broadband customer. For instance, you can get Fab Fibre + Entertainment for £25.99 per month. This gives you access to Sky’s entertainment channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky Max, Sky Witness and more. Alternatively, you can Fab Fibre + Sky Sports for £45 per month. This gives you access to all of the Sky Sports channels with live action and analysis.
In this article, we’ll review the NOW Broadband service including the plans and download speeds available. We’ll also look at the included Hub Two router and how you can switch your home broadband service to NOW.
Sky offers full fibre (FTTP) broadband with a choice of Ultrafast and Gigafast plans.
In the UK, Sky now offers full fibre (FTTP) broadband with availability in around 24% of UK homes.
With FTTP technology, you can benefit from faster download speeds (up to 900Mbps on average), along with a more reliable connection compared to standard fibre. You’ll also have a choice of Ultrafast and Gigafast plans, in addition to Superfast broadband.
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In this article, we’ll look at Sky’s full fibre broadband, including the benefits of upgrading and the plans that are currently available on full fibre. We’ll also look at the availability of Sky’s FTTP service and how you can switch your broadband service to Sky.
Talkmobile has launched 5G at no extra cost, giving you faster download speeds on their SIM-only plans from £4.95 per month.
In the UK, Talkmobile has just added 5G at no extra cost to all of their SIM-only plans. You can now get a Talkmobile 5G SIM card from only £4.95 per month, giving you access to faster 5G download speeds in more than 140 UK locations. You’ll also get Wi-Fi Calling, 4G Calling and 99.9% population coverage on Vodafone’s 4G network.
In this article, we’ll look at the launch of 5G on Talkmobile including the benefits available and Talkmobile’s 5G SIM-only deals. We’ll also look at the coverage available on Talkmobile and how you can keep your current phone number when switching to the service.
Get a free SIM card for your mobile phone: Pay As You Go offerings compared from 16 UK networks.
Whether you’re a smartphone fanatic or someone who only uses their phone on an occasional basis, there are some great deals to be had when you order a free Pay As You Go SIM card in the UK.
The best Pay As You Go SIM cards offer super-low rates that can rival Pay Monthly SIM cards in terms of value for money. To take advantage of the best offers currently available, simply order a free SIM card below and slot it inside your mobile phone. There are no credit checks required and no need to set up a direct debit: simply top-up your SIM card when you need credit to pay for your usage.
Vodafone Basics SIM-only plans offer unlimited UK minutes & a 4G data allowance from £6/month.
In the UK, Vodafone now offers a range of basic SIM-only plans that are a cheaper alternative to their Vodafone Red and Vodafone Unlimited plans.
The Vodafone Basics plans promise to “include only the things you use everyday”. You’ll get their fastest-available 4G speeds in the UK, but you won’t get 5G coverage or access to international roaming.
The Vodafone Basics SIM cards are an online-only exclusive for customers who are new to Vodafone. You can purchase the plans through a special page on Vodafone’s website.
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At present, it’s possible to get a Vodafone Basics plan from only £6/month. This comes with unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and an allowance of UK data. For instance, you’ll currently get 4GB data for £6, 20GB data for £8 and 30GB data for £10.
In this article, we’ll review the Vodafone Basics SIM-only plans in more detail. We’ll start by looking at the plans available, along with the features included and how it compares to other SIM-only plans. We’ll then compare the price against rival SIM cards from other mobile networks before looking at the coverage you can expect and how to keep your current phone number.
giffgaff has fixed its UK prices for 2022 to help out with the rising cost of living.
In the UK, giffgaff has announced that it will be fixing their UK prices for the rest of 2022, including all of their goodybags and Pay As You Go plans. This is in response to the rising cost of living, with inflation now running at a 20-year high.
In this article, we’ll look at giffgaff’s recent cost of living survey and how consumers are changing their behaviour based on prices rapidly going up. We’ll also look at giffgaff’s fixed-price goodybag plans and some of the other features you’ll get on giffgaff such as 5G coverage & speeds.