BT and Virgin Media are, without doubt, two of the biggest broadband suppliers in the UK but an unlikely rival has just released some very tempting new offers.
Shell Energy has announced that it is cutting the price of its broadband with customers able to beam internet into their homes for under £18 per month.
The deals, which have just gone live, include both standard and much faster fibre speeds with some offering savings of over £880 during the term of the contract.
Here’s what’s available right now from Shell.
Fast Broadband £17.99 per month (was £19.99) includes speeds of 17Mbps and unlimited downloads.
Superfast Fibre £23.99 (was £29.99) includes speeds of 38Mbps and no limits on your downloads.
Superfast Fibre Plus £27.99 (was £34.99) includes speeds of 76Mbps and again there’s no limit on how much you can beam into your home.
Shell is also boasting that it won’t hike your broadband prices up at the end of your contract and its broadband service is supported by the same UK-based call centre that you phone for energy – which was recently awarded Customer Service of the Year for utilities.
It is worth noting that Shell requires customers to sign up to an 18-month term so make sure you are happy before joining this service.
As a comparison to these deals BT currently has broadband which starts from £29.99 per month and offers speeds of 36Mbps.
This bundle does currently include a free Google Home smart speaker worth £129.
BT also has an offer on its Superfast Fibre 2 package which features average speeds of 67Mbps.
This is now £39.99 per month and once again comes with that Google Home speaker.
If you want faster speeds then Virgin Media is a good option with average downloads of 362Mbps available on one bundle.
This ultimate broadband costs £50 per month but there are also cheaper options including VIVID 100 (£40 per month) or VIVID 50 (£35 per month).
One final deal that’s worth looking at if you want every cheap broadband is TalkTalk.
The supplier is currently offering its Unlimited Fibre for £22.50 per month which offers average speeds of 36Mbps.
There’s also the Unlimited Broadband option from TalkTalk which at 11Mbps is pretty slow but costs £17.95 per month.
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Published at Thu, 11 Apr 2019 05:45:00 +0000