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We'll confirm the details of your deal and start the switch process. Our UK-based team will work with your new provider to manage everything.

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Knowledge base

What types of broadband are there?

There are two main types of broadband: ADSL or standard broadband, and fibre optic or superfast broadband. ADSL uses your existing copper phone line and can offer speeds up to 24Mbps, whereas fibre optic broadband speeds can reach over 300MBps.

Why is my broadband not as fast as advertised?

There are a variety of factors that can stop your broadband speed from reaching its full potential. To improve your wireless connection consider the distance from your router as well as its position inside the home. In a large house it can be worthwhile investing in signal boosters or a mesh network.

What is a Byte, KB, MB or GB?

They measure data usage. The amount of data used to browse the internet depends on what you’re looking at, how long for, as well as the screen size of your phone, tablet or computer. AKilobyte (KB) is equal to 1000 bytes, a Megabyte (MB, Meg) is equal to 1000 Kilobytes, and a Gigabyte (GB) is equal to 1000Megabytes. To put this in perspective, a typical four-minute YouTube video averages around 8-10MB of data usage.

What is a bundle, and which one is best for me?

A broadband bundle is an all-in-one package that combines your internet supply as well as other services, such as a TV, landline or mobile data. In most cases these will offer significant savings when purchased together from one supplier.

What is a fair usage policy?

Often if a broadband provider offers “unlimited downloads” it comes with a usage cap or fair usage policy. If your browsing usage is deemed to be excessive then your internet speed could be capped during peak times or even terminated, but for most people the usage cap is so high they’ll never reach it.