What types of broadband are available in my area?

The most widely available and popular types of internet home broadband in the UK are ADSL, fiber, and cable. ADSL broadband is available in most places and runs over BT lines.

Fiber broadband is becoming more and more available year-on-year and is available in over 95% of the UK (according to Ofcom). Cable broadband is only available via Virgin Media and is becoming more widely available.


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