Which broadband is the best in my area?

You can find the best broadband in your area by using a combination of two useful tools on this website.

  1. Run the Broadband Internet coverage checker to see the fastest broadband speed that is available in your area.
  2. Check out the latest Ofcom Broadband Customer Service report which will give you an idea of the overall performance of the UK’s main broadband providers.

The combination of these two useful nuggets of information will help simplify your search for a broadband provider.


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