Are you searching for a no contract/short-term or 30-day monthly rolling broadband package?
Short-term and no-contract broadband-only deals are ideal if you don’t intend on staying with a provider for a long time or just need broadband for a short period of time.
Providers that offer no-contract broadband are Virgin Media, Now, Direct Save Telecom, Hyperoptic and Cuckoo. Mobile broadband providers such as Three, EE and Vodafone also offer Monthly rolling broadband on some of their broadband packages.
Take a look at the best no-contract broadband offers available this week below. Click through to visit the provider’s website and then change the contract duration to 1 Month after confirming availability.
Best monthly rolling/no contract broadband deals in December 2023
No contract broadband-only deals FAQs
FAQ - No contract broadband only deals
At the time of writing, NOW broadband have the cheapest monthly rolling broadband deals. As standard all monthly rolling contract have a set-up fee of around £20.
There are a few other options available to you if you don’t want to go through the hassle of setting up a short-term/No contract broadband package. Alternatives to short-term no contract broadband include:
- Tethering – If you have a lot of data available of your mobile contract you can use your phone as a WiFi hotspot. Alternative if your data package is limited you could contact your provider to upgrade your data package.
- 4G or 5G home broadband Deals – Providers such as Three, EE and Vodafone offer some of their 4G and 5G broadband packages on monthly rolling contracts.
- Create your own broadband Solution – Sign up for a mobile provider that offers cheap unlimited data sim only deals such as Voxi. Insert the sim into an old phone and tether to it via cable or as a wifi hotspot. If you don’t have a phone, you can buy a broadband dongle for the sim card.
No contract broadband packages are exactly the same as traditional contract packages.
If you don’t have an active landline or the required equipment, an engineer will be required.
Yes, unless you sign up for Virgin Media no contract broadband or Hyperoptic fibre broadband.
Other no contract broadband packages required a landline. You do not need a landline if you opt for Mobile broadband.
Most provider required at least 30 days’ notice. Check with your provider to be sure as every provider has their own policy.
The shortest no contract broadband packages is generally one month. This is also referred to as a one-month rolling contract.
Disadvantages of short-term no contract broadband include:
- Higher monthly rates compared to longer contract deals
- Higher set-up fees. Most short term broadband services have a setup fee over £20.
- You may also have to pay for the equipment
- Limited new customer deals, offers or incentives
Advantages of short-term no contract broadband include:
- Flexibility of not being tied in for a long period but you are still in a monthly contract.
- No cancellation fees – option to cancel your broadband contract at any time without termination fees
- Opportunity to test a providers service before committing
- Option to change provider at short notice if a better deal comes along
- Access to the same fast broadband as long-term contract customers
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