Superfast Fibre Deals for Our Valued UK Customers
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BT Fibre 2
Sky Superfast Fibre
Virgin M50 Broadband
EE Fibre Plus
Shell Superfast Fibre Plus
Most Common Questions for Superfast Fibre
How Fast Is Superfast Fibre?
According to OfCom, “Superfast Broadband” is any speed over 30 Mbps and for comparison sake London Broadband uses the Triple Digit threshold or 99 Mbps. Any speed 100 Mbps or faster we classify as ultrafast broadband up until 899 Mbps. At 900 Mbps and above, we like to refer those download speeds to Full Fibre or Gig1 Fibre.
Superfast broadband also usually has upload speeds of 9 Mbps up to 19 Mbps, depending on the broadband provider. Download speeds are essential for downloading large files, including online games, software, videos, and watching Ultra HD. You can see the broadband requirements listed by Netflix for HD and Ultra HD shows where you need at least a 25 Mbps broadband speed.
How Much Does Superfast Broadband Cost?
The cost for superfast broadband depends on if you go based on the advertised rate or the deal price. Plusnet has an advertised rate of £24.99 per month, but if you subtract the £50 Reward Card from the contract cost, it averages £22.21 per month.
When you see the deal price with our deals, the price with all the fees and discounts all combined to save you time from having to do it yourself.
Do Superfast Fibre Deals Offer Good Rewards?
Yes, Superfast broadband is one of the most sought after popular broadband deals with the most competitive rewards. Plusnet Broadband and BT Broadband offer Reward Mastercards for new customers that switchover with Plusnet offering £50-£75 and BT Offering £110-£130. EE Broadband provides a 5 GB Mobile boost for those that want a data boost for their mobile phone.
When Can I Get Superfast Fibre?
Superfast broadband is already available to over 96% of UK households, and providers can get you switched within two weeks hassle-free. Ultrafast is currently being rolled out across the UK and is available in several UK cities such as Manchester, Liverpool, and Birmingham. Expansion is underway in London and other major UK corridors, where fibre is a much-needed upgrade.