Check the best broadband deals with Broadband Suppliers

I was on the phone the other day to a woman who was trying to arrange a meeting with me – I’d sent her an e-mail, but she told me “My broadband’s off… I never thought I’d say this, but I feel like I’ve lost a limb!” It’s amazing how quickly we’ve all got used to high-speed Internet connections given that just ten years ago most of us were puggling along with dialup modems.

Broadband Suppliers is a one-stop portal for all your UK broadband and business broadband needs. The site lists broadband deals from most of the major suppliers in the UK, and includes handy features like a discussion forum (because it’s always good to hear what a broadband provider is really like), a bandwidth calculator (to help you choose the best download limit), availability checker, and a raft of ways to compare companies and offers. There’s a blog to help you keep up to date with the latest broadband industry news and views, and a series of guides to help you get the best out of your broadband.

Finding a broadband package is childsplay – just put your postcode in the availability checker and all the available packages will be listed. You can choose from various usage profiles (e.g. “light user” or “unlimited broadband”) and you’ll see which companies offer what you want in your area. Once you’ve found what you want, click on “buy” and you’ll be taken to the provider’s own website where you can make your purchase… simple!

Whether you’re looking to get broadband for the first time, or wondering whether there’s a better deal than the one you’re on, pop over to Broadband Suppliers and see what’s on offer. Let’s face it, you’ve nothing to lose by checking!

Disclosure: This is a paid review, meaning that the company featured has paid me to write about them. They have not paid me for a favourable review: you can be assured that what I’ve written here is what I really think.

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