When we have moved house the first thing my husband puts at the top of his priority list have to be broadband and just how connected we would be able to be. As he works from home he needs a decent and fast internet connection, preferably and as he has previously worked in this sector knows just what he's looking for. It can be a bit of a minefield with so many internet providers looking to provide you with the best deals and competitive speeds such as fibre broadband to ensure that you get the experience from your broadband. Here are a few tips to help you while researching and looking into changing broadband provider or setting up a whole new connection.
- Use the postcode checker to see the speeds and quality of internet available in your area.
- Decide on your budget. There is usually a ton of offers available and it pays to look at these closely but do try and stick to your budget if you can unless of course it's a deal you can't refuse!
- If you are currently on a contract and are keen to switch check how long you have remaining and have a chat with your current provided.
- Decide just what speed of internet you want and also what speed is needed.
- Check with the internet provided if there is a cap on data, as mentioned on the cable website most providers do not cap on data but it is best to check. It does also depend on how you use your internet at home, you'd be surprised at just how much homes use is!
- Consider a broadband bundles. These deals can include not only broadband but TV and sometimes phone deals also which might be a good way of saving a few pennies.
So all in all it's best to look around for the best deal and do the research. If you follow these simple tips then you should be able to source a great deal which works well for your home and family. Has anyone else got any more tips? DO share!