Your internet service provider will send you an end of contract notification. By email, text or letter 10-40 days before your contract ends. ISPs are required by Ofcom to notify their customers when their contract is coming to an end. This includes: The date the contract ends How much you pay for the service you… Continue reading How do I know if my broadband contract has ended?
You can switch your supplier any time you want if your contract has ended. If you leave before the end of the contract, you’ll have to pay a fee and this varies with each provider. If you have a problem with your supplier, such as an unexpected price hike or consistently low speeds, you may… Continue reading Are there any restrictions for switching broadband?
The best internet service provider is entirely dependent on what’s important to you. We’ve had a look at speed, reliability and price. Best provider for speed – Virgin Media has some of the fastest internet speeds in the UK Most reliable provider – EE and Sky have fewer complaints than any other supplier according to… Continue reading Who is the best broadband provider?
Generally speaking, the faster the speed the more you can do online regardless of how many people are connected. That said, you should allow for 10Mbps for each person in the house that uses the internet at the very least. You need at least 1.5Mbps – 3Mbps for standard streaming services like BBC iPlayer or… Continue reading What broadband speed do I need?
Broadband the name given to describe the connection between the device you’re using and the internet. It allows you to stream your favourite shows, be social on social media, or do the online grocery shop.