1. Shop around for the best deals.

The Unifi broadband package from Jom Apply can help you compare prices to get a broadband offer that’s suitable for you, whether you only want to switch broadband for a better service or want a new bundle that includes landline and TV.

Simply enter your postcode, existing provider, and desired service (broadband or broadband and TV), and we’ll present you with a list of options from which to choose.

2. What are the conditions of your current agreement?

You may have to pay an early termination fee if you want to switch before the end of your contract time. Unless you can show that your broadband speed is less than the minimum guaranteed speed. Check to see whether any possible cancellation fees are less than the amount you could save by switching.

3. What is your broadband connection speed?

Knowing how fast your broadband is and whether it’s fast enough for your family’s online demands will help you determine what to look for in a new contract. The type of broadband and the location affect the speed.

Broadband types and speeds

The most prevalent type of broadband is ADSL, which connects to your phone line. It can deliver speeds of up to 24 Mbps, depending on how far away you are from the telephone exchange.

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Fibre optic cables are used in fibre optic systems. There are two kinds of them: 

  • Fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) is the most popular, with rates ranging from 38 to 76 megabits per second. Fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) is faster, with speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second.
  • Cable delivers up to 152 megabits per second using a combination of fibre optic and coaxial wires. 

4. Will you be charged a connection fee?

A connection fee may be charged by some providers to get your new broadband set up. Because prices can vary, make sure you factor this into your search for the greatest bargains.

5. What is the rental fee for a line?

The cost of a phone line (line rental) is usually included in most offers, but it’s crucial to check the terms and conditions carefully to see what’s included and whether there will be an installation fee. It is possible to receive broadband without a phone line, but the cost will almost certainly be higher.

6. The entire cost of your contract

Because the cost of broadband is only one component of your whole broadband package, make sure to factor in other costs such as early exit fees, connection fees, and line rental.

  • setup costs
  • fee for a new router
  • Costs of technical assistance

If you choose a broadband and TV bundle, you’ll have to pay upfront costs for things like set-top boxes and wifi boosters. Each service provider will have their own set of fees and charges, so double-check.

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