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Cheap broadband deals 2023: Save BAGS of money this December

We've rounded up all of the best cheap broadband deals in one place to help you get the biggest bang for your buck

Cheap broadband deals are increasingly popular in these difficult financial times. Luckily, many of the largest internet service providers (ISPs) have cottoned on to this and are now offering budget-friendly tariffs that don’t compromise on quality. But, with a gaggle of ISPs competing for your attention, which one should you pick? That’s where the broadband boffins at Expert Reviews come in.

We set ourselves a very simple brief for this article: collect together all of the best offers that will cost you £25 or less per month in one place. Below, you’ll find our nifty comparison tool: simply type in your postcode, select your address, press the big, blue button and then peruse the ultra-affordable plans in your area. Best of all, the tool automatically updates when new deals hit the market.

DEAL OF THE WEEK: Get a mobile broadband BARGAIN from Three

If your home has a strong 5G signal, this is simply the best cheap broadband deal at the moment: an average download speed of around 150Mbits/sec, which is enough for a decent handful of devices to connect wirelessly at the same time, for just £22/mth on a two-year contract via Three’s 5G Hub. However, the best part is that you’ll get the first three months completely for free, saving you a whopping £66 overall. Again, just double-check that you’re covered by 5G before taking the plunge. Note: Price may rise during contract.

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So how exactly does Expert Reviews track down the best cheap broadband deals for you? We put a lot of thought into the offers we recommend and always want to get the most for your money. We’ve summarised our full deal-hunting strategy in a dedicated article, which you can read by clicking on this link.

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