UK Broadband Packages for Home or Business
Cheap Broadband Deals from £15.95
Free With Every Connection
Lightning-fast speeds, superb reliability and unlimited usage are just some of the things that make Freeola Broadband deals special. Unlimited data means you can use the internet, stream and download to your heart's content. We'll even give you £12 back every month to spend on website and email services. Throw in huge savings on line rental and we've got some of the best broadband offers in the UK, for home and for business.
Save over £89* on broadband-only line rental, compared to BT
Unlike most ISPs, we don't force you to switch your phone line rental over to us. But if you fancy broadband-only line rental you can save over £89 per year with no contract tie in, compared to the UK's largest internet service provider.
Simply enter your details below. We'll check your line and let you know what broadband packages you can get.
Freeola Broadband packages offer high-speed, cheap internet access.
Unlimited Broadband (including the Extended Coverage tariff): Averaging 11Mbps download speed during the peak times (8PM until 10PM), you can expect speeds up to 21Mbps. The speed of your connection (bandwidth) is based on a few things, such as the quality of your line and the distance from your local exchange.
Superfast Broadband: Averaging 35Mbps download speed on the 40/10 tariff and 63Mbps download speed on the 80/20 tariff during the peak times (8PM until 10PM), and supporting speeds up to 76Mbps. The speed of your connection (bandwidth) is based on a few things, such as the quality of your line and the distance from your FTTC cabinet.
Unlike many other providers, we'll tell you exactly what speed your connection is expected to be before you even sign-up.
We show you the estimated download speed that BT provide us for the details you have given base on other similar lines across the UK. Performing an availability check with your landline telephone number and postcode will provide more accurate results than if you just check using a postcode.
The speed range displayed is the estimated minimum and maximum speed you can expect to achieve. These figures do not take account of factors such as variations in network congestion and contention and the speed of your connection may fluctuate throughout the course of the day.
All of our new Broadband tariffs come with unlimited data. Enjoy the benefits of a fast internet connection without having to keep an eye on the amounts that you download or upload.
Freeola offers unlimited, high-quality email, webmail, web hosting and design tools. With every Broadband connection, we’ll give you £12 back every month, to spend on a pick ’n’ mix of the services you want.
Unlike some large ISPs, who will charge you extra, our broadband tariffs come with a free, Static IPv4 Address. Handy in case you ever want to run internet-accessible services from your connection in the future.
Every Freeola Broadband customer can choose free, unlimited web hosting services from our VIP Web Hosting range. Host a website of any size, with powerful features like SQL databases and One-Click Installs for popular services like WordPress.
Easily design your own website. Every Freeola Broadband customer can choose InstantPro Website Builder as one of their free services. It will build and host your site automatically; no experience required.
Choose EmailPro as one of your free services to create unlimited email addresses at your own domain. Or, use one of our great free addresses. Includes optional webmail and IMAP (which lets you synchronise your email on all of your computers, mobiles and tablets).
If you need a broadband router, you can pick up one of our pre-configured broadband routers at a discounted price when you sign up. All you should need to do is plug it in to get yourself online, no extra setup required.
Moving to Freeola broadband from another provider is free in a majority of cases. If your broadband service is currently provided by an LLU provider, such as TalkTalk or Sky or a cable provider such as Virgin Media, then an activation fee of £24.00 will be payable if signing up to our Unlimited Broadband - Extended Coverage tariff.
Our broadband services are available across the UK. The Unlimited Broadband (£15.95p/m) tariff is available to approximately 95% of the UK, with our Unlimited Broadband - Extended Coverage tariff available to premises outside this area.
Unlimited Fibre Broadband is available on approximately 96% of telephone lines and work is ongoing to increase coverage further.
Our Unlimited Broadband tariff is protected by automatic Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) filtering. This prevents large volumes of malicious internet traffic from targeting internet connections in an attempt to stop them working or stop services that use the connection from operating properly.
Available on our Unlimited Fibre and Unlimited Broadband - Extended Coverage tariffs.
Future proof your connection.
IPv6 is the successor to IPv4, the Internet addressing protocol. Due to the growth of the internet, IPv4 address are running out and IPv6 address are the solution to this.
For the technically minded we allocate a /56 IPv6 address block.
30 daty contract on our Superfast Fibre tariffs.
Unlike most other providers we don't tie you in to 18 or 24 month contracts. New activations and migrations on our Superfast (FTTC) Fibre services now have a 30 day contract.
Average speeds are based on the download speeds of at least 50% of our customer base, at peak-times (8pm to 10pm).
Your broadband speed may vary throughout the day, this can be caused by a number of internal and external factors including:
- The length of the telephone line from the exchange to your premises (for ADSL broadband), or from the green cabinet (PCP) to your premises (FTTC).
- Electrical interference from other devices close to the connection.
- Connecting via WiFi rather than a direct cable connection over Ethernet.
- Sharing the connection with others in the premises.
- Peak time congestion - you may experience slower speeds during the evening when more people are connecting.
- Connecting via extension wiring rather than a direct connection to the master socket.
- Poor quality or faulty internal wiring.
- A fault on the broadband line.
- Adverse weather conditions.
You can check the estimated speeds for your address by clicking below.