Best student broadband deals Watch

Professor Oak
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With uni starting next month tons of people are looking for decent student broadband deals.

Here are a few of the best student deals around at the moment, plus the ratings from customers.

Personally, I would pay a tiny bit more to get fast internet and decent reliability - especially in a house of 4+ people who could be watching Netflix at the same time.

I've highlighted the best deals imo.

Now Broadband

Pros - super cheap deals and great contract length

Cons - mixed reviews and not many of them

36mb, unlimited data, 12-month contract - £20/month and £10 fee [great option]

63mb, unlimited data, 12-month contract - £30/month and £10 fee

See more now broadband deals

Plusnet

Pros -renowned due to good customer service,3/5 rated on broadband.co.uk

Cons - 18-month contracts, which won't work for many students.

36mb, unlimited data, 18-month contract - £23.99/month and no fee

66mb, unlimited data, 18-month contract - £28.99/month and no fee [great option]

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BT Broadband Deals

Pros -9-month contract, you often get a £5 discount on your BT mobile contract (makes some of their data plans awesome), get free BT Openzone Wifi anywhere.

Cons - 9-month plans work out more expensive per month, 2.8/5 rated on broadband.co.uk which is towards the bottom of the rankings.

Deals:

50mb, unlimited data, 18-month contract, free £100 and BT Sport - £29.99/month + £9.99 fee [great option]

50mb, unlimited data, 9-month contract - £35/month + £44.99 activation fee

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EE Broadband Deals

36mb, unlimited data, 18-month contract - £26/month and £10 fee

67mb, unlimited data, 18-month contract - £30/month and £10 fee

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Pros - deals and ratings are fairly average

Cons - contract length is too long for many students

Sky Broadband Deals

Pros - cheap contract price for low-speed options

Cons - worst rated provider of the bunch

11mb unlimited data, 12-month contract - £20/month and £10 fee plus a free £75 gift card

36mb, unlimited data, 18-month contract - £25/month and £10 fee plus a free £75 gift card

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Virgin

Pros -decent customer reviews, 30 day contract is great

Cons - there are cheaper options

50mb, unlimited data, 12-month contract - £27/month and no fee

100mb, unlimited data, 30-day contract - £40/month and £20 fee [great option]

See more Virgin internet deals


If you've seen a better deal around, stick it below!
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It's also worth noting that if you're moving into a house and it already has a hub installed, left there by the previous tenants, any one-off installation fee in the deal will not need to be paid if it's from the same provider.
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