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Compare Wireless Broadband Deals

Browse our latest and best wireless broadband deals. Choose deals from all major UK broadband providers, including Sky, BT, TalkTalk, Virgin Media and more.

Contracts

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Speeds

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Providers

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Showing 10 of 127 deals
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Sky

Sky Broadband Superfast

Ends in:  3 Days

61Mbps

Average speed

18

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£27.00

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£60 Virtual BT Reward Card
BT

BT Fibre 2

Ends in:  3 Days

74Mbps

Average speed

24

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£29.99

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

BT

BT Fibre Essential

36Mbps

Average speed

24

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£28.99

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£50 Virtual BT Reward Card
BT

BT Fibre 2 + Sport

74Mbps

Average speed

24

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£49.99

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£50 Virtual BT Reward Card
BT

BT Fibre 2 + Entertainment

74Mbps

Average speed

24

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£49.99

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

BT

BT Broadband

10Mbps

Average speed

24

Month Contract

£31.99

Set up cost

£29.99

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£60 Gift Card
Sky

Sky Broadband Ultrafast

Ends in:  3 Days

145Mbps

Average speed

18

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£29.00

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£50 Virtual Reward Card
BT

BT Full Fibre 100

150Mbps

Average speed

24

Month Contract

£31.99

Set up cost

£30.99

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£60 Gift Card
Sky

Sky Broadband Ultrafast Plus

Ends in:  3 Days

500Mbps

Average speed

18

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£32.00

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

£60 Gift Card
Sky

Sky Broadband Gigafast

Ends in:  3 Days

900Mbps

Average speed

18

Month Contract

£0.00

Set up cost

£42.00

Monthly cost

Prices may change during contract

Contents

What is Wireless Broadband?

Most broadband deals are wireless, allowing you to connect devices throughout your home to the internet wirelessly. You'll need a wireless router that most major broadband providers supply for free.

All of our deals listed on Savely are wireless broadband deals. You'll be able to compare wireless broadband deals from all the major broadband providers such as BT, EE, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin.

Are WiFi and Broadband the same thing?

WiFi isn't different to broadband. It is the most popular technology used to connect to your broadband. It enables you to connect multiple wireless devices at any one time to your wireless router.

You are probably using WiFi somewhere in your home to connect a device to the internet. Maybe it's your TV or smartphone? All the deals you will find on Savely are 'wireless' broadband.

Which Broadband Provider has the best wireless router?

Most devices now rely on a wireless internet connection, so your router must deliver solid wireless performance. Luckily wireless technology has evolved rapidly over recent years due to its demand. However, not all broadband provider routers offer the same experience and reliability. You can expect different performance levels from each, so which ones are the best?

Sky Broadband Hub

Regardless of which deal you choose with Sky Broadband, you will receive the Sky Broadband Hub. Aesthetically it looks great, and it performs great too.

The Sky Broadband Hub uses eight WiFi antennas to optimise its WI-FI performance and coverage, allowing it to support up to 64 simultaneously connected devices, which will be enough even for the largest households.

Sky's Broadband Hub can support speeds up to 1Gbps, which is excellent as we are seeing a lot of providers, including Sky offering Full Fibre Broadband.

Virgin Media Hub 3 & 4

Depending on which deal you choose with Virgin Media will determine the router you get. Both routers have many similarities and are great at providing a stable and consistent internet connection for your wired and wireless devices.

Your Virgin Media Hub will automatically share your WiFi evenly across your connected devices. As a bonus, the devices connected furthest away will also get a signal boost. Your Hub will instantly connect your devices to the correct WiFi channel and frequency for optimal performance.

You can expect fantastic WiFi performance from the Virgin Media Hub; however, if you want a wired connection for some of your devices, the Hub 3 has 4-gigabit ethernet cable ports.

The Virgin Media Hub 4 has been built specifically for its Gig1 Fibre Broadband. The Hub shares the same great benefits as the Hub 3, such as automatic WiFi channel selection and frequency selection. However, it's been built to support speeds of 1Gbps, so you can get the most from your Gig1 Fibre!

BT Smart Hub 2

You will only receive BT's Smart Hub 2 if you sign-up for one of their Fibre deals. Otherwise, you will receive the BT Home Hub 4.

BT's Smart Hub 2 uses the latest wireless technology (802.11ac) and seven optimally positioned antennas to deliver exceptional WiFi speeds and stability. Like Virgin Media Hub 3, the Smart Hub also has a 'Smart Channel Selection' feature where your devices will automatically connect to the most optimal channel and frequency.

The BT Smart Hub 2 will integrate seamlessly with BT's Complete WiFi solution. Complete WiFi delivers a stable WiFi connection to rooms in your home that, without it, wouldn't have stable WiFi.

TalkTalk WiFi Hub

If you take out Fibre 35 or Fibre 65 offerings from TalkTalk, you'll receive TalkTalk's WiFi Hub Black as part of your installation process. If you choose one of TalkTalk's Ultrafast services (Fibre 150, Fibre 500, Ultrafast Fibre Optic), you'll receive the WiFi Hub. 

Although both routers share the same name and almost the same design, there's one key difference. Each router has been built to deliver the full speeds of your chosen service. Both WiFi Hubs look great and have excellent specifications, so if you're looking for a value broadband provider who can deliver you a robust, reliable router, look no further.

Both routers come with WiFi (802.11ac), seven antennas for fantastic WiFi coverage and 'Smart Channel Selection', where your devices automatically connect to the optimal channel and frequency. You'll also get 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, allowing you to connect up to 4 wired devices.