Unlimited Broadband (12 month contract)
While it’s owned by Sky, Now Broadband is one of the newer names on the broadband market. So how does it compare with its parent network, and other established names such as BT and TalkTalk?
Below you’ll find a range of information about Now Broadband. Which? Members can also read our full review, including:
Ease of set up
Value for money
Ease of contacting
Customer score (%)
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Now Broadband supplies its Now Hub 2 router to all new customers, and it's free with no delivery charge.
Now Broadband offers a range of broadband packages, all of which require you to pay line rental (you can't get broadband only).
Its fixed-term contracts are all 12 months, although it’s also possible to opt for a rolling contract. The monthly price is the same, but for a rolling contract there's an initial setup fee.
Now Broadband’s prices are usually quite competitive. All of its packages include unlimited downloads and aren't subject to traffic management – so your connection won’t be slowed down if you do a lot of downloading.
Now Broadband offers three packages: ‘Brilliant Broadband’ with an average speed of 11Mbps, ‘Fab Fibre’ with an average speed of 36Mbps and ‘Super Fibre’ with an average speed of 63Mbps.