This independent site provides top tips, free guides and independent product and service recommendations to give big broadband speed improvements.
Where to start
New! Many people don't realise that they can already access faster broadband services. You can check on the latest broadband services available in your area and the best deals using the postcode checker on our Broadband Deals page. You may be able to save money and increase broadband speeds!
A great place to start on this site is our Increase Broadband Speed Guide. This will take you through various tips and techniques that are proven to work. Over time, we will be adding more tips, so please keep checking back.
Moving to superfast and ultrafast broadband
About 95% of UK premises now have access to superfast fibre broadband (delivering download speeds above 30 Mbps), and an increasing number can access ultrafast services (>100 Mbps). We provide a range of information about superfast and ultrafast broadband, including getting the best service and setting it up for the fastest speeds. We provide information on the latest broadband technologies and how to benefit from them.
You can check availability and find the best deals for your area using the postcode checker on our Broadband Deals page.
If you are currently contemplating upgrading to faster broadband services, we discuss their benefits for consumers and small businesses. We provide reviews of useful and exciting services that you can access with faster broadband, such as TV streaming. We provide case studies of how superfast broadband improves small businesses. For example, a sponsor of this site - Cambridgeshire team building company Creative Team Events - experienced a 30% increase in sales from the introduction of superfast broadband.
What if you cannot get superfast or ultrafast broadband?
There is still hope if you are not able to get superfast or ultrafast broadband. Our guides will ensure that you'll get the very highest speeds possible from your existing broadband connection.
We also provide detailed reviews of alternatives, such as bonded broadband, where broadband connections can be amalgamated to improve speeds.