Home broadband deals in Belfast
Good news for Belfast's residents when it comes to home broadband! The area has wide access to everything from basic ADSL to super-fast fibre optic broadband.
Project Stratum represents a fund of over £150 million put toward upgrading broadband across the country. Belfast was the first place in Northern Ireland to get Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) from Openreach.
But just because a particular unlimited broadband service is available at your nearest exchange, doesn't mean you're guaranteed to get it at your home or business.
Factors such as distance from the exchange and whether fibre optic has been installed in your street can play a part in availability. Virgin Media broadband, isn't as widespread, and you can even run into situations where the neighbours can get it, but you can’t.
The first thing to do when comparing broadband deals is to enter your address into our comparison tables, like the one above. This will filter the results to show only deals which should be available to your property.
If you're looking for a specific type of package, such as an internet only deal or broadband with no upfront costs, you can use the filters to the left of the page to view these and other types of offers.
Comparing mobile broadband in Belfast
There’s excellent coverage throughout Belfast on all four mobile network operators.
Three, EE, O2, and Vodafone report good indoor mobile internet in the city itself and often out into surrounding areas such as Newtownabbey, Dundonald, Castlereagh, Andersonstown and Carrickfergus. So if you opt for a 3G package, you can be fairly certain of getting connectivity wherever you go.
If you’re interested in 4G for mobile internet you're also spoilt for choice as all the networks offer this super speedy service in and around Belfast. All networks also now provide very fast 5G mobile networks in and around the Belfast and Lisburn area.
Whichever you decide, be sure to confirm coverage first. Either speak to the network, speak to friends and family and see how their devices perform in your area. Alternatively, click the logos below to access the official coverage check tools:
Where we get our information
We strive to keep our local broadband information as up-to-date as possible. This means using trustworthy sources with regular checks. The information on this page comes from the following sources: