Brighton’s tech history
Generally recognised as one of England’s most creative hubs, Brighton has a long history of technical innovation.
As early as 1908, Brighton born George Albert Smith’s Kinemacolor was being used to commercially create colour films; who can forget the eight-minute epic A Visit to the Seaside?
Moving forward to the 80s, Ian Cullimore was picking up his PhD at the University of Sussex; and inventing the world’s first pocket PC. It became the Atari Portfolio in 1985 – which was essentially the world's first laptop.
In recent times it’s no surprise a slew of games developers have chosen the sea air over the smog of nearby London, with NCSoft Europe (Guild Wars, Wildstar), Riot Games (League of Legends) and Zoe Mode (Zumba Fitness) amongst those based in the city.
Comparing mobile broadband in Brighton
In the comparison table able you’ll only find what we call ‘home’ broadband; services which enter your home via a fixed-line connection. But don’t worry – if you’re looking for mobile broadband we cater for you to; and cover all the best deals from all the UK’s networks.
If you’re looking for more help, you can read all about mobile broadband in our help guides. But if you’re ready to find the best deal, simply head over to our main mobile broadband page. Just remember – make sure to use our coverage checkers for the network you choose before you commit, and for anywhere you’re likely to use it regularly (work, home, college etc). Click the logos below to access the official network coverage check tools:
Comparing home broadband in Brighton
Buying home broadband is now a fairly painless process, but you do need to make sure you get the right deal. The table above lists a large selection of deals, but if you already know the type of package you’re looking for we have dedicated sections of the site for you: broadband with TV, for example, or our section dedicated to business broadband.
Many people just look for the fastest broadband, but with speeds in areas such as Brighton now universally superfast this should really become a much smaller concern; it may be far more prudent to consider data limit, monthly cost or length of contract. But whatever you decide, be sure you have a deal perfect for your needs – and remember, if you’re confused or simply can’t decide just give us a call on the number at the top of the page.