Comparing home broadband deals in Liverpool
Liverpool residents will be pleased to find their city offers an outstanding level of home broadband service, with some excellent Wi-Fi deals available.
ADSL and ADSL2+ (i.e standard broadband) is available at all the exchanges in the city and surrounding suburbs, including Royal, Anfield, Sefton Park, Stoneycroft, Stanley, Childwall and Aintree.
There’s also good access to superfast broadband. Almost all the exchanges provide fibre optic broadband for average speeds of up to 63-68Mb on regular telephone lines with the Openreach network or up to 1Gb with Virgin Media. Similar speeds with full fibre connections are also available at most exchanges in Liverpool.
Broadband coverage can vary slightly depending on your location, though. When you enter your address into the broadband comparison table above, we’ll only show the packages that should be available at your home. When you click through to a provider, further checks will be carried out to confirm the service is available.
What's the future of broadband in Liverpool?
In 2015, Liverpool was added to the list of gigabit cities in the UK when Hyperoptic installed FTTP connections to several developments around the city, including Wapping Quay, Dock Mill and Hamilton House.
Broadband upgrades in and around Liverpool are being managed by the Merseyside Connected project, which has been responsible for millions of pounds worth of infrastructure improvements. Now it's supporting the rollout of the Government's Project Gigabit scheme, which aims to give access to 1Gb broadband to 85% of the country in the coming years.
Comparing mobile broadband in Liverpool
Liverpool generally has very good mobile coverage with all four networks - EE, O2, Three and Vodafone - providing at least a 4G signal to the central and outlying areas of the city. That means you should have no trouble getting fast mobile broadband wherever you are.
5G is also available in Liverpool from all network operators, though coverage throughout the entire country is currently patchier than 4G. It will give you excellent mobile speeds when available, but otherwise, your device will fall back on the older standard.
Remember, coverage can vary even within locations where this is otherwise a strong signal. The transmissions can be blocked by buildings or other obstructions, so you should check first if you’re planning on using mobile broadband in a specific area.
For more details on network service, have a read of our mobile broadband coverage guide, and 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: