Comparing home broadband deals in Manchester
Manchester broadband is in good shape. Whether you’re in Chorlton, Collyhurst, Rusholme or Moss Side, you’re likely to have an extensive range of broadband choices.
You’ll also be well served in much of Manchester by Virgin fibre, while all the major mobile broadband networks claim strong coverage across the area. Full Fibre (up to 1Gb and beyond) connections are also available around the Didsbury, Broughton and Cheetham Hill exchanges.
But as we mentioned at the top of the page, please do use our postcode checker before you start comparing deals; there’s nothing worse than deciding on a broadband deal, clicking through to sign up, only to find it’s not available in your road!
You may want to narrow things down before you enter your postcode, and we can help there too. For example, if you know you're looking for superfast broadband, unlimited broadband, or deals with no setup-fee - or perhaps a broadband deal with TV - then we have dedicated sections of the site for those too.
Once you’ve narrowed your choices by postcode and listed your options by price, data limit, speed or contract length, you’re ready to go — but don’t forget the small print. Whether it’s a short-term offer meaning you need to be quick or making sure you get the extras you need (wireless router, parental controls etc), be sure to check all the details before clicking ‘go’.
Comparing mobile broadband in Manchester
If you’re looking for mobile broadband, Manchester is well catered for. You should be able to receive a strong 4G signal from all networks; in fact, your biggest problem will probably be capacity overload due to the number of users rather than a lack of signal (we know that's equally annoying!).
Fast 5G is also on hand, providing incredible speeds on the move or even offering an alternative to fixed-line home broadband. 5G coverage in Manchester is more limited, although rolling out at a good rate.
Before buying any mobile deal, you should confirm coverage for yourself. Click the logos below to access the official network signal 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: