Comparing home broadband in Plymouth
Plymouth has access to a wide range of fixed line home broadband services. For ADSL the exchanges are enabled for both standard connections up to 8Mb and faster ADSL2+ up to 17Mb, and there are numerous LLU providers which means you’ll have an extensive choice of ISPs using BT lines.
BT network fibre optic is more widespread and available on a greater selection of providers, while Virgin Media broadband may not be available to every home, but can offer excellent speeds and the option for broadband without a phone line; which can be an option if you are looking for internet only offers.
When comparing home broadband offers use our postcode search to filter out the results by location, this will narrow down the results to show only those deals available in your area. You can then sort the table by factors such as speed, data limit and monthly cost. In addition, the filters to the left of the table will help you narrow your results based on these criteria, and additional factors such as free setup or fibre.
Comparing mobile broadband in Plymouth
Residents of Plymouth and the surrounding area enjoy a good level of support from the UK’s mobile network operators. The four networks - EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone - all provide 3G service in central Plymouth and out to the surrounding area, including Plympton, Millbrook, St Budeaux, Torpoint, Roborough and Saltash. Coverage does get patchier as you head further into the countryside, but in and around Plymouth you can expect a good 3G signal.
If you want faster mobile broadband 4G is available in Plymouth from all networks. There's a good level of coverage in the central locations and the networks extend to outlying areas too. EE also offers its newer double speed 4G in some parts of Plymouth.
Before committing to any mobile broadband package you should ensure that the coverage and performance will meet your requirements. This is particularly important with 4G, which remains far more limited in reach than the more established 3G services. Check coverage for yourself using the official network tools by clicking the logos below: