Comparing home broadband in Wakefield
If it is home broadband you’re looking for, and you’ve limited your choices with our postcode checker, you can now close in on your perfect broadband deal!
At the top of the table there are several options for how to filter the results. If you know which provider you want to go with, for example, narrow it down to just its results. Or you can order the table by contract length, broadband speed, monthly price or data limit (although you'll notice most packages are unlimited). We also make to flag any extras that come with each offer, whether it be a voucher, free gift or even free setup.
Alternatively, you can look for specialist deals; perhaps you know you want a broadband and TV package, or it's just broadband you need, or that you’ll only settle for nothing less than fibre broadband speeds!
If you consider yourself a beginner and want to read more information about broadband, check out our extensive guides section. Alternatively, if you’d rather have a chat with someone about your needs, just call the number at the top of this page.
Comparing mobile broadband in Wakefield
While the table above concentrates solely on home broadband packages, we do have a whole section of the website dedicated to mobile broadband deals. But for the uninitiated, what’s the difference?
The home broadband deals here are ones that rely on using a landline to provide you with broadband; either from a BT line or Virgin Media connection. A BT line can also give you access to broadband offers from Sky, TalkTalk and more.
On the other hand, mobile broadband uses the same signals that your mobile phone relies on. You sign up with the likes of O2, EE, Three or Vodafone just as you would with a smartphone, but instead you get yourself a dongle or mobile WiFi unit.
In Wakefield you'll find you have a wide choice of mobile broadband deals. All the networks offer 3G coverage, while the newer and faster 4G technology is available in Wakefield from O2, EE, Vodafone and Three.
Mobile broadband tends to be a little slower and less reliable than home broadband, with smaller download caps, but it doesn’t see you paying for phone line rental and you can even get pay-as-you-go deals. If you’re a light broadband user, just social networking and web surfing, it’s worth considering.
Before you rush off to pick up a brand new superfast 4G deal though, be sure to check coverage in your area. Click the logos below to access the official network coverage tools: