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What is Broadband?

Broadband is a type of connection used to connect homes and businesses to the Internet. With more options available now than ever, shopping around for broadband deals can be a tricky process. All the different speeds, prices and added bonuses can make knowing what’s best for you challenging.

What Is Broadband

What should I look for when comparing broadband deals?

With different types of broadband deals available, it’s important that you identify the best deal for you.


Whether you fully own your home or are in the mortgage game, safeguarding your physical structure and belongings can be key.


If you’re renting out your property, you’re legally responsible for its condition. Cover the building and contents you provide, and we’ve got you covered.


As a private tenant, it’s best for you to just opt for contents insurance, as you are only responsible for your belongings. No need to stress about building insurance; that’s on your landlord.

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Sharing a space? The kind of door locks and access points you have can influence the cost of premiums, especially in shared households where certain risks may be higher.


Got a holiday home? It’s best to opt for Monefi’s specialised insurance options for properties that remain empty for a long period of time.


If you are living with other students in a student accommodation,  You might be covered by a parent’s policy, but let’s chat to be sure.


Got a holiday home? It’s best to opt for Monefi’s specialised insurance options for properties that remain empty for a long period of time.

Which broadband types do we offer?*

At Monefi, we provide a selection of broadband deals to suit your needs.

This type of broadband works by using your landline phone connection. It can’t achieve the same speeds as fibre optic, but is more widely accessible and may be the best option for those in rural areas.

Fibre broadband offers much faster speed and more stable performance and is the go to option for many consumers. If you use the Internet a lot this is most likely your best option. Superfast fibre optic is considered anything above 30 Mbps, whereas ultrafast can range from 300 to 1000 Mbps. Some areas will not have access to this however.

Making use of cable TV wiring, Cable broadband offers fast and reliable speeds. Virgin Media are the main providers, also offering broadband without line rental.

This is an option for those in areas where other broadband services aren’t available. It uses a satellite dish, similar to satellite TV.

When you start your search for a mortgage plan, there are a few pieces of information you should have on hand to speed up the application process. Providers will ask for this information to give you accurate quotes and determine whether they’ll give you the finance plan you desire.

What do I need to get Broadband?

Here are some of the key pieces of information you should have on hand:

Most broadband packages are reliant on your landline phone line, however some of the broadband options above, such as cable, satellite, and mobile broadband do not require this. However, not all homes will have access to the cable network and the strength and reliability of mobile broadband will vary depending on location too.

Location therefore plays a big role in determining what broadband you’ll be able to get.

This being said, it is extremely uncommon for a home in the UK to not have access to any types of broadband, meaning it’s easy for homes to access broadband thanks to the range of options on the market.

At Monefi, our specialists will compare all the best options in your area to help you work out the best option for you.


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Frequently Asked Questions.

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To cancel your existing plan, get in touch with your current provider and inform them of your intention to cancel. You can typically initiate this process via phone, email, or letter. Ensure you have your account details ready for reference. Your current provider will subsequently dispatch confirmation of your cancellation.

To switch broadband providers, begin by reaching out to your new provider and expressing your interest in their service. They will then assess the availability of their service at your address. If it’s accessible, they’ll send you a contract for your review and signature. Once the contract is signed, they’ll initiate the switching process. The duration of this process can vary, taking anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the type of broadband you’re acquiring.

Contracts typically last between 12-24 months but can be even longer. Some providers can also offer more flexible, rolling monthly contracts.

There is no set limit on the number of devices you can connect to your home broadband. The stronger your connection, the better your broadband will be able to handle a large number of devices, and vice versa.

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