Finding The Most Suitable Phone, TV and Broadband Deals

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Each and every household is different, in terms of children and data usages, therefore different needs and demands exist. With such high demands and specific requirements for each and every household it's important to get the right deal for your Phone, TV and Broadband.

Being aware of the TV, data and phone tariffs that are required is important because with so many companies offering different deals it can be difficult to measure what exactly will be necessary to fulfil those needs. By comparing the two leading suppliers for digital media throughout the UK can help clarify which service will most likely be suited to your own individual needs.

With Sky and Virgin Media being the leading companies supplying TV and broadband to customers throughout the UK. Other deals can also be found by using other services such as BT Vision, Freeview+, Vodafone, TalkTalk and other well known telecommunication companies to manually create an individually created services to help meet the exact requirements. Whether if it's only internet required with little usage then a dongle from one of the mobile phone companies can help create a cost effective way of accessing the internet than moving to Virgin Media or Sky and having to pay fee's for using the phone line also.


Let's look at the packages that are supplying the well connected family who are in search for the ultimate experience in terms of entertainment, who require calls, large choice of TV channels and unlimited broadband, including those who require the bare essentials but enjoy the minor luxuries.

Sky offer a wide range of bundles and offers. Beginning with the 'Starter Pack', this option provides Sky+, Sky Broadband and Talk for 20 a month, including the 12.25 line rental fee that is required also. This comes with 41 channels that can be paused, recorded and rewind with Sky+. Up to 20mb download speeds with 2GB monthly usage allowance that includes evening & weekend UK landline calls at no extra cost with Sky Line Rental.

For the more intensive users Sky offers the above deal but with 93 channels and with unlimited broadband for an extra 12.50 a month, which equals 32.50 plus the 12.25 line rental per month. Sky allow for bundles to added onto the current package of choice, allowing sports or movie fans to add the channels for an extra monthly cost.


A minor precaution with Sky is that a BT phoneline is a must.

Virgin Media offer a much better package option offer for consumers , in terms of options. With the choice of choosing and mixing the packages that range from M, L, XL, XXL across their phone, broadband and TV services. Their top package offers up to 10MB broadband with unlimited downloads and 100 digital TV channels including phone calls that offer unlimited UK weekend calls. The price is 16 for the first 6 months then 29 for the last 6 months including the 13.90 phone line per month.

A benefit of choosing Virgin is the ability to clearly define what package is required, whether it is the L Broadband with M+ Channel package and the XL Phone package. Or if only two of the three options are required also.

A minor precaution with Virgin is that by checking on their website you can find out if your location is suitable for their fibre optic broadband.

Both companies offer different styles of packages and ways to tailor the bundle to best suit your individual needs. Both appeal to many different people for many different reasons, with location and being with BT seeing to be the major decider.

It can be possible to help make the services go even further by making savings with calls by using cheap call providers when calling internationally and making use of the internet for making video calls, with services such as Skype and other VoIP services can help make reduce any potential costs from rising. So if you have relatives in America then cheap calls to USA are now cost-effective and can even be free if using Skype.

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