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    I'm with Sky, £28 for 80Mbps, unlimited downloads. No idea how much I've used, but usually stream Netflix UHD films.

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    I'm with EE, £27 a month unlimited (and I abuse this greatly as I run a plex server for several family members) also get a free data boost if you have a EE mobile
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    I'm with Vodafone (haven't read every page) at £26.50 55Mb unlimited

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    Quote Originally Posted by _V_ View Post
    I'm on one of the fastest unlimited Virgin Media tariffs.

    Gig1 Fibre Broadband – the UK’s fastest broadband | Virgin Media

    1Gbps

    They sent me an email saying I'm one for the biggest users of bandwidth they have, congratulating me. I max it out 24/7.

    Looks a tad rubbish, I’ve had Hyperoptic for 5years+

    1GB upload and download And you don’t need a landline


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    Quote Originally Posted by _V_ View Post
    I'm on one of the fastest unlimited Virgin Media tariffs.

    Gig1 Fibre Broadband – the UK’s fastest broadband | Virgin Media

    1Gbps

    They sent me an email saying I'm one for the biggest users of bandwidth they have, congratulating me. I max it out 24/7.

    Is the Hub 4 as crap as the Hub 3?

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    Pre-lockdown we averaged about 600-800GB download a month but I imagine it's a lot higher now. We're with Virgin. I don't rate them but have been too lazy to switch.

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    I think we’re paying BT (currently) £27 a month for 72Mb unlimited broadband and phone, with free calls. The previous contract was £35, but when it ran out I looked to switch to Sky. BT retention came back with a better offer.
    Can’t get virgin where we live.
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    Vodafone Fibre Unlimited £17.51 per month (It was supposed to have been £21.50, but they have further discounted it - no idea why?).

    55Mbps / Unlimited

    We have on average 24 devices connected and stream UHD every day and no buffering...would recommend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    Looks a tad rubbish, I’ve had Hyperoptic for 5years+

    1GB upload and download And you don’t need a landline


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    I wonder if that's what's coming to my area - with the road being dug up for fibre installation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    Thanks Guys,

    I'm not after anything fancy, and my business won't be dependant on it for too much longer (retirement beckons), so Plusnet or the BT package is looking promising.

    The cap is because I've been with my supplier when such things were the norm. Their service has been good so I didn't want to move to a potentially worse service, but I need to make the move now.
    Broadband is one area you can get pretty great cashback and referral inventives. Could easily get £50+ maybe more, if such things are of interest.
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