Oh, you lucky blighter! This week we're bringing you a dynamic duo of deals to snap up if your current internet contract is coming to an end. We couldn't decide which one we liked best – so we decided to tell you about them both.
You can read about them in detail below, but the first is the return of TalkTalk's cheapest fibre broadband price. It's free to activate and a mere £25 a month guaranteed for the 12 or 18 months of the contract. And second is Sky's attempt to wrestle your business its way – a £100 pre-paid MasterCard with any standard or fibre internet plan, which you can spend in-store or online.
TalkTalk Broadband deal of the week
TalkTalk Faster Fibre broadband | 12 or 18 months | Up to 38Mb | Line rental inc. | No TV | FREE upfront | £25pm
TalkTalk broadband seems to be growing more and more popular, and it's easy to see why when prices are this good. And the monthly bill is guaranteed for the entire length of the contract, so you don't have to worry about a hike halfway through. Do remember though – you can get a Vodafone broadband deal for the same price with a gift thrown in valued up to £199 RRP. Total cost of 12 months £300/18 months £450
Sky Broadband deal of the week
Sky Broadband Unlimited | 12 months | Up to 17Mb | Line rental inc. | No TV | £19.95 upfront | £20pm
Sky's standard internet doesn't necessarily have the cheapest monthly cost (that honour goes to EE broadband at the moment), but the £100 MasterCard it's offering makes it extremely tempting anyway. Line rental and unlimited data are included. You may feel put off by the twenty quid set-up, but that's less than what the likes of BT broadband charges. Whichever way you spin it, this is a fantastic deal. Total cost of 12 months £259.95
£100 pre-paid Mastercard with Sky
If the £100 Mastercard is whetting your appetite for Sky broadband, it's worth noting a few of the conditions. For example, it's only available to new customers joining Sky Broadband for the first time. And you need to make sure that you claim it within 90 days of signing up. So if you've got a forgetful nature then it's well worth popping in your diary! You have to use it within 12 months, too.
You can use the card anywhere that accepts Mastercard, with just a few exceptions – gambling, cash withdrawals, currency, cashback or at petrol stations.
Existing TalkTalk and Sky broadband customers
Sky states that its deal is for new Sky customers only. So if you already have Sky Broadband – or even if you have had it before – you won't be able to snap up this offer. Head to our other best cheap broadband only deals instead.
The TalkTalk deal on the other hand, can be claimed by existing and previous punters. Existing customers need to sign a new contract to be eligible.
Today's best broadband deals
If the above two deals aren't quite doing it for you, then fear not – TechRadar will help you track down the ideal internet plan for you. If, for example, you were hoping to get one, big broadband and TV deal, then click the link for the best on the market. And for anything else, simply head to our main best broadband deals page and use the price comparison chart to bag a bargain.