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Why should I use to compare broadband and TV providers? provides the most comprehensive broadband, phone and TV comparison service in Ireland.

We compare packages from all of Ireland's biggest providers, including Cellnet, Digiweb, Eir, IFA Telecom, Imagine, Pure Telecom, Rural Wifi, Sky Ireland, Virgin Media, and Vodafone.

Our website is also the only place in Ireland that can show you what pure-fibre broadband services are available in your area, based solely on your address.

And when you’ve found the deal that works best for you, you can sign up for your new provider online in just minutes.

Best of all our service is easy-to-use, 100% impartial, and accurate.

You can learn all about the broadband comparison and switching process in our guide on how to get the best value broadband, TV and phone deals on

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Frequently asked questions

What should I consider when choosing a broadband provider?

The three most important things to consider when choosing a new broadband provider are:

  • Speed
  • Price
  • Monthly data allowance

The more people in your home, the higher your speed requirements, and if you all watch YouTube or Netflix, then you'll definitely need an unlimited data allowance.

You should also take into account the customer service reputation of your provider and the contract length.

When looking at price, try not to get blindsided by any introductory deals for the first few months and instead look at the total first-year cost. This is the full amount you can expect to pay over the first 12 months of your contract and will include any other charges such as set-up costs or installation fees.

Using our comparison tool, you can easily see the monthly and first-year costs of each plan. If an introductory offer or discount is available for the first few months of the contract, then this will be clearly marked along with the follow-on price.

For more information, take a look at our guide on 7 things to consider when switching broadband provider.

What do I need to switch broadband and TV providers?

Switching broadband and TV provider is easy with

Just type in your address or eircode using our comparison service to see a list of all the deals available in your area.

Once you’ve chosen your preferred deal all you need to place an order is a small number of personal details, such as your name and email address. You may also be asked to provide your UAN (User Account Number), which you’ll find written on a recent bill - if you are an Eir customer, this is your Eir account number.

Once we receive your details your order will be processed by your chosen provider, who will contact you within 24 to 48 hours to confirm the order and arrange installation.

Take a look at this guide to learn more about the broadband switching process.

How fast does my broadband need to be?

How fast your broadband needs to be will depend on two things:

  1. The number of devices that are using the connection
  2. The kinds of tasks you’ll be undertaking on a regular basis

As a rough guide, a household using one to two devices to browse the web, use email, social media and stream a moderate amount of video will need speeds that can reach around 25Mbps.

When you bring your device number up to three or four and you’re looking to do some online gaming or stream video in 4K resolution, you’ll need a connection that can consistently reach speeds of 50Mbps to 100Mbps.

If you have more than five devices in constant use in your household and you want to do all of the above, share large files on a regular basis and conduct live video streaming you’ll need a connection speed somewhere between 150Mbps and 200Mbps.

When looking at broadband deals remember that the advertised speeds only refer to the maximum speed possible with the plan, they are by no means a guarantee. In fact, in many cases, the speed you actually get will be much slower than what you might expect.

You can discover more about high-speed broadband in this guide.

What is the fastest broadband deal in Ireland?

The fastest broadband deal available to you will depend on:

  • Where you live
  • How far you are from your local telephone exchange
  • Whether you have access to a pure fibre broadband connection

Pure fibre broadband that can reach speeds of up to 1,000Mbps is now available in select towns and regions nationwide through providers like Vodafone, Digiweb and Sky. Meanwhile, Virgin Media offers speeds of up to 500Mbps to almost one million premises nationwide.

If you live in a rural area that doesn’t yet have access to fibre broadband then the maximum speed available to you will range from about 2 Mbps to 24Mbps at most. The further you are from your telephone exchange the slower your connection will be.

By using our broadband comparison service you’ll be shown a list of all deals, and their average speeds, that are available at your particular address.

How much does broadband cost per month?

The cost of broadband largely depends on the speed as well as whether your broadband connection is part fibre or pure fibre.

Pure fibre connections can reach speeds of up to 1,000Mbps and will usually be more expensive than part-fibre connections that can only reach speeds of 100Mpbs at most.

In general, you can expect to pay from €30 to €60 per month on average for broadband in Ireland. However some providers offer discounts for new customers which can reduce your cost for the first few months of service.

Don’t forget that there are other costs associated with broadband, such as connection charges and cancellation fees. Take a look at our guide on the most common broadband charges to learn more.

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*Unlimited Broadband is quoted as cost per month and may include discounts.

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