BT is one of the world’s leading telecommunications companies, helping millions of people worldwide connect through phone, broadband, and television services thanks to Openreach.
As a subsidiary of Sky, NOW is most widely known for its TV services. However, in 2016 they started offering a range of flexible broadband deals.
Sky was the first company to offer unlimited broadband in the UK. With millions of customers across different mediums, Sky campaigns for better sustainability and giving back to the community.
TalkTalk was originally founded as a subsidiary of Carphone Warehouse and has since grown into its own provider, now also offering TV and broadband services.
Virgin Media broadband flows through its own cables rather than using BT’s infrastructure like other providers, allowing its customers to experience immense download speeds and FTTP broadband.
Vodafone started out as a mobile phone company, and has tried to enter the world of broadband twice - once in 2006 and again in 2015.