Cheap Broadband

Looking for a cheap broadband deal? We compare the cheapest broadband deals & packages. Easily compare the best broadband deals from Ireland’s top providers including Sky, eir, Virgin Media, Vodafone, Pure Telecom and more.

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Simply Broadband
Simply Broadband
Ends Soon
€25 per month for 6 months, then €40 thereafter.
100MbDownload Speed*
20MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
12 monthsContract Length
€25 per month for 6 months, then €40 thereafter.

Unlimited superfast fibre broadband from Vodafone

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and you'll save €90 on this contract

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Fibre Broadband Home
Fibre Broadband Home
€24.95 per month for 4 months, then €42.95 thereafter.
100MbDownload Speed*
20MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
12 monthsContract Length
€24.95 per month for 4 months, then €42.95 thereafter.

Super-fast fibre broadband from Digiweb

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and you'll save €72 on this contract

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Fatpipe Fibre 100
Fatpipe Fibre 100
Ends Soon
€30 per month for 6 months, then €50 thereafter.
100MbDownload Speed*
20MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
18 monthsContract Length
€30 per month for 6 months, then €50 thereafter.

Superfast unlimited broadband from Magnet

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and you'll save €120 on this contract

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Purely Broadband
Purely Broadband
€44 per month
100MbDownload Speed*
20MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
18 monthsContract Length

Unlimited superfast fibre broadband from Pure Telecom

Naked 250
Naked 250
€39 per month for 6 months, then €59 thereafter.
250MbDownload Speed*
25MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
12 monthsContract Length
€39 per month for 6 months, then €59 thereafter.

Superfast Broadband from Virgin Media - no phone, just broadband

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and you'll save €120 on this contract

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Naked 360
Naked 360
€39 per month for 6 months, then €64 thereafter.
360MbDownload Speed*
36MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
12 monthsContract Length
€39 per month for 6 months, then €64 thereafter.

Supersonic Broadband from Virgin Media - no phone, just broadband

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and you'll save €150 on this contract

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Naked 500
Naked 500
€39 per month for 6 months, then €69 thereafter.
500MbDownload Speed*
50MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
12 monthsContract Length
€39 per month for 6 months, then €69 thereafter.

Supersonic Broadband from Virgin Media - no phone, just broadband

Switch to Virgin Media

and you'll save €180 on this contract

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fibre solo + eir sport
fibre solo + eir sport
€52.99 per month
100MbDownload Speed*
20MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
12 monthsContract Length
€52.99 per month

Unlimited superfast fibre broadband from eir

Fatpipe Fibre 100 - No Contract
Fatpipe Fibre 100 - No Contract
€57.99 per month
100MbDownload Speed*
20MbUpload Speed
UnlimitedUsage
No contractContract Length
€57.99 per month

Superfast no contract broadband from Magnet

* The "download" speed displayed in Mb is the maximum possible speed you are likely to receive for this product. The actual speed you will get depends on your cabling, your area and (with non-fibre optic products) time of day and how far you are from the telephone exchange. Most providers will tell you the likely speed you will receive when you begin your online sign up - this may differ from the speed displayed in the table. Broadband, home phone and digital TV products are subject to availability at your location.

Cheap Broadband Explained

Who is the cheapest broadband provider?

Provider 1st Year Total Monthly Cost Max Monthly Limit
eir €459.87 €35 p/m (1st 12 months) Unlimited (1000Gb)
Pure Telecom €420 €35 p/m (1st 12 months) Unlimited (1000Gb)
Vodafone €450 €25 p/m (1st 6 months) Unlimited (1000Gb)
Sky €470 €35 p/m (1st 12 months) Unlimited
Virgin Media €648 €44 p/m (1st 6 months) Unlimited
Digiweb €564 €35 p/m (1st 6 months) Unlimited (350Gb)

All plans within the price comparison table include a landline package. 1st Year Total cost excludes any upfront costs such as installation fees and equipment charges.

How do I compare cheap broadband deals?

  • Broadband speed - speeds vary depending on the provider and the type of connection in your area.
  • Set-up fees - these vary from provider-to-provider, with some charging installation fees and other offering free set-up and equipment.
  • Contract length - many people don’t want to be tied into a lengthy contract, so make sure you’re happy with the length before signing up.
  • Add-ons and extras - think about whether you want to go for a broadband package/bundle or a broadband only deal. If you do opt for a bundle, you might want to consider extras like HD TV, and Sky Sports/Sky Cinema.

What is the cheapest broadband?

Provider Plan Monthly Cost From
Pure Telecom Online Special NGB Bundle €24 p/m
Vodafone Simply Broadband 24Mb + Home Unlimited €25 p/m
eir 24Mb Broadband & Off-Peak Calls €35 p/m
Sky Fibre Unlimited & Talk Freetime €35 p/m
Virgin Media Naked 250 & World Unlimited Home Phone €44 p/m

All of the broadband deals have unlimited data and include a landline package with the exception of the Pure Telecom deal.

What is the cheapest broadband and phone package?

Vodafone, eir, Sky, Pure Telecom and Magnet all offer broadband & landline call packages depending on where you live and the type of calls package you want.

The cheapest broadband and phone package is Vodafone Simply Broadband 24Mb + Home Essentials which is just which is just €25 for the first 6 months, and €40 thereafter and includes unlimited anytime calls to Irish landlines.

Can I get cheap broadband without a phone line?

Yes, you can get broadband without a landline. Virgin Media offers home broadband without needing a phone line and also Bigblu who are provide broadband via satellite.

If you’re happy to get your broadband via phone line, but don’t want a phone package added, there are plenty of providers to choose from, such as eir, Pure Telecom and Vodafone.

What is the cheapest broadband only deal?

Vodafone, eir, Pure Telecom, Digiweb and Magnet offer broadband only deals. The cheapest broadband only deal is from Vodafone with their Vodafone Simply Broadband plan costing only €25 for the first 6 months, and €40 thereafter.

What do I need to watch out for with a cheap internet deal?

  • Data limits: Is there a monthly usage cap? And if you exceed the allocated allowance what are the extra fees or hidden charges? Often this additional fee can make your cheap broadband deal expensive. If you are a heavier internet user you may benefit from an unlimited broadband deal.

  • Monthly price after discounts: Most of the providers offer great introductory offers but this price can increase significantly after the discount period ends. Look at the ongoing cost, which is the price you pay after your discount period, and not just the initial cost.

  • What is the minimum contract period? Are you being tied into a long contract?

The cheapest broadband deal may not always be the one that’s best for you - carefully consider all of the aspects of the plan to make sure it has everything you need before signing up.

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