Broadband Providers

Compare home broadband and mobile broadband providers and find the best package to suit you. Whether you’re looking for standalone broadband or a broadband, TV and home phone bundle, our comparison can help. Some providers also offer great discounts for ordering online.

bigblu

bigblu

Get high speed satellite broadband with speeds up to 30Mbps anywhere in Ireland with Bigblu Broadband.

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Digiweb

Digiweb

Digiweb offer superb value high quality fixed line fibre, wireless and ADSL broadband & call bundle options for the home.

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eir

eir

Get up to 100Mbps unlimited ultrafast fibre broadband, home phone and digital TV with eir, plus FREE eir sport with eir’s broadband plans.

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Imagine

Imagine

Up to 70Mbps LTE broadband and phone deals, connecting rural Ireland to Fibre. Unlimited local and national calls.

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Magnet

Magnet

Ireland’s only no contract unlimited fibre broadband, offering super-fast speeds up to 100Mbps.

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Pure Telecom

Pure Telecom

Pure Telecom offer top value broadband only and broadband & home phone deals. Up to 100Mbps fibre broadband & phone packages.

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Sky

Sky

Up to 100Mbps broadband with calls & Sky Hub wireless router, as well as standalone TV plans and TV, talk & broadband bundles.

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Virgin Media

Virgin Media

Virgin Media’s superfast broadband deals combine excellent value unlimited broadband and phone bundle options. Speeds up to 360Mbps available.

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Vodafone

Vodafone

Vodafone offer top value broadband, phone & TV deals and unlimited superfast fibre broadband offering speeds of up to 100Mbps.

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Broadband providers in Ireland

Broadband providers in Ireland

There are many broadband providers in Ireland - here at Switcher.ie we compare the main ones so you can find the best deal to suit you:

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Here’s some information on the most popular Irish broadband providers to give you an idea of what’s available:

  • eir offers broadband, TV, home phone and mobile phone plans, which you can choose to bundle. eir has broadband speeds of up to 1,000Mbps in some areas of Ireland and broadband customers get access to the eir Sport pack free.
  • Pure Telecom offers broadband and phone plans with broadband speeds of up to 1,000Mbps in some parts of the country.
  • Sky currently offers broadband speeds of up to 100Mbps, but recently teamed up with SIRO and will start to offer 1,000Mbps in 2018. Sky is a best-in-class TV provider, with its selection of channels, Sky Q box and apps for watching on the move a big hit with customers.
  • Virgin Media runs its own broadband network, with speeds of up to 360Mbps available on some plans. It has a large variety of broadband, TV, phone and mobile packages, so you’re sure to find a deal to suit you.
  • Vodafone offers attractive broadband, home phone, TV and mobile phone plans. Its Simply Broadband plan is great for anyone looking for a broadband-only deal.

Cheapest deal from Irish broadband providers

The cheapest broadband deal on the market in Ireland at the moment is the Bill Save plan from Pure Telecom.

How to choose a broadband provider

When you’re choosing an internet provider, consider the following elements to see which package works best for you:

  • Price of the broadband package For most people, price is the most important factor when they’re choosing their plan. Prices will vary depending on the type of broadband you go for and whether you want to include TV or phone, too.
  • Broadband speed After price, speed is definitely the biggest thing people think about before signing up. Speeds in Ireland range go up to 360Mb. The speed you can get will depend on the type of broadband available where you live and whether or not you use WiFi. If you’re not getting the speeds you’d like, we have plenty of information on how to improve your broadband speed.
  • Broadband providers in your area In certain areas, fibre & superfast broadband providers may not be operating yet. If the broadband you want is not currently available, consider the other providers and see if one of these might work for you. You should also keep an eye on the fibre broadband rollout to see when it’s due to hit your area.
  • Broadband bundles Do you make loads of calls on your house phone and love watching traditional TV? If so, going for a provider that offers TV and broadband or home phone and broadband packages will normally save you money.
  • Contract Length Many people are put off switching internet providers because they don’t want to get tied into a long contract. However, there’s really no need to worry, as most broadband providers in Ireland only have contracts of between 12 and 18 months, and you’ll also be able to avail of a 14-day cooling-off period, during which you can cancel free of charge. If you really need a shorter contract, remember some providers also offer 30-day plans, which could work for you.
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