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Do you want better or cheaper broadband? Four of the best quick deals with up to £120 cashback

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Decisions: Choosing which internet offer to choose can be tricky, but sign-up bonuses can help

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If you’re looking to get a new broadband deal and need fast internet, there are currently four deals offering cashback and coupons to new customers.

All four offerings offer the fastest internet out there: three are full fiber and one is fiber.

But the biggest initial advantage is that they offer enhanced introductory offers to encourage new customers to sign up.

These are some of the best sign-up deals for those looking for faster internet.

Decisions: Choosing which internet offer to choose can be tricky, but sign-up bonuses can help

Vodafone* Full Fiber 150, worth €95 (All the details)

Monthly price: €29

Download speed: 150Mbps

Registration benefit: £95 gift card to M&S, Sainsbury’s, Amazon or Tesco

Length: 24 months

Installation cost: £0

This is the money says: This offer is a simple sweetening offer. Vodafone’s Full Fiber 150 package hasn’t changed, there’s just a £95 gift card if you sign up.

However, the speed could be better for the price. Full fiber deals like this can reach 1000Mbps, but that speed comes with a higher monthly cost.

Vodafone* Fiber 2 + Super WiFi 6, €45 bonus (All the details)

Monthly price: £32

Download speed: 67Mbps

Registration benefit: £45 gift card to M&S, Sainsbury’s, Amazon or Tesco

Length: 24 months

Installation cost: £0

This is the money says: At first glance, the monthly price may seem high, but it also includes Super WiFi 6, a signal booster that typically costs around £6 a month.

Fiberly* 330MB full fiber broadband only, £60 cashback (All the details)

Monthly price: €28.99

Download speed: 330Mbps

Registration benefit: £60 bill credit

Length: 24 months

Installation cost: £0

This is the money says: This is a fast all-fibre broadband deal, with speeds of 330Mbps. The sign-up bonus will add £60 to your account credit 120 days after the internet deal is activated.

Fiberly*, 1000MB full fiber broadband only, £120 cashback (All the details)

Monthly price: £40

Download speed: 1,000Mbps

Registration benefit: £120 bill credit

Length: 24 months

Installation cost: €9.99

This is the money says: This is as fast as internet speeds, and the £120 bill credit effectively reduces the monthly price to an average of £35 per month, including the installation fee.

Competitive green: Fiber broadband uses fiber optic cables that run to street cabinets like this one

Competitive green: Fiber broadband uses fiber optic cables that run to street cabinets like this one

What is the difference between fiber and full fiber broadband?

Basically, the speed and how the Internet reaches your home.

The fastest form of fiber broadband is known as cable. It uses fiber optic cables to bring broadband to street cabinets and then cables to connect to properties.

One level above fiber broadband is full fiber, which uses fiber optic cables to your property. This broadband is the fastest of all and also the most expensive.

At the moment, full fiber broadband is primarily chosen by households with multiple occupants watching movies, gaming or working from home at the same time.

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Broadband, TV and phone contracts are notoriously rigid, with customers often allowing deals to remain in place for many years while providers raise prices.

But you might get faster broadband, a better TV package and a better phone deal, while saving money every month.

It is always worth comparing prices to see if you can save, especially when the cost of living crisis worsens.

This is Money has teamed up with Broadband Choices to offer readers the opportunity to easily search for the best and cheapest deals on broadband, mobile and TV.

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