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    Look for our Market Beating Prices marker - it's your sign that our rates are better than you'd get from other major providers.

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    Gigafast full fibre speeds

    Our 1 Gb speeds are 13x faster than the UK average.

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    3 months guarantee

    We believe in what we do so much that our satisfaction period is over six times longer than BT, Sky, Virgin Media, Vodafone and EE.

Full Fibre from just £20.

Choose from options below and find the right speed and contract length for you. Free installation on select tariffs. Offer ends 30th April 23:59.

  1. Switch to our Gigafast Full Fibre and we'll buy out your contract.

    Select one of our 2 year packages and if you're in contract with another provider, we're offering you up to £150 of your exit fee from your current provider. (Full terms and conditions below).

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    No in-contract price hikes.

    Some providers pass on the cost of inflation to their customers mid contract - meaning the price you signed up for isn't the final price you pay. At G.Network we don't think that is fair. The price you agree is the price you get. No hikes, no nasty surprises. Just reliable Full Fibre broadband you can count on.

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G.Network 100% Full Fibre broadband offers next generation performance and Market Beating prices.

  1. The Full Fibre difference.

    Not all fibre connections are created equal. Some providers claim to be full fibre but only offer a fibre connection to the cabinet (FTTC). With G.Network infrastructure, residents and businesses are able to access 100% Full Fibre connections straight to your door. No copper wires and no compromise on speed.

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    Speak to one of our fibre specialists who will help you choose the best speed and contract length for along with any add ons.

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    That's it! Once we've processed your order we will call you to talk you through the installation process.

Our guide to choosing your Home Broadband .

What is home broadband?

Home broadband is the name given to the high-speed communications system in our homes that links our computers, mobile phones and other digital devices to the internet, allowing us to access the web, email, streaming tv and countless other online services at high speeds. Home broadband uses a cable, DSL or satellite modem that is hooked up to an Internet Service Provider (ISP), and the home network uses wired Ethernet and wireless Wi-Fi technologies, both of which are considerably faster than the broadband speeds of most internet connections.

Standing out above the rest is full fibre broadband, which uses fibre optic cables that are a lot better at transferring data than your standard copper cables. In a nutshell, you can do all the things you love like online gaming and streaming movies and music a lot faster with full fibre home broadband – find great deals on full fibre home broadband today here at G Network. 

What types of broadband are there?

Copper broadband

Copper broadband uses a traditional copper telephone line to connect from a local telephone exchange, onto a green street cabinet, and then to your home. With copper the broadband signal gets slower over distance - so if you live a long way from the nearest green cabinet - slower speeds are inevitable! 

Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) 

Fibre connections are different to copper because they use fibre-optic cables instead of traditional copper. Fibre cables are made up of a bundle of thin glass ‘fibre’ threads which can carry broadband signals quicker and more efficiently. Fibre to the cabinet broadband carries your connection from the local telephone exchange to the street cabinet. The final connection from the street cabinet to your home is usually over an older copper wire telephone line - this is sometimes known as ‘partial fibre’. 

Fibre to the premises (FTTP) 

This is commonly known as ‘full fibre’ broadband. A full fibre-optic broadband connection uses the newest technology fibre-optic cables to carry your broadband all the way from the local exchange to your home. Full-fibre offers the fastest speeds and the best reliability broadband. 

Can you use home broadband without a phone line?

The short answer is yes – you can get home broadband without a phone line but your choices will be somewhat limited. Most UK providers work on the Openreach network which carries the broadband signal into your home via the old copper telephone wires, so if you wish to get broadband without a phone line you will have to choose a provider that does not use Openreach. 

How can I choose the best broadband package for me?

There are many different things to consider when trying to choose the correct broadband package for your home. The most important things to keep in mind are the speed, usage and the cost of the package, and to determine this you will need to first understand the exact type of broadband user you are:

  • How and why you will need to connect to the internet
  • How important broadband speed is to you
  • How many people in your household will be using the internet
  • How many devices will be connected to the internet. 
What broadband speeds do I need for my home? 

When it comes to understanding the broadband speed you need for your own home, the first thing you should determine is exactly how many people are in your household and how many people and devices will be needing to use the internet. As a general rule we’d recommend:

  • 0-300mb (1-2 per household)
  • 300-600mb (3+ users per household)
  • 600mb-1Gb (serious streaming household)

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13x faster than UK's average download speed

13x faster than UK's average download speed based on G.Networks Gigafast product with up to 900 Mb download speed vs 69.4 Mb UK average. Source: 2023 Ofcom UK Home broadband performance data.

*Buyout Offer terms and conditions

Buyout Payment Offer

These Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) govern this Buyout Payment Offer.

“Definitions”

1. Eligible Products are:

a) Residential Ultrafast 300Mb on a 24-month minimum term

b) Residential Gigafast 1G on a 24-month minimum term

c) Residential Gigafast 1Gon a 24-month minimum term

2) Promotion Period is 19th February 2024 to 30th April 2024

“The Offer”

1. New residential customers who purchase an Eligible Product during the Promotion Period can get up to £150 towards any early termination charges payable when ending their existing broadband agreement before the end of their minimum term.

“Eligibility Criteria”

2. To be eligible to submit a claim you must:

a. have an existing agreement with another service provider for broadband services and still be within your minimum term;

b. been charged an early termination charge by your existing provider for ending your agreement with them before the expiry of the minimum term;

c. Register for the Buyout offer within 14 days of completing your order and before your G.Network service is activated.

d. Submit your claim and provide a copy of your final bill via the Buyout Offer Portal within 45 days of your G.Network service being activated.

e. Have a G.Network service that is activated by 31st July 2024. Claims submitted after this deadline will not be valid and G.Network will be under no obligation to pay you a Buyout Payment. Any Buyout Payment made by G.Network as a result of a claim made after the date set out above shall be made entirely at G.Network's discretion.

“How do I claim the Buyout Offer”

1. To claim, customers must register for the Buyout offer. An email, requesting customers to register for the Buyout offer will be sent after you place a G.Network broadband order. A confirmation email for successful registration will be sent. Your Buyout Payment will not be automatically processed as part of your order for the Eligible Product.

2. To validate a claim for the Buyout Offer, customers who have registered a claim will be asked to send a copy of their final bill. The final bill must:

a. clearly and distinctly show the early termination charges payable.

b. be in the same name as the name on the G.Network order

c. be for services at the same address as the G.Network order – except where the customer is moving home in which case additional proof will be requested

d. not pre-date the date your G.Network order was completed. 

Where your current offering is a bundled service which includes other services such as TV, Telephone, and Mobile service then you will only be eligible for a Buyout Payment where your bundled proposition includes a broadband service.

“How much will my Buyout Payment Be?”

1. The Buyout Payment will be the lower of £150 or the actual early termination fee charged by your existing provider

2. If approved, and your service is activated with us, the Buyout Payment will be made via BACS to a UK Bank Account which must be in the same name as the G.Network account holder.

“Other important Terms”

1. We recommend that you do not cancel your agreement with your existing provider until your service is active with us.

2. The 3-month satisfaction guarantee does not apply to this offer.

3. Customers must have an active Direct Debit set up with G.Network

4. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, additional discounts, offers and promotions.

5. G.Network reserves the right to withdraw the Buyout Offer at any time

6. These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.

‘’When will I get my gift?’’

Once you have made a successful claim, your details will be provided to MLP for the fulfilment of the cashback. MLP will contact you via email to the email address associated with your G.Network account to request your bank account details.

Your cashback payment can only be made to the person named on your G.Network account.

You will have 30 days from the date on your email to enter your bank account details.

When you have provided your bank account details, your payment will be made within 10 working days and you will be notified via email once it has been sent. Your payment will arrive in your account within 3-5 working days from this date.

PROMOTER: G.Network Communications Limited Registration Number 10057745, registered office 69 Wilson Street, London, EC2A 2BB

This campaign is fulfilled and managed by The Marketing Lounge Partnership (MLP), The Cowshed, Walnut Tree Farm, Lower Stretton, Cheshire WA4 4PG.

** Gigafast Extra bundle eligibility

Gigafast Extra bundle includes Gigafast Full Fibre broadband, 1 Fixed IP address and Full-On WiFi. Full-On WiFi is only available to customers in areas with Nokia OLT/ ONT. 

^^ 3 months satisfaction guarantee

New customers can terminate their service within the first three months without cancellation charges by providing a 30-day notice. Certain Promotional Products and Offers are excluded, see separate offer terms fr details.

G. Network's satisfaction guarantee is up to four times longer compared to the average offered by BT, Sky, Virgin Media, Talk Talk, Vodafone, Plusnet, and EE. This claim has been independently verified by FDM.

^G.Network's Market Beating Price

G.Network's Market Beating Price tracks the prices of major providers (as defined by Ofcom) to provide you with better-than-market average prices, which are independently verified by FDM. Terms and conditions apply.

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† Comparison details

Based on pricing data independently checked and verified by FDM (25.01.24). Contracts will run in to 2025 and may include price rises in April 2025 that cannot currently be foreseen. Comparisons therefore indicate an “Expected Contract Cost” based on current prices, excluding potential future price rises.

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