Why should I use a price comparison website?
At a time when many people need to cut back on their outgoings, sites like Gocompare.com provide one of the most effective ways to compare a range of insurance and other everyday financial productsJohn Miles, Gocompare.com
Why choose Gocompare.com's digital TV comparison service?
With the help of our partners Digital Choices you can compare the latest deals for digital television services, including TV and broadband bundles, in one simple search. This gives you the chance to save money and find a package that's best suited to your requirements.
If you feel that you need more information before making a decision, try our digital TV guides
All you need to do to find the options in your area is enter your postcode and select whether you want to look at just digital TV options, or digital TV and broadband packages.
If just TV is selected, you'll be presented with our best-buy table showing the name of the provider, the package description, monthly charge, any set-up/equipment costs, whether premium channels and/or digital replay are included, and any special offers. The TV and broadband package comparison table will include all these elements, plus details of the broadband download speed, usage limit and modem.
If you're struggling with any of those terms, just click the title in the table for a simple explanation. You can also sort the table according to whichever factor is of most importance to you. When you find an option you like you can proceed to purchase online or, if you prefer, some of the providers offer a phone number to call.
If you feel that you need more information before making a decision, try our digital TV guides where you'll also find the answers to frequently asked questions. Find out more about the basics of digital TV, the advantages it has over old analogue options, how you get a signal, the equipment needed and the payment options open to you.
Did you know…?
- Which channels you can receive will depend on the area you live in
- Many new TVs are much more energy efficient than old analogue sets
- Providers like Sky, Virgin Media and BTVision are also experts in broadband and bundling your services together may make sense