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Looking for the best connection deals in your area? Need some help deciding whether Fibre or LTE is the one for you? Best Internet is here to help!

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Our LTE and Fibre Coverage Map is constantly being updated to ensure that you receive the latest deals available in your area. Already know you’re covered? Click to begin your search for the best Fibre and LTE deals in your area. We make finding the right deals superconvenient. We make finding the right deals superconvenient. With us —you can compare LTE and Fibre deals that suit your budget and location. Our neat internet comparison platform lets you view connection deals by type, speed, price, data and provider.

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about Best Internet

What is the difference between fibre and LTE?

Fibre optic internet, which uses Fibre cables to transfer data, is the fastest and most reliable internet solution that you can use for your home or office. Fibre connectivity, which has become more affordable over the years, travels at great speeds, and is not affected by your distance from the source. There is a wide variety of Fibre packages to choose from than can suit your needs, and your pocket.LTE (Long Term Evolution) is the second fastest form of internet connectivity after Fibre, reaching speeds of up to 150Mbps. To connect to the internet through LTE, you would connect via a mobile network. LTE is more widely available in areas than Fibre at the moment. It is also easy to set-up and connect, all you require is a router and a SIM card.

Whats better, fibre or LTE?

Whether Fibre or LTE is better is dependent on your needs. All in all, if Fibre is available in your area, it would be an ideal first choice.

But there are other factors that will have a significant influence over your decision. If you are someone who travels a lot and uses the internet for social media browsing or online shopping, you may not have a need for the fast internet speeds that are provided through Fibre.

However, Fibre can be an ideal option for those who work from home, game online and stream entertainment often as they would require high internet speeds.

What if fibre is not available in my area?

Don’t have Fibre coverage yet? Click here to leave your details with us. We’ll let you know as soon as you have Fibre coverage in your area.

What line speed should I get?

Your ideal line speed depends on your requirements.

Under 10Mbps
This speed is ideal for those who frequently check emails, browse online and check social media with occasional streaming and downloading.

10Mbps –40Mbps
Ideal for a home that requires working online in real time, HD streaming, video chatting and online browsing.

50Mbps –100Mbps
Ideally suited for areas where the internet is used by multiple devices for HD streaming, working online in real time and media-rich downloads at high speeds.

Is there a difference between Wi-Fi and LTE?

Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) is a networking technology that utilises radio waves to provide internet connectivity to devices without there needing to be a physical connection. Multiple devices are able to connect through a Wi-Fi router.

Fibre, on the other hand, is a fibre optic network of cables that provides internet connectivity from the main servers to various properties. Fibre is the fastest and most reliable internet solution at the moment, with some of the highest internet speeds on offer.

What are some of the Pro's and Con's with LTE?

No installation is required
It’s portable
More areas receive LTE coverage

The signal can be unreliable as it depends on factors such as the weather and how many people are on the network
The technology cannot be used in older versions of smartphones

What are some of the Pro's and Con's with Fibre?

Fasted internet connection available
Most reliable form of internet connectivity
You will not lose signal in the event of theft of copper wires in your area
More secure for data transfer
Installation time –you could wait approximately five days for fibre to be installed in your area
The cables are more fragile than copper wires as they are made of glass

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