However, Sky have a really good Black Friday deal on their Superfast package which is promising 65-75 mb/s for £25. The same speed range will cost me £31.99 on BT's Fibre 2 deal. A similarly priced package on BT is their Fibre 1 package at £26.99, but with only 46-50 mb/s.
The only thing stopping me from choosing Sky is that I'm seeing more complaints around slow speeds and spotty connections on online review sites. I also don't know anyone that's with Sky broadband. Most of my friends are on BT or Virgin (which I can't get in my area). I'm leaning towards BT and paying a bit more, as they seem to have less complaints online.
I live about half a mile away from my local exchange (Openreach), and my local cabinet is only one street away, if that helps! We only have FTTC available on my street, no FTTP. I'm on a very sad ADSL 10 mb/s connection right now with less than 1 mb/s upload speed, which makes me lag terribly on group Zoom calls for work (one of my main reasons for wanting to switch).
Thank you to anyone who can help!
Edited by em_x (Mon 23-Nov-20 16:33:54)