Hyperoptic 50Mb Fast Fibre Broadband

Averages 57Mb download speed



12 months reduced price + Please use our postcode checker to see if Hyperoptic is available in your area!

Speed Usage Contract Setup 1st Year Cost

£27.00 for the first 12 months

£30.00 thereafter

Truly unlimited 12
£19.00 £343


  • £19.00 total setup cost
    £19.00 activation fee (standard installation charge usually £200 - if you wish to move your existing faceplate or place your faceplate away from your frontdoor, installation charges may apply), no delivery charges

  • Averages 57Mb download speed
    Averages 5.7Mb upload speed
    Your provider should give speed estimates before you sign up
    Average Speed is the speed achieved by 50% of customers on the same product during peak hours of 8pm to 10pm

  • £343.00 first year cost
    (no telephone line required)

  • Truly unlimited download/upload allowance

  • Minimum contract 12 months 24 month contracts available
    You should be informed of any mid-contract price rises and then given 30 days to optionally leave your contract without penalty

  • Hyperoptic HyperHub, wireless router with 5 ethernet ports and a voice port to connect a standard telephone

  • HyperHub comes with security and parental controls

You are viewing the version of this deal available with a 12 month minimum contract. There is a longer contract version of this deal available with a 24 month contract.

About Hyperoptic

  • Faster than most competitors, 1Gb maximum broadband speeds, averages 900Mb
  • Symmetric service offering 1Gb maximum upload speed, averaging 900Mb
  • Cheaper 50Mb and 150Mb services also offered, 150Mb offers symmetric uploads
  • Truly unlimited usage on all products, without traffic shaping or throttling
  • No need for a landline, both phone and broadband-only products available
  • 24/7 technical support

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Reasons to choose Hyperoptic

  • Unbeatable speed - with the fastest package offering average speeds of 900Mb few other providers come close to matching Hyperoptic
  • Upload speed - on Hyperoptic's 1Gb and 150Mb deals, upload speed is the same as download speed
  • 50Mb and 150Mb options available - If you don't need the full gigabit service then you can save money with a budget 50Mb service (with 1Mb upload speeds), or a symmetric 150Mb service
  • Speed as advertised - as Hyperoptic uses full fibre to the building and high speed networks within the building, connection speeds average at least 95% of the advertised speed
  • Short contracts available - customers have a choice of 12 month or 1 month contracts
  • Truly unlimited usage - customers can download as much as they like without limits, there's no traffic shaping or throttling
  • No landline needed - Hyperoptic comes into your building via fibre optic cable, and into your home via a network faceplate, so broadband-only products are available
  • Phone bundles available - Hyperoptic can provide good value voice-over-broadband phone services with competitively priced phone bundles only £3 to £6 more than the broadband-only cost
  • Future proofed - Hyperoptic use full fibre to your apartment building, allowing them to increase broadband speeds as technology or demand progresses. Their building networks can support much higher speeds than are currently offered

Possible downsides

  • Limited availability - only select urban locations are supported. As of 2019 it's available in around 30 cities, and mostly only in apartment blocks
  • Installation can be expensive - if you have non-standard requirements for installation, such as moving an existing faceplate or placing the faceplate far from from your front door, you may be liable for the full £200 standard installation fee
  • No copper phone line - Hyperoptic's telephone services work over your broadband connection, meaning they won't work if you have a power cut or broadband outage, so you may have to rely on your mobile phone to make emergency calls, or separately maintain a copper phone connection
  • Excessive usage policy - although Hyperoptic's broadband is unlimited and unthrottled, their fair usage policy states that if you make excessive use of your connection to the detriment of other customers, then your service may be suspended


Hyperoptic details last checked on 2024-06-13