Fibre broadband postcode checker

Use our postcode checker to find out which of our broadband packages are available in your area.

What’s the best broadband in my area?

To find the best broadband deal for you, first check to see what’s available in your area by using a broadband postcode checker, like the one provided at the top of this page. This will tell you the types and speeds of broadband you can get – two things worth considering when finding the best broadband for your household, as well as thinking about your budget and daily internet usage.

When searching for the best broadband deals in my area, you might come across terms like ADSL, cable and fibre – these refer to the different technology types to deliver broadband service to your home.


Also known as standard broadband, Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) uses copper phone wires to deliver your broadband. Despite being the most commonly available, ADSL broadband is several times slower than average fibre networks.


Cable broadband, on the other hand, uses coaxial cables (an upgrade from the traditional copper wires) to connect your home to a fibre cabinet. This type of connection offers ultrafast speeds and a much more reliable broadband service than ADSL.

Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC):

There are two types of fibre broadband – fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) and fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP). Fibre-to-the-cabinet uses fibre optic cables from the telephone exchange to the local cabinet, then a copper wire connection to your home.

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP):

As the name suggests, fibre-to-the-premises uses fibre optic cables from the broadband exchange directly to your home. These broadband packages provide some of the fastest broadband speeds out there.

Over the next several years, Virgin Media will be upgrading its cable network to full fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband using cutting-edge full-fibre technology.

How do I find the best broadband deals in my area?

Simply enter your address into our broadband postcode checker. Whether you’re just looking for a good internet connection or want to add more services like phone and TV, you’ll be able to find the right broadband deal for your household. Just follow the steps below:

  1. Enter your postcode into our broadband postcode checker and tap ‘check availability’
  2. Select your address from the list of results and ‘check availability’ again
  3. See if Virgin Media is available where you live and what top speeds you can get
  4. Browse our best broadband deals and find the right package to suit you

    Or if you work from home, try this - If your business is registered to your home address, you could get one of our fixed price business broadband deals with 24/7 phone support included.

Can I get fibre broadband in my area?

Much of the UK now has access to fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) broadband, so there’s a good chance you can get a type of fibre broadband in your area.

Simply enter your postcode into our fibre broadband checker to see whether our fibre broadband is available in your area, and what speeds you can get. Hundreds of towns and cities are already online with us, and even more are due to be connected soon. Find out more on our network expansion page.

Why join Virgin Media?

When you join Virgin Media, you not only get access to a wide range of broadband packages with ultrafast speeds, ultra-reliability and unbelievable deals. You’ll also enjoy:

  • A network considered 99.89% reliable for connected homes
  • Unlimited broadband with no data caps
  • Free servicing and repairs from our support team

    Find out more about switching to Virgin Media.


The legal stuff

*Monthly price of Virgin Media’s main services and O2 Airtime Plan will increase each April from April 2025 by the Retail Price Index rate of inflation announced in February each year plus 3.9%. Doesn’t apply to any add-ons you may have selected, out-of-bundle charges or admin costs, which may increase separately. See www.virginmedia.com/prices and www.o2.co.uk/prices for details.

No setup fee

This promotion means you won’t pay the usual setup fee of £35. No setup fee is available on all bundles, broadband & phone, and broadband only packages. If you can set up using a Self-Install pack, but choose to use an engineer for the installation, you’ll still be charged £30 for this service.

These prices are for new customers only.

Virgin Media services are only available in eligible Virgin Media network areas. Virgin TV 360 and, for the time being, home phone are not available in new network expansion areas.

All of the products on this page are subject to survey, network capacity and a credit check.

Each service has a minimum contract length that’s shown in your basket.

If you take a bundle with both Virgin Media and O2, you’ll have separate contracts and bills – one for Virgin Media, and another for O2.

Priority is a service from O2 that current Virgin Media customers aged 16+ can also use.
  • Offers are subject to eligibility and availability.
  • Read the terms on the Priority app or at o2.co.uk/terms

  • Get fast, reliable WiFi gliding through every room or money back
    Eligible Virgin Fibre areas only. WiFi Guarantee available with M50 broadband or faster. £8p/m extra or included with Gig1, Gig2 or Volt. At least 30Mbps download speeds in every room or £100 one-off credit. Up to 3 WiFi Pods if needed. Exclusions & legal stuff apply.

    †To verify, see: https://www.virginmedia.com/legal/awards. Best in Test: based on umlaut Fixed Broadband Benchmark 2023 comparing major UK ISPs on download speed, upload speed, latency and stability. Uswitch Most Popular Broadband Provider: based on Uswitch consumer research Dec 2022 - Jan 2023 conducted by Opinium comparing broadband sales volumes and overall customer satisfaction of major UK ISP operators, split equally to form a combined score. Best Combined Connectivity Experience: based on GWS test results Oct 2022-Apr 2023 comparing data connectivity performance of major UK mobile operators and their associated ISP partners to form a combined score across both mobile network and WiFi experience.