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How to connect to broadband in Bury before your moving day

Now that you're planning your move to Bury there's a number things that will be helpful to know as well as steps you can take to make sure you don't have any gaps in your broadband coverage. The section below will address key information in each of the following categories:

  • Important contacts to have saved in Bury.
  • Installing your own home internet/broadband.
  • Who you should reach out to before you move.
  • If you will have to pay exit fees to join a new provider.
  • How to keep the same broadband provider for your new address.

Consider these factors when moving homes...

What you'll need in order to switch to a new broadband provider in Bury

When you make the switch to a new broadband provider in Bury, there is actually very little work that needs to be done by you during the actual process of switching. Your new provider will largely take care of everything, including canceling the contract you had in place with your previous supplier if necessary, saving you an awkward call with their customer service.

However, before you actually go online and sign up with your next supplier there is some key information that will be very important as you decide which new broadband provider you want. This information is as follows:

  • What services you want -
    Many broadband providers offer bundle packages that include services such as TV, landlines and even mobile phones in addition to their broadband. If you know that you want to have a landline or a premium channel package for your TV, it is in your best interest to explore which broadband providers in Bury offer any bundles that include all the services you would like.
  • Your current contract -
    Your current broadband contract will give you insight as to your current broadband plans so you can make an informed decision about what kind of plan you want to have with your next supplier, and it will also give you insights as to how much you may have to pay in early exit fees should you be in the middle of an active contract.
  • Your broadband needs -
    This information is a bit more general but it is crucial for finding the right plan for you, basic information like the amount of people that plan on using the network, what kind of devices are going to be connected or what are you using your broadband for. If you are simply scrolling social media and streaming netflix you may not need as large a broadband plan as someone working from home or playing video games online.
  • Your new address in Bury-
    This information is crucial as it will tell you specifically which suppliers are available to your new address, this will include your street address as well as your zip code. The zip code will tell you what suppliers are available in the area, and your street address will tell you more specifically what types broadband plans are currently available for your home be it full fibre or only ADSL (more on this means below).

Transferring you current broadband to your new home in Bury

The very first thing you should check when you're moving is whether or not your current provider services homes in Bury. Indeed many boradband suppliers have limited coverage across the UK and as a result may not be able to cover your new address, so be sure to check what providers are available in the area. Although, even if your supplier does offer services in Bury you may want to consider your current contract.

If you are currently in the midst of a contract with your current supplier you may be asked to pay an early exit fee in exchange for the right to switch to a new supplier. Whether or not it is worth it could depend on either your financial situation or if the savings you'll get from switching outweigh the cost of the exit fee. While exit fees will vary between different plans and providers, the general rule of thumb is that the fee will reflect how much time you have left on your contract, so if your contract is almost done the fee will not be a lot.

If you have several months before your contract is over it could cost over ยฃ100 to exit your contract early.

For this reason we recommend that you notify your current broadband provider that you are moving at least 30 to 40 days in advance if possible, because many of these providers do not want to lose their customers they may be willing to transfer your broadband to your new address for a fee.

Installing your own home broadband system in Bury?

When you moved to Bury you more than likely didn't just pick out any property to live, you very likely took your time to find the best option for you or your family. The same principle should also apply to your broadband! Here at Broadband Plans we can compare the entire broadband market to find the best packages for you or your family. Our goal is to save you both time and money so that you can focus on other more important matters like unpacking and getting settled.

For instance, we know that some providers offer an installation service but it may come at a cost that exceeds what you're willing to pay. If that's the case, you can follow our step by step guide on how to install a new home broadband system below:

  • Firstly, connect your modem - Find a central location of the property in close proximity to an outlet and as necessary a phone jack or a cable outlet. Your modem will receive the internet through either the phone jack if it is a DSL broadband system, and if it is a cable broadband system it will use a coaxial cable.
  • Secondly, power up your modem - Now that it is all plugged in, your modem will take about a minute or to power up. It's important to be patient as it may take some time for all the lights to come on.
  • Thirdly, connect your router - While your modem is connected to the internet, you'll need a router to create wireless access. Once plugged in, you can connect the router to the modem by using an ethernet cable.
  • Fourthly, test internet connection - Now that your modem and router are connected your wifi should be available. Once you join the network with the provided login information try to search the web on a few different devices from a few locations in the house. This is important because some providers will include free signal extenders if your broadband doesn't cover the entire property.
  • Fifthly, set up the network's security - On the back of your modem you can find the modem's admin IP address, once you spot it you'll have to copy it into your URL. Common admin IP address for generic modems are and Once you enter this, it should prompt you to log in using the default password listed on your modem and change the settings to ensure the network is secure.
  • Sixthly, personalize your network - Once you have changed the admin login information for your network you will also be able to change the network's name and its password. When creating your new network name and password avoid using special characters and personal information such as names or your address as you are better off keeping that information private.
  • And lastly, record all your login information - Now that your broadband is all set up and personalize be sure to write down or record all the information in case you forget or just have guests and want to share the login information efficiently

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Who to contact now that you're moving to Bury ?

Ahead of your move to Greater Manchester there are several contacts that you should reach out to and notify. For your convenience we've compiled a short list of who to contact below: Make sure you notify these entities about your move

Updating your personal information with all of these contacts will be important to avoid complications such as bills being sent to the wrong address or other valuable documents being mishandled. We suggest that even if you have contacted all parties listed above that you take initiative of having your post from your old address forwarded to your new address in Bury, you can do this one simple trip your local post office.

Do I have to pay an exit fee from my broadband contract when I move to Bury?

In the UK it is generally pretty difficult to leave a broadband contract early without paying a fee, and providers in Bury are no exception to this. These exit fees are typically calculated by how much time is left remaining on your contract, so if you just signed a 18 months contract, then it will be a very expensive exit fee, but if you just have 1 month left it will generally be a very small fee.

However, there are a few notable exceptions that might allow you to exit your contract early without any fee or penalty, we've listed them below:

  • Missold - If you are missold a service or item by your current provider, they will confirm your complaint by comparing it to the audio of your sales call, but if you are billed for a service you did not request you can terminate your contract free of charge.
  • Complaint - You have a complaint with your current supplier that cannot be fixed, and the Ombudsman have sided with you.
  • Increased rates - Your provider has increased their rates during your contracted period, most broadband contracts have a stipulation that you can leave without paying an exit fee if this happens.
  • Cooling period - If you are still within the 14 day cooling period when you first sign the contract.
  • Slower than promised - If your broadband speed is slower than what was quoted in the contract and is not fixable (Only if provider is a member of Ofcom's voluntary code)

Numbers to save if you live in Bury

Now that you've moved to Bury you'll need to learn some of the most helpful local numbers for getting settled. We've listed these numbers below, and suggest you keep these numbers saved should you need them in case of an emergency.

๐Ÿ“‡ Important Contacts When Living in Bury ๐Ÿ“‡
Service Name Address Contact Website
Water Services United Utilities Haweswater House, Lingley Mere Business Park, Lingley Green Avenue, Great Sankey, Warrington WA5 3LP +44 (0)345 672 2999 Website of United Utilities

The best broadband providers in Bury

Finding the right broadband plan can be overwhelming, many providers like to use technical jargon,and tend to upsell you into buying a bigger bundle than you actually need. Instead, our service cuts through the noise of the industry to find the best broadband providers in Bury and lists you the best bundles to meet your needs. In this section we break down your options for providers in Bury using the following parameters:

  • Which are the most popular broadband providers in Bury?
  • Which are the fastest broadband providers in Bury?
  • Which are the cheapest broadband providers in Bury?
  • Which are the most reliable broadband providers in Bury?

Which broadband providers are the most popular in Bury?

The most common broadband providers within Bury are unsurprisingly some of the bigger names in the UK broadband industry. These are some of the largest providers in the entire UK giving them the necessary infrastructure to provide consistently fast internet access without having to compromise on price. These providers include:

That being said, just because these are the most common providers in Bury doesn't mean that you have to be their customer! There are several alternative broadband providers that can supply internet homes in Bury with fast internet at affordable rates! We understand that researching to find the best rate can be a time consuming process, but that's where our Broadband Experts can help, by giving us a call today, we can walk you through all the best broadband options available in Bury.

Which broadband providers have the best service in Bury

Can you bundle broadband services if you live in Bury?

When considering which broadband provider to select ahead of your move to Bury it would be smart to consider some broadband bundles. By bundling broadband with other services, such as a home phone or TV, you can actually reduce your overall expenses and get all those services on one singular bill.

However, even if bundling can save you money compared to buying each service individually, choosing the wrong bundle can still result in your overpaying. As a result it's important to understand what's included in each bundle and clearly define what services you need and will use regularly. For example, purchasing a bundle with a large tv channel bundle is unnecessary if you plan to only use streaming platforms like Netflix or HBO.

In the following section we have broken down some of the most popular bundles for each category listed below:

  • Broadband (Internet) only
  • Broadband & Phone
  • Broadband & TV
  • Broadband, TV & Phone

How can I make my broadband connection faster in Bury?

Each city within Greater Manchester faces unique challenges regarding broadband access, internet speeds can vary greatly over short distances and can be impacted by many different factors. However, in this section we break down the average broadband speeds that residents of Bury operate with on a daily basis.

Does the average home in Bury have high or low ping

Ping, otherwise known as latency, is an important part of having a consistently fast internet. In fact you can have fast internet speeds on a standard internet test, but if your latency is high then it could cause serious amounts buffering or lag.

The concept behind ping, or latency, is that it is the amount of time it takes for information to reach from point A to point B, typically your device would be point A and the nearest server would be point B. Ultimately the lower the latency is the better the connection is, this is particularly true in moment where consistent responsiveness is needed while connected to the internet, such as when you are working or playing online games.

In Bury it is difficult to pin down the exact latency because rather than the city itself it typically depends on the provider, below we have gathered a list of the most common broadband networks in Bury and their average latency throughout the UK.

Common questions regarding broadband in Greater Manchester

๐Ÿ’ฐ Does switching broadband providers in Bury have a lot of fees?

Typically to switch broadband providers it does not cost anything, but that is only if you are not in the middle of a contract. If you have just moved to Bury and are not in a broadband contract then you should be able to a new provider at no cost. However, if you are in the middle of the contract you may have to pay and early exit fee if it is included in you the contract you signed with your previous broadband provider. Some providers do have set up fees for their plans if they have to make any alterations to your house, so this should be considered as well when choosing your next provider. .

๐Ÿ“ถ Why is my mobile internet connection different after moving to Bury?

Not every broadband provider will have the same level of service throughout the entire UK, there are several dead spots for each mobile network. If you just moved to Bury and find that you can't get any consistent cell signal or data coverage then it might be time to consider switching to a new mobile broadband provider.

๐Ÿ“ฑ Can I bundle my home and mobile broadband in Bury?

Absolutely, not only Bury, but all over the UK broadband providers are eager to get you to bundle not only your home and mobile broadband but also TV as well. In fact, there are even some broadband providers that will offer to supply the electricity and gas for your home as well!

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