OneStream is an independent British company based in Hampshire that works really hard to offer the best value broadband in the UK.
We always look for something special when adding a company to our listings. They need to be hot on price or provide excellent value another way.
When we realised that they offer fibre for less than £20.00 per month, we were definintely pleased to add Onestream.
Using fibre (FTTC) broadband isn't all about the speed benefit over regular broadband - known as ADSL. ADSL connects via copper cable all the way to your local telephone exchange building, whereas 'Fibre To The Cabinet' uses pure fibre from the cabinet on your street.
We think it's great to be with an 'up and coming' broadband provider, as they'll usually take better care of their customers and work harder to keep them.
On inspection, OneStream offers the following:
We've given them FOUR stars★★★★☆
Is OneStream any good? Yes. You've got to bear in mind that all providers effectively provide the same physical service, and nearly all offer unlimited broadband usage. Onestream is not different.
The only things than can really set them apart are the price, availbility/skill of customer service and the quality of their router. Onestream is delivering against all of those points.
They're a solid player that offer great value.
The price points they offer are regularly among the best in the UK. This is seen consistently all year round, and we know that they offer great deals at renewal.
We've worked to get you the very best deals possible. for a limited time, if you click via the banner below, you can order their fibre service from an incredible £19.99.
We think they're a great choice. Take a look below to see if they have a deal for you.
These are available to customers who take any deal on our site.
0p per minute to the first 60 minutes of any UK (01, 02, 03) call during weekdays, evenings or weekends.
0p per minute to the first 60 minutes of any UK (01, 02, 03) call 24/7.
Unlimited calls to UK mobiles at 2.5 pence per minute for the first 60 minutes of each call. A connection fee of 5 pence per call applies as well as the following restrictions:
60 minute call cap. If you wish to avoid additional call charges you should redial before 60 minutes have passed. Standard call charges apply if you exceed the 60 minute call cap.
Unlimited calls to landlines in 18 pre-defined international destinations (see below) at 2.5 pence per minute for the first 60 minutes of each call. A connection fee of 5p per call applies.
Important to know:
Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden & USA.