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Swiss Home Internet Plan Comparison 2024

The Internet plan comparison on lets you compare low-speed, mid-speed and high-speed Internet offers which are available at your address. In addition to Internet-only plans, you can also compare bundled telecom packages. Compare home internet plans now

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In the first step, you choose or create a user profile. You can also enter your address to compare plans available at your location.

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In the second step you can compare home Internet plans including special promotions with the free, unbiased comparison.

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Swiss home Internet plans

Internet plan

iWay optical fiber countrywide

  • Optional TV plan

  • Cheap price plan

  • Discounts

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Quickline Internet

  • Internet, TV & landline

  • Cheap price plan

  • Discounts

Internet Plan

Init7 Easy7

  • Internet connection

  • Via optical fiber

  • Direct online application

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Internet Plans: More Information

You can easily find the home Internet plan which best suits your needs using the Internet comparison on You have the option of entering your address and your preferred Internet connection speed to find the most affordable offer available at your location which delivers the speed you need.

You can find useful tips for choosing the right Internet plan here.

Where you live plays a major role in determining the availability of home Internet plans. That is because not all properties are connected to phone lines, cable networks and optical fiber networks. Some plans are only available through one or two of these channels or through specific networks. Internet connection speeds and pricing also vary between regions.

You should pay special attention when considering Internet plans which use copper telephone line networks. All regions of Switzerland are connected to telephone line networks, but data transfer speeds vary broadly between regions. Even phone line connections in some larger towns may only deliver speeds of several Mbps, while phone lines in other locations may deliver speeds of 100, 200 or even 500 Mbps.

Home Internet offers from cable network operators are only available through local cable TV networks.

Regional differences also affect optical fiber connections. Some Internet offers are only available in specific cities or regions. Some optical-fiber-based Internet plans cost more in some locations than they do in others.

The Home Internet comparison accounts for networks which are available at your address as well as location-based price differences as per information provided by telecom service providers.

With many service providers, Internet speed has the biggest impact on price tags. Plans which deliver higher Internet speeds cost more than plans which deliver slower Internet speeds.

Some service providers charge the same price regardless of Internet speed. This makes sense because the costs of servicing Internet connections hardly changes regardless of the actual data transfer speeds delivered.

How fast an Internet connection you can get depends primarily on the networks which you can connect to. Optical fiber networks can deliver extremely fast Internet connections. Coaxial cable networks from cable TV operators like UPC and Quickline are capable of delivering fast Internet to all cable connections. But in the case of cable networks, speeds can be greatly reduced when too many users in an area perform data-intensive tasks at the same time.

Just because an Internet connection is theoretically capable of delivering a certain Internet speed does not mean that you will actually connect at that speed. Many Internet plans limit data transfer speeds.

These are the speeds which you can theoretically access through different networks:

  • Optical fiber networks are capable of speeds of 1 Gbps or even higher.
  • Coaxial cable networks can deliver speeds of up to several hundred Mbps.
  • Telephone line networks (copper) deliver speeds ranging between several Mbps and several hundred Mbps.

The advantages and disadvantages of each telecom technology are explained in this guide.

The most important criteria for an accurate comparison are your address and the minimum Internet speed you need. Additionally, you can limit comparison results to symmetrical Internet connections (identical upload and download speeds).

Only offers which meet all of your criteria are included in the comparison.

Yes. You can choose to compare multiple fixed telecom services together. You can choose to compare the combined costs of getting multiple plans (Internet, TV, home phone) from each provider.

Only telecom services which offer all of the plans you need are included in the comparison.

You can choose between comparing all offers available at your address, or comparing only offers which are available countrywide. When you choose an address-based comparison, the results include all Internet plans you can get based on the networks (telephone lines, cable TV, optical fiber) available at your address.

If you choose to compare countrywide offers, results only include Internet plans which are available countrywide (or to the majority of Swiss households). Note that even plans which are offered countrywide may still not be available at your specific address.

The home Internet comparison accounts for these costs and features, among others:

  • Data transfer speeds (upload and download).
  • Network technologies like optical fiber, copper phone lines and coaxial cables.
  • Basic monthly subscription fees.
  • One-time costs and activation fees.
  • Total costs for the first year.
  • Minimum contract terms and notice periods.
  • Customer satisfaction ratings
  • Discounts and special promotions

The primary network technologies used by Swiss Internet service providers are:

  • Copper telephone lines
  • Coaxial cables (cable TV networks)
  • Optical fiber (FTTH)

Address-based comparisons account for the networks and Internet connection speeds available at your specific address.

You can find more information in the guide to Home Internet network technologies. conducts regular surveys to determine customer satisfaction with Internet service providers.

Customers rate their satisfaction with these aspects of service, among others:

  • General satisfaction.
  • Satisfaction with customer service.
  • Satisfaction with Internet speed.
  • Satisfaction with customer billing.

Customer satisfaction varies broadly between Internet service providers. You can find customer satisfaction ratings on the product information pages in the home Internet comparison.

You can also sort all Internet plans in comparisons based on customer satisfaction ratings.

Special promotional offers on Internet plans can save you a lot of money. That is why includes and updates special promotional offers in the home Internet comparison.

The unbiased comparison from includes these Swiss Internet service providers, among others: GGA Maurgreen.chInit7iWayM-BudgetmonzoonQuicklineSaltSolnetSunriseSwisscomTalkTalkTeleboyWingo, Yallo.

Our established telecom expert Ralf Beyeler will answer any questions you may have free of charge. Just send us your question by email or post it in the telecom forum on

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