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Vodafone is £30 a month for instance for their "200Mbps Ultrafast" service. The caveat being it is a 24 month contract and prices will increase each March/April.
Shell Energy FTTP are £31 a month for their "Full Fibre 100" service. 18 month contract. Prices will increase each March/April.
TalkTalk Fibre 150 is £32 a month on a 24 month contract. Prices will increase each March/April.
Sky are £35 a month for their 145Mbps Service. The contract is 18 months and prices will increase during the contract term.
BT seem to show as £36 a month (like you mentioned) for their Full Fibre 100Mbps service. 24 month contract and prices will increase each March/April. They do sometimes have an offer for "Full Fibre 1" which is a 50Mbps product in the range of £29 a month (prices will still increase each year).
Cuckoo Broadband show up as £39.99 a month for their "Very Fast 115Mbps" service with fixed pricing for the whole 12 month contract.
I would say if you don't mind price rises and a longer contract, then there's Vodafone (which offers double the speed of the similar priced Shell).
If you prefer a shorter contract and fixed pricing, then Cuckoo (which topped the MSE Customer Service poll for Broadband).