Black Friday and Cyber Monday represent one of the best times to get your hands on a bargain for your internet. With so many options available however, it can be difficult to work out exactly who’s got the best offer.
That’s why we’ve put together this quick list to help you decide who's got the best broadband deals this Black Friday.
Virgin Media is known for providing some of the quickest internet speeds on the market. While fast packages can come at a higher cost, the Black Friday offer makes it much more accessible. Virgin are offering up to 40% off the entire 18 month contract for any of their tariffs, making them our top pick. The most heavily discounted package is also their most widely available. The 108Mbps M100 Fibre offering has been brought down from £44 to just £25 per month.
See all of Virgin Media's broadband deals.
For a limited time you can get Vodafone’s Superfast 2 - clocking speeds of up to 73Mbps for only £20 per month. If you need a little bit more firepower you can go for their Ultrafast 200Mbps plan for only £33 per month. They also have a great range of discounted add ons including TV and online security services.
See all of Vodafone's broadband deals.
BT are offering the 3 months free on all of their broadband and fibre deals for Black Friday. They require a 24 month contract, which means that you save 12.5% in total.
See all of BT's broadband deals.
Sky are currently offering great deals on their 72mbps Superfast and 145 mbps Ultrafast packages. They cost £25 and £35 per month respectively and are available on 18 month contracts.
See all of Sky's broadband deals.
For Black Friday you can get NOW's 63Mbps Super Fibre deal for £20 per month on a 12 month contract. This is currently the same price as their slower, 36Mbps Fab Fibre offer.
See all of NOW's broadband deals.
Talktalk have offered discounts on all three of their broadband packages. Fibre 35 (38Mbps) is now £21 per month, Fibre 65 (67 Mbps) is £23 per month and Fibre 150 (145Mbps) is £28 per month. All are available on 18 month contracts.
See all of TalkTalk's broadband deals.
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