Black Friday season is here and this is the best time to pick up a great broadband deal and save big on those monthly costs!
Every year without fail, we see internet service providers offer their lowest possible rates on fibre broadband, 4G broadband and more. This year is no different and we’re already starting to see Virgin Media and Sky come out the gates strong with seriously good savings and incentives.
Broadband is an essential purchase alongside any Black Friday laptop deal. Whether you need the fastest possible speeds or just need a dirt-cheap internet connection, we’ve got you covered in our selection of the best Black Friday broadband deals.
Black Friday Broadband Deals
Black Friday Broadband Deals: Editor’s Selection
Virgin Media M100: £342 off | was £44 per month now £25 per month with £35 setup fee
With an average 108 Mbps download speed and 10 Mbps upload speed, this is more than enough for the average household needs. This is a seriously affordable 18-month plan for speedy fibre broadband. Need it to be a little faster? Virgin is offering the same huge saving on their M200, M350 and M500 packages on the same page.
BT Broadband Full Fibre 100: 3 months free then £39.99 per month after
BT has come out the gates swinging with three months of broadband for free, which takes £120 off the price of a 24-month contract!
Plusnet: No Activation fee | just £23.95 per month plus £60 Plusnet Reward Card
With speeds up to 66 Mbps, this offers a good, stable connection for average households, along with a removal of the activation fee and a free £60 Plusnet Reward Card. This is an 18 month plan.
Now Broadband Super Fibre: just £20 per month
The cheapest deal on this list also comes with a shorter commitment period, too. An average speed of 63 Mbps at £20 per month is a seriously affordable package with decent speeds for smaller households, with the added flexibility of a 12-month commitment.
Black Friday Broadband Deals: Buying Guide
Here’s some advice if you want to shop around for yourself. Before I begin, Mbps means megabits per second, not megabytes per second: a megabit is one-eighth the size of a megabyte. Not many ISPs tell you that transparently and it gives you a false impression of the speeds that are truly possible.
Figure out what you need
This one sounds a little obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people are paying for speeds they don’t need, or getting a super low-cost deal that doesn’t fit their speed requirements.
Shop the price you find
As we countdown to Black Friday, you’ll see ISPs getting very competitive. Before you settle on one deal, do look around and see what else there is.
Do you need to make calls or not? Let’s be honest, most of you don’t need a home phone, but if in the situation that you do, you’ll need to narrow your search to broadband packages that include calls too.
On the flip side, broadband deals without calls can save you some money.