The best Black Friday 2017 broadband and TV deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend is here again, and as always, it's brought some cracking broadband, phone, and TV deals with it. We've picked out some of the best.

They'll all be gone pretty soon - most of them by Tuesday 28 November - so if you spot something you like, we recommend snapping it up as quickly as possible.

The cheapest broadband deal of all this Black Friday comes from Plusnet. Its basic ADSL package is just £18.99 with no activation fee whatsoever, and £75 cashback (18 month contract). Even its fibre deals are super low in price, starting at £22.99 per month.

Another ridiculously cheap fibre deal this weekend comes from Vodafone. This corker of a deal has no setup fee, and costs either £20 per month for speeds up to 38Mb, or £25 per month for up to 76Mb (18 month contract). The best part is that both new and existing customers can jump on it.

Prefer a big name? BT isn't short on deals either. All its broadband packages this weekend come with the full BT Sport pack for free - even if you don't have BT TV - and some tasty reward cards. Get a £50 card with standard BT Broadband, £100 with BT Infinity 1, or £125 with BT Infinity 2.

Sky, meanwhile, is offering a £50 prepaid card with all broadband packages - and slashing its broadband and TV prices too.

Likewise, Virgin Media has cut the price of its Full House Bundle - that's up to 100Mb fibre broadband and over 300 TV channels for £46 per month, down from £56.

Speaking of TV, two of TalkTalk's TV Boosts - the Entertainment Boost and Kids Boost - are half price right now. On top of that, it's cut its broadband prices and snipped activation fees too, making standard broadband £18.95 per month and fibre broadband (speeds up to 38Mb) £25 per month.

And NOW TV has a special Black Friday offer on its TV Passes: two months for the price of one. You can even get them in a combo with broadband and phone.

EE's broadband is always reasonably priced, and this weekend you can get a low-cost package along with a pre-paid Mastercard - either £50, £75, or £100 depending on which broadband you choose.

And finally, First Utility has cut the cost of its broadband as well. For Black Friday, broadband prices start from just £17.99 per month plus setup fees.

Take a look at all our Black Friday and Cyber Monday broadband deals and compare what you can get in your postcode.

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