The best Black Friday broadband and TV deals 2016

Everyone’s getting in on the Black Friday / Cyber Monday action this year, and broadband providers are no exception. We’ve picked out a few you might like today.

(NOTE: This article is about 2016 deals. To see 2017 Black Friday deals, head over to our updated Black Friday page)

Most of these deals will be gone by Tuesday 29 November, so if you like the look of one, you'll have to act fast! Here's our pick of the best:

Sky Broadband Unlimited is just £15 a month this weekend - an insanely low price for 17Mb broadband and line rental. You'll also get a £75 prepaid Mastercard to spend, and setup costs are only £9.95.

As for Sky TV, you can nab a telly package complete with a free gift - that could be either a cash reward up to £150, a 32" TV set, a Lenovo laptop, or an Xbox One S.

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Looking for fibre optic broadband? BT has its lowest ever prices on BT Infinity 1 - £27.99 a month plus a £100 BT Reward Card. Speeds are up to 52Mb, downloads are unlimited, setup costs are £59.99.

Virgin Super50 Fibre, a completely landline-free broadband package, is going for £18 a month - it's usually £27! Speeds are up to a lickety-split 50Mb, setup costs are £14.99.

TalkTalk has scrapped setup costs altogether for the weekend - so if you go for a TalkTalk TV package, you could save up to £50 right now.

And finally, Plusnet is offering 17Mb Broadband Unlimited for £18.99 a month (setup costs £6.99), with £50 cashback. All in, that's just £172.99 for the first year.

Take a look at all our Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals - or see our pick of mobile deals here.

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