Sky and Virgin Media slash prices, but there's a way to get your broadband for FREE


    If you’re looking to cut down your monthly broadband bills, now is a great time to switch to a new contract. With Black Friday arriving on November 26, a number of Internet Service Providers (ISPs), including Sky and Virgin Media, have already launched some huge money-saving deals – with prices slashed by over 25 percent. That means you can sign up for Virgin Media’s speedy M200 full-fibre broadband plan (with average download speeds over 200Mbps) for just £31 per month, or get Sky’s Superfast service for just £25 per month – its lowest ever price.

    If you want to banish the buffering symbol forever, you can unlock some truly speedy downloads from Virgin Media with its M300 and M500 packages available at discounted rates, which offer customers speeds of over 500Mbs (that’s over 7x faster than the average broadband speed in the UK) for just £43 a month. At that rapid rate, you could download a feature-length Hollywood blockbuster in HD within 90 seconds.

    If that sounds enticing, you can find all of Virgin’s deals here and Sky’s best offer can be found here.

    However, before you sign on the dotted line just be aware that some smaller broadband firms are also offering big Black Friday discounts with those who sign up able to get internet access for free.

    Anyone who signs up for broadband with Hyperoptic right now will enjoy broadband for three months without having to pay a penny.

    If you thought that was good then there’s something even better from London-based Community Fibre with the firm offering a whopping six months for free.

    Even when the free deal comes to an end, prices are very competitive, with Hyperoptic offering its fast fibre speeds from £20 per month and Community Fibre beaming the web into living rooms for just £22.50 per month. Of course, the only downside of these companies is that not everyone has access to their connections.

    Hyperoptic currently supplies broadband to over one million homes and Community Fibre now offers its service to over 500,000 customers.

    If you are one of the lucky ones them here are all the best deals from Hyperoptic and Community Fibre.


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