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If you don’t currently have fibre broadband, but it's available in your area, now is the time to get it. With many major broadband providers offering great Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals this year, you’ll have a great opportunity to switch over to a cheaper, faster service.
Fibre broadband is quickly becoming the standard for home internet packages, delivering more consistent connections and much faster speeds than older copper broadband. And with plenty of Cyber Monday Wi-Fi deals available, you could actually end up spending less per month for a faster, more reliable connection.
That means better-quality streaming, faster downloads and the ability to use more devices at once. So if your internet has been struggling to meet your household’s demand, a Cyber Monday fibre deal could let you do much more with your broadband.
Cyber Monday bundle deals are a great way to maximise your savings at a time when providers are offering all sorts of discounts and special packages. If you currently pay for separate broadband and TV services, a bundle deal under one provider could save you a lot of money throughout the year.
You could obviously save plenty when purchasing a broadband-only deal. But combining your landline, mobile, and TV into one big Cyber Monday bundle deal would mean that you could make a saving on every single telecoms service you use.
That being said, be sure to take stock of which services you really need before grabbing a Black Friday bundle. It’s only a good deal if it offers services you actually want.
In previous years, we’ve seen great Black Friday and Cyber Monday internet deals from most major broadband providers. Last year, brands like Plusnet, Vodafone, TalkTalk and BT offered various “reward cards” and cashback offers in addition to great bundles and low monthly rates.
There are sure to be some exciting exclusive deals appearing on Uswitch on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021, with a few key providers known for offering some excellent prices over the weekend.
Major providers will be offering significantly reduced monthly rates and exclusive bundles for new customers.
Last year, Black Friday saw most of the major UK broadband providers run limited-time offers for the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend.
Some providers like Virgin Media and TalkTalk had substantial discounts on a few of their most-popular products, while providers like BT and Hyperoptic offered generous gift cards and vouchers as extra bonuses when signing up.
This year, we’re expecting providers to ramp up their offers and add-ons once again. Here’s what we’re likely to see in 2021.
Virgin Media has put heavy discounts on its ultrafast broadband-only deals and temporarily removed its £35 installation cost, in a range of offers that you can only get with Uswitch this Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend.
Enjoy over 100Mbps of internet speed for just £25 per month with Virgin's M100 package, or five times that for just £12 per month more with its 516Mbps M500 connection, at just £37pm. Thse deals end on Tusday 30th November.
On Black Friday itself, Virgin Media also launched some of its biggest TV and mobile bundle offers ever. You can get its first 'Volt' package that includes over 600Mbps speeds, an O2 SIM and the choice between an LG 4K TV or £250 bill credt. Or still enjoy the choice between TV and credit on slower broadband bundles too. You'll have until Monday 29th November (Cyber Monday) to secure these offers.
In addition to discounted broadband, Sky is offering a triple-play broadband, TV and home phone bundle for just £39 per month this Cyber Monday 2021. That's a surefire way to both streamline your bills and save you money, especially if you're already paying for those services from separate providers.
The provider is also currently offering its ultrafast deals at discounted rates. Get Sky Ultrafast Broadband for £32 and Ultrafast Plus £42 per month this November.
BT is the UK's longest-standing telecoms provider and is well-known for its excellent service and strong loyalty.
While monthly price of its broadband deals are a little on the expensive side, it's made up for it this Cyber Monday by offering the first three months of its contract for free on all of its superfast fibre products. In addition, its Fibre 2 deal comes with a £110 reward card that you can spend with a variety of stores in time for Christmas.
BT's broadband and TV bundles have also been heavily discounted this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, with both BT Sport and BT Entertainment packages being made a lot cheaper if you buy a Cyber Monday BT broadband deal this November.
TalkTalk's deals are often some of the cheapest on the market. And this year, the provider has made its 67Mbps Unlimited Fibre 65 deal the same price as its slower Fibre 35 deal, at the very low price of £20 per month this November.
That's nearly double the broadband speed of its slower superfast deal for exactly the same price this Cyber Monday, which is a very small cost for the speed it is. You'll also get a £75 voucher for signing up to Fibre 65 this year.
In an exclusive you can only get on Uswitch.com, Plusnet has heavily discounted its superfast 66Mbps Fibre Extra with Phone Line deal this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, offering it for just £23.95 per month until Thursday 2nd December.
To add to this, if the deal's right for you, you'll get a £100 reward card to spend in a range of stores if you sign up, so that's a nice boost to your Christmas shopping budget too.
Though still relatively new to the broadband scene, Vodafone has come through with one of the best-value broadband deals this Cyber Monday. You can get 67Mbps of superfast Wi-Fi for just £20 per month this year, and enjoy a £130 gift card for signing up too.
To add to this, Vodafone's 100Mbps full fibre deal is just £23 per month for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021, which is an incredibly low price for an ultrafast connection. So if it's available in your area and the deal suits your needs, Cyber Monday is your time to get it.
The digital TV service NOW Broadband, which is owned by Sky, has some great-value broadband bundled with award-winning TV and film packages this Cyber Monday.
Its famed Sky Entertainment and Sky Sports passes are a lot cheaper during this period, so if you're after a broadband and TV bundle with lots of premium Sky channels, now is the time to see if NOW has what you need!
One of the most popular full fibre broadband providers in the UK, Hyperoptic is famed for delivering some of the fastest broadband speeds in the country
And for Cyber Monday this year, you'll get the first three free if you sign up for a 24-month contract!
Yes — the UK department store also provides a broadband service! It's operated through Plusnet, which uses the nationwide Openreach fibre network to reach 96% of premises in the country.
This year, alongside cheaper broadband deals, you'll benefit from a John Lewis e-gift card to spend on the actual John Lewis site too, so you could enjoy a bit of extra Christmas shopping if this provider's broadband offering is right for you.
Cyber Monday takes place on the Monday after Black Friday. It's where online retailers host their own big sales event, after the shopping craze that Black Friday brings the week before.
When Black Friday first started, the day after Thanksgiving in the US, people noticed a huge rise in online sales the following Monday. Perhaps to do with families travelling back from relatives' homes or people who were busy working on Black Friday.
So online retailers decided to make their own day out of it — Cyber Monday — and it's often the last day of the Black Friday shopping weekend.
This year, Cyber Monday is on 29 November 2021.
Black Friday is the year's biggest shopping event. It started in the United States, taking place annually on the Friday after its Thanksgiving holiday.
Shops, online retailers, services and even broadband deals are often made a lot cheaper on Black Friday, in order to entice shoppers in the run-up to Christmas. So if you're looking to get a great deal on a new product, Black Friday is the time to find one.
This year, it's taking place on Friday 26 November 2021.
It is thought that the 'Black' in Black Friday refers to retailers' profits during the period.
When keeping financial records, profits are often written in black font, whereas losses are signalled in red. And since this particular Friday (the last one in November) was driving so many sales for retailers every single year, they would come to expect to see a lot of black font in their records for that day.
Hence the name, Black Friday!
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