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BT has joined the Black Friday rush with a number of new deals for people signing up for its TV, phone and broadband packages.

Unlike many Black Friday offers, the BT deals will be available for slightly longer than one day, but customers will still have to act quickly, as the sale will only last from 25th November to 1st December.

People signing up can take advantage of the unlimited broadband and unlimited weekend calls package under the dual or triple banners.

The dual deal includes unlimited broadband and unlimited weekends calls for £5 a month plus line rental on a 12-month contract, while the triple deal also includes TV Essential at an additional cost of £5 a month.

Both these deals come with a free £50 Sainsbury's voucher, which is available to spend online or in-store at the supermarket giant.

Black Friday bargain hunters looking for even better broadband could opt for the unlimited Infinity 1 and unlimited weekend calls package, again under the dual or triple banners.

The dual deal includes unlimited Infinity 1 and unlimited weekends calls for £10 a month plus line rental on a 12-month contract, while the triple deal also includes the TV Entertainment package.

The triple deal is available at £15 per month for six months, rising to £17.45 for the next six months, and then £30.45 for the remainder of the 18-month contract, plus line rental.

Both these deals come with a free £100 Sainsbury's voucher, which is also available to spend online or in-store at the supermarket giant.

A further sweetener for new BT customers is that Netflix is now part of the BT portfolio, with prices starting from £5.99 a month, but free for the first month if people have never been Netflix customers, while BT TV and Netflix usage is also exempt from usage charges.

Those wanting to take advantage of BT's Black Friday deals need to act fast though, as they end on December 1st.

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