Fibre for only £13.99? This Black Friday broadband deal is the cheapest around

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It seems that Onestream is hell-bent on topping the competition for the second Black Friday running. The internet provider just went and dropped a fibre broadband deal with a price the likes of which we've never seen before.

Onestream is offering fibre broadband for a peerless price of just £13.99 a month for a 12-month contract! Currently, as prices stand, this is the cheapest fibre broadband deal on the market right now and actually we can't remember fibre bills ever coming as low.

And it's worth noting that you won't find this offer anywhere else on the internet today…it's a TechRadar exclusive.

The only thing to bear in mind is that for such a great price you wont be getting incredibly fast speeds – this deal offers average download speeds of 17Mb. So this deal is ideal for anyone looking for cheap broadband and isn't majorly concerned with super rapid downloads or uninterrupted 4K streaming. But then again, this price is still cheaper than any cheap ADSL broadband deal in the UK, so it's still pretty impressive.

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The UK's cheapest broadband deal in full:

How does this compare to other broadband deals?

No prizes for guessing what we love about this offer…just how darn cheap it is (even if it does just barely classify as a fibre broadband deal).

However, if you're thinking this is too slow why not consider Vodafone. This Black Friday it's offering average speeds of 35Mb for just £24/pm, and an amazing freebie of a Google Nest Hub Max smart speaker.

Or if you want a hard cash freebie, BT could be the way to go. For a little extra a month you get average speeds of 50Mb. You only have to pay £28.99 a month and you get an whopping £100 Mastercard Reward card.

TechRadar is scouring every retailer and rounding up all the top deals over the Black Friday period, and we’ve put all the best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals in easy-to-navigate articles to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.


Source: TechRadar

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