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Best Black Friday deal: Get fast broadband for £14 and free Samsung laptop worth over £350


Want cheaper broadband and fancy a shiny new PC on your lap? Well, Three Mobile is offering customers just that with the UK network revealing a number of deals just in time for today’s big Black Friday sales.

First up, there’s a massive bargain for anyone wanting cut-priced broadband with Three offering its speedy 4G service for just £14 per month. That’s one of the cheapest ways to access the web we’ve ever seen.

Three’s broadband arrives in your home via its mobile network which means there’s no difficult installation or engineers knocking at your door. All you do is plug in the 4G-ready router and you’re good to go. This 4G service promises speeds at around 100Mbps plus there’s no limit on how much you can download.

If that deal sounds good wait until you see what else Three is offering.

Anyone with the latest 5G access in their home can sign up for the firm’s faster broadband package and get a Samsung Chromebook 4+ totally free. Three’s 5G router offers speeds in excess of 200Mbps and again there’s no tricky installation.

Once you’re all signed up, Three will then send out the free laptop which is worth over £370 – that makes this a pretty good deal if you’re looking to switch providers and are in need of a new device to browse the web, play games and send emails on.

Samsung’s Chromebook 4+ features a stunning 15.6″ FHD LED display, quick Intel Celeron processor and powerful stereo speakers.

There’s also fast charging via USB-C and a large trackpad.

If that sounds enticing then all you have to do to get it for free is to hit the buy button on Three’s £30 per month 5G broadband.

Three isn’t the only broadband firm offering big Black Friday discounts.

Virgin Media has slashed prices across a swathe of its services with things now starting from just £25 per month.

Sky has also dropped its entry-level broadband to £25 and BT is offering customers the chance to get three months for free when they sign up for its broadband bundles. That means you won’t pay a penny until 2022.



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