Black Friday deals: First Utility broadband at £17.99

Black Friday deals: First Utility broadband at £17.99

Thursday, 23 November, 2017

Energy company First Utility has joined the Black Friday sales bonanza with its own series of cut-price broadband deals.

Until 7 December First Broadband, First Utility’s standard speed broadband (up to 17Mbps) will cost you £17.99 a month, down from £18.99 a month.

This makes it one of the very cheapest on the market.

What you get

  • Unlimited downloads
  • No setup fees
  • 18 month contract
  • Free router and delivery
  • You can add Evening and Weekend Calls for £3 a month, or Anytime Calls for £7 a month.

    Bundled together with the promise that prices will not vastly increase once your 18 month contract is up, this becomes a decent budget option for anyone who is simply looking to get online, and doesn’t need faster speeds for streaming Netflix or gaming.

    Out of contract, the First Broadband monthly price £17.99 price goes up to £18.99, while the 38Mbps fibre product Super First Broadband will revert to its normal £31.99 a month price.

    More: See all Black Friday broadband deals here

    Super First Broadband, First Utility’s 38Mbps fibre package, gets a hefty discount from £31.99 a month to £24.99 a month.

    If current First Utility energy customers take up this Black Friday price deal, the normal 15% loyalty bonus will not apply.

    This deal closes on Thursday 7 December 2017.

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