Summary

  • BT Group Black Friday sales offer lucrative deals on its fibre broadband connection, iPhone SE, sim-only double data packages etc
  • A large section of businesses has already launched their respective sales and discount deals for the Black Friday period

With the festive period of Christmas around the corner, BT Group Plc has announced multiple Black Friday offers to lure customers. Before the Christmas break and holiday period during the New Year’s week, many companies have come up with lucrative offers and discounted deals targeting the Black Friday. 

People looking to grab best offers of the recent times can secure offers available in the Black Friday sale in the UK. From retailers-to-automakers-telecom operators, most companies have set aside some of the offers that can be availed during the Black Friday sales followed by the deals available on Cyber Monday sales on 30 November. 

Interestingly, a large section of businesses has already launched their respective sales and discounted deals meant for the Black Friday period. 

BT Black Friday 2020 offers

To monetise the maximum possible gains before the Christmas, BT Group Black Friday sales offer lucrative deals on its fibre broadband connection, partnered deals on mobile phones and discounted tariffs on mobile as well as on the subscription of its television network channels.

Fiber broadband offer

Under the Black Friday offer of BT, the telecom major is offering customised fiber broadband services. The deals are subject to change with respect to different postal addresses as a uniform deal is not applicable on all the geographies within the United Kingdom. 

Implying, the services, network speed, charges and applicable discounts offered at a particular address may vary in a different location, even a nearby neighborhood.  

BT is offering fiber broadband connection for free for a stretch of three months under a 24-month contract system. Under the deal, users can enjoy free of cost fiber broadband services as per the available speeds in the location for three months. Following the completion of free services, the users are then required to pay an amount of £26.99 per month. 

Along with the fiber broadband services, users can also club television subscription packages including the subscription of BT’s sports channels and the prevailing offers on mobile tariffs and existing landline connections. 

Under the “BT sport on the go” package, users can seamlessly avail services including streaming from any device, live in-match updates, multiple-angle replays, streaming of subscribed content at any location within the European Union on the BT Sport mobile application and TV application and the desktop players of BT. 

BT is also offering a reward card equivalent to a value of £100 which can be utilised on other offerings of BT’s e-commerce portal. Moreover, users can avail the facility of unlimited downloads with the discounted package on fiber broadband connection without paying any charges for setting up the fiber broadband device. 

Mobile phone offers

Users can grab the BT Black Friday offer on mobile phones under which a person can buy an Apple iPhone SE 64 GB by paying an amount of £30 per month. 

For this money, users are entitled to get 3GB data, unlimited minutes, texts including BT sport mobile application and Apple TV+ subscription. Other than the BT iPhone Black Friday deal, the telecommunications company has been providing a sim-only double data offer. 

With the double data deal of BT, users can avail double data by choosing 20 GB for £15 or 50 GB data for £20 per month. Further, the already-existing users of BT broadband can save £5 per month until 3 December. 

With the 12-month and 24-month sim only plans, users are entitled to receive fully functional 4G and 5G-enabled sim along with added services including access to 5 million BT Wi-fi hotspots, roam-like-home facility in about 47 countries, upgrade to a handset plan at any point in time during the 24-month contract, the option to add more SIMs to maximise the savings, and an option to change the data on a monthly basis. 

Special Covid-19 offers

The promotional offers and campaigns designed to drive the sales have been packaged with additional benefits to attract the potential customers during the pandemic. 

With consumers who want to spend less, BT are swiftly shifting their focus on running various campaigns throughout the month or for an extended period of time. Additionally, there is a sizable chunk of shoppers that is highly likely to spend the money in the pre-Christmas period. 

Along with the discounted mobile tariffs, BT Group has slashed down the prices of its multiple offers in order to make the wholesome deals more appealing and to grab the attention of all age groups to get a fiber broadband or the youngsters seeking to secure good deals on subscription of sports channels and other streaming services. 

 

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