Tech News – Get money back with Shell Energy's early Black Friday broadband deal price cuts

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It might not be the name that comes to mind when you traditionally think of broadband deals, but Shell Energy just went and pulled out an early Black Friday deal that should catapult it right up to the top of your potential list of internet providers.

This offer breaks down into two eye-catching benefits – price drops and money back. Firstly, with all three of its broadband deals, Shell Energy cut the price by up to £8 each month. So that's already a potential saving up to an impressive £144.

Head to the Shell Energy website to grab these cheap broadband deals

Want more reasons to choose Shell? Go for either of its superfast fibre broadband deals and it'll go ahead and give you two months of your subscription absolutely free. That means you'll only end up paying for 16 months thanks to bill credit of at least £53.

Enough of us jabbering on, you just want to know what you'll be paying! We've listed Shell's broadband packages below. Considering these offers won't end until December 8 you have plenty of time to decide if this offer is for you or not.

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These super cheap broadband deals from Shell

How does this compare to other broadband deals?

Shell Energy not the provider for you? Don't worry, in the run up to Black Friday there is plenty of choice.

For those interested in ADSL and cheap pricing, the Post Office will be the way to go, costing just £15.90 a month.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are plenty of fibre broadband deals to choose from – our two top picks come from BT and Vodafone. Currently, Vodafone is offering a free upgrade to its fastest plan, meaning you will only be paying £23 a month for speeds averaging 55Mb (or £21 for existing Vodafone customers).

Rather go with BT? With speeds averaging 50Mb, a monthly cost of £28.99 and a £80 M&S gift card when you sign up its an equally impressive choice right now.

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