Sky are giving away a FREE Smart TV with entertainment plans this Black Friday

Sky are giving away a FREE Smart TV with entertainment plans this Black Friday

Update: Sadly this offer has now ended. If you want to see what else is on offer, we have a complete list of the best Black Friday TV deals.

Looking for a new phone, or a new TV package ahead of Christmas? You're in luck, as Sky's Black Friday deals have been worth waiting for.

The entertainment giant has announced two huge deals ahead of Christmas and they are focusing on TV bundles and Mobile deals this year. The huge bundle deal will even give shoppers a free Smart TV - yes really - for £55 a month.

You'll just need to make sure you don't leave it too long as we're expecting this to sell out in record time.

With deals on the most popular handsets from Apple, Samsung, Sony and Huawei you won't have to compromise on the phone you want too.

If you're looking for more tech deals, then it's worth checking out smartphone and laptop deals page here.

TV fans can can pick up a huge deal on entertainment until the 30 November. Their Ultimate On Demand pack will bring Sky Box Sets and Netflix together all in one place, and whats more you'll also get a free TV when you sign up.

All customers who sign up or upgrade to the Sky Black Friday bundle will A brand-new 43-inch LG Ultra HD Smart TV – worth £399 for just £55 a month.

For £55, the Black Friday deal includes :

You can sign up here.

Of you're looking for a new phone deal, then it's worth checking out Sky Mobile who's deals will last until the 29 November. They are chucking in extra data as well as headphones, tablets and wireless charging pads. Here's the latest Sky Mobile deals for each phone.

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