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BT Fibre exclusive from Broadband Genie featured on Martin Lewis Money Show

Broadband Genie is currently offering an incredible exclusive Black Friday deal for BT Fibre which today was highlighted on the Martin Lewis Money Show. 

The Money Show - hosted by Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert fame - offers financial tips and advice and is now in its tenth season.

For the ninth episode of this series, The Money Show featured some of the best broadband deals to help cut your bills. This included the amazing exclusive offer from Broadband Genie which can net you a fast fibre optic broadband service with rewards worth £170, which adds up to an effective monthly price of just £19.87.

Black Friday is one of the best chances to save money on broadband each year. And if you signed up for a 12-month contract last year (or a 24-month in 2018) you're now in the perfect position to switch for free and take advantage of a new deal.

BT Fibre 1

  • 50Mb average speed
  • 24-month contract
  • £0 setup
  • £26.99 per month
  • First Three Months Free
  • £30 Amazon gift card
  • £60 BT Gift Card
  • £19.87 effective monthly price

Get this deal

This offer ends on the 30th of November and is only available when purchased online via Broadband Genie.

In order to claim your Broadband Genie exclusive voucher, you must purchase through a Broadband Genie link and provide a valid email address (so we can keep in touch about your voucher and send your reward). For further help, see our guide to claiming broadband rewards.

The Martin Lewis Money Show can be seen on Thursdays at 8:300 pm on ITV. Previous episodes can be streamed free on the ITV Hub.

Meet the author:


Matt has been working with Broadband Genie since 2009. A lifelong tech enthusiast, he has 20 years of experience writing about technology for print and online.

Specialist subject: The technicalities of broadband

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