Three customers can get six months half price broadband and a free LG TV

With more of us working from home than ever before and the rise in streaming platforms and online content, it’s never been more important to choose the right broadband connection.

One thing is for sure, the options are plentiful and choosing the right provider can make the task all the more daunting.

Luckily, phone network Three has launched a fantastic deal that will whittle your search down.

The network is offering customers an impressive six months half price on its home broadband, along with a brand new LG Smart TV (worth £249) or a Samsung Chromebook 4+ (worth £299) for absolutely nothing. How good is that?

But there’s not just one deal available that includes the smart tv, there are two home broadband deals available using the network’s fast connections, which boasts the UK’s fastest 5G abilities.

For just £15 a month for the first six months of your contract and then £30 thereafter, this offer is a complete steal when all you'll have to do is plug in your new router and go.

And since it’s powered by 5G, you can expect average download speeds of 100Mbps, beating the average of 70Mbps.

The cheapest 4G speed option starts from as low as £11.50 per month for the first six months – then £23 for the rest of your contract.

Plus, you'll still be eligible to get the free LG Smart TV as it isn't limited to 5G options – so there's no missing out.

But we did say there were two deals to look out for, so here's what else Three has to offer.

If you’re already signed up with Community Fibre Broadband on your street, then you can sign up today and not pay anything until June 2022.

Once the free period has ended, Community Fibre will charge you £22.50 per month for its 75Mbps speeds or, £27.50 for 200Mbps.

And if you don't mind paying out a little bit more, to ensure you can stream your favourite movies, then you can always opt for 500Mbps for £37.50 per month or the ultimate 1Gbps option for £49.

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