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Black FriYAY: Black Friday deals now on EE

Good news, bargain fans: Black Friday is here and at EE we’ve got a whole host of incredible deals on the likes of Apple, Samsung, Google and more. Just call it Black FriYAY!


Take a look at all our Black Friday deals


You might have noticed that our Black Friday sale started a little early this year, with some amazing deals available since Tuesday. But we’ve stepped it up a gear today with some even bigger bargains. But they won’t be around for long. Here are some of our favourites:



Black Friday iPhone offers


Who wouldn’t want an iPhone for Christmas? With our amazing Black Friday discounts, you can get this ultimate gift for even less.


You’ll save £100 when you bag the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, and a whopping £199 on the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus with 500MB of data.


You’ll also find great savings on the iPhone 6S and the iPhone SE, in what is one of our biggest ever iPhone sales.


View all our pay monthly Black Friday deals



 Black Friday Samsung deals


If Samsung is more your thing, we’ve also got a treat for you: a huge £199 saving on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, both with 500MB of data. There are also with savings on the Galaxy A3 and A5.


Elsewhere for Android fans we’ve got the fantastic new Google Pixel 2 with a saving of £199, plus money off a whole bunch of pay as you go smartphones.


View our Black Friday phone offers



 Top tablet offers


Get yourself a treat that keeps on giving with a brand new tablet, and save yourself a bundle in the process.


We’ve got the iPad Pro 10.5-inch for just £45 a month with no upfront cost – a massive  £149 saving – as well the Huawei T3 8" from just £14 a month, again with no upfront cost. That’s a £99 saving!


View all our cracking tablet offers



What will you be getting?


Have any of our Black Friday bargains caught your eye? Are you giving any as gifts or keeping them all for yourself? We wouldn’t blame you if you did! Tap Comment to let us know below.








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