Free Double speed of broadband bundles for Virgin Media's new customers
Virgin Media is providing services of Mobile, Broadband, TV & Home Phone across the UK and Ireland and they are one of the largest provider of fixed phone lines in the area. The ISP is a part of Liberty Global plc group which is the largest global broadband and TV service provider.
Virgin media has launched “switch to super speed” which is a double broadband speed offer for their new customers who are opting for any of their bundles – Broadband, TV & Phone. The customers will enjoy double the ultrafast speed free with any of their selected bundles as below.
Full house bundle having Full house TV (more than 230 channels) + VIVID 200 (earlier Vivid 100) with ultrafast fibre plus average download speed of 213 mbps + Phone (free weekend calls) at a price of £55 per month for 12 months term with £20 as setup fees and thereafter £75 per month.
Mix bundle having Mix TV (more than 150 channels) + VIVID 200 (earlier Vivid 100) with ultrafast fibre plus average download speed of 213 mbps + Phone (free weekend calls) at a price of £45 per month for 12 months term with £20 as setup fees and thereafter £60 per month.
Player bundle having Player TV (more than 70 channels) + VIVID 100 (earlier Vivid 50) with ultrafast fibre plus average download speed of 108 mbps + Phone (free weekend calls) at a price of £29 per month for 12 months term with £20 as setup fees and thereafter £48 per month.
In general, new subscribers will get a Hub 3.0 Wireless router, unlimited usage, access to Virgin’s WiFi hotspots, latest Virgin TV V6 box, parental controls etc.
The subscribers can make use of the double speed offer which is available from June 1 to July 31, 2018.
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