Price slash by Virgin Media for Christmas

Wednesday, December 19th 2018

One of the leading ISPs Virgin Media has recently announced that they have slashed their prices of standalone ultrafast broadband packages by £10 for a contract term of first 12 months for their new customers.

In general, the customers will expect to get a wireless router (Hub 3.0), unlimited usage, contract term of 12 month, access to Wifi hotspots of Virgin’s network, parental controls, internet security and email.

But still there will be £25 applicable for one time set up fee and the above offer will be available to order until December 23, 2018 only. The thing is that the operator's cable network is only available in urban places with certain exceptions.

Their packages are:

VIVID 50 fibre broadband
With an average downloand speed of 54 Mbps & upload speed of 3 Mbps at a price of £25 a month for a contract term of 12 months and thereafter chargeable at £35.

VIVID 100 fibre broadband
With an average downloand speed of 108 Mbps & upload speed of 6 Mbps at a price of £30 a month for a contract term of 12 months and thereafter chargeable at £40.

VIVID 200 fibre broadband
With an average downloand speed of 213 Mbps & upload speed of 12 Mbps at a price of £35 a month for a contract term of 12 months and thereafter chargeable at £45.

VIVID 350 fibre broadband
With an average downloand speed of 362 Mbps & upload speed of 21 Mbps at a price of £40 a month for a contract term of 12 months and thereafter chargeable at £50.

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