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Virgin Media UK Offers 6 Months FREE Superfast Broadband and Calls

Posted Thursday, December 20th, 2012 (8:05 am) by (Score 934)
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National UK cable operator Virgin Media has today launched a series of new promotions, which are headlined by an offer of 6 months free service on their 30Mbps broadband and unlimited weekend calls bundle. Meanwhile the 100Mbps package is also being offered from just £12.50 a month for the first 6 months of service.

According to Virgin’s website, the 30Mbps bundle is free for the first 6 months and then £14.50 thereafter, although customers still have to pay Virgin Phone Line rental for £14.99 a month (can be reduced to £120 for 12 months when paying in advance by debit/credit card).

The package itself includes a free SuperHub wireless router, free installation (with online orders), unlimited downloads (Traffic Management), unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines (plus Virgin Mobiles and 0870 numbers), free servicing and repairs, free internet security and it also comes with an 18 month contract.

Virgins Other Special Offers (Quick Highlights)

* £5 for 6 months on the 60Mb broadband and phone, then £19.50 per month

* £12.50 for 6 months on the 100Mb broadband and phone, then £27 per month

* All Collections will have £10 off for the first 6 months, including the Classic Collection

The new offers are expected to run until the 31st March 2013.

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5 Responses
  1. Phil

    stay away from this troubled virgin media, their speed is a joke and will be heavily throttled and high ping

  2. Louis

    @Phil Not in all areas.
    I am on 100mb.. i get 100mb day and night.. pings are very healthy too!
    Surely you checked their online forum before signing up?

    • Phil

      I did but few months later it turned out from great to worse as virgin media say fixed time for my area UBR is not until November 2013 (until after 120Mb upgrade is completed) so, I left them for unfit purpose service to me. So, i am now happy with Plusnet as it far better than virgin media.

    • Kevin

      I too have 100Mb Virgin Media and the service is good (YouTube streaming is very hit and miss). However I also understand when things do degrade, Virgin Media are VERY slow to put things right.

      If I had the choice, I would pick a BT fibre based service every time.

  3. Robert

    I use Virgin 100Mb at home and BT Infinity at work.

    The Virgin service dumps on Infinity from a great height, quicker ping, better support staff, vastly faster speed. Never had any contention or similar issues, like Louis 100Mb day and night.

    Virgin looking at recent news are also one of the least complained about big player ISPs with less than half the complaints of BT.

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