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ISP Virgin Media Cuts Standalone UK Ultrafast Broadband Prices

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 (8:50 am) - Score 4,883

The Cyber Monday discounts on Virgin Media‘s bundles may be coming to an end but the ISP has today launched a new range of discounts across their standalone ultrafast broadband (100Mbps+) packages, which sharply reduce their monthly prices for the first 12 months of service and add free setup (normally £35).

All new customers can expect to receive a Hub 3.0 wireless router (Hub 4.0 on 1Gig), a 12 month minimum contract term, unlimited usage, access to Virgin’s UK network of WiFi hotspots, internet security / parental controls and email.

Otherwise the new discounts should be available to order until 22nd December 2019. We also note that the provider has removed their 50Mbps broadband-only tier (M50) from public display (still available as a bundle with phone, TV etc.), although it wouldn’t be the first time they’ve hidden that only to add it back again later.

NOTE: You can also get their 1Gbps standalone package from £62 per month. At present this is only available in Southampton, Greater Manchester and various locations in and around Reading (rest of their UK network by 2021).

M100 fibre broadband
Average download 108Mbps
Average upload 6Mbps

PRICE: £28 a month for 12 months (£42 thereafter)

M200 fibre broadband
Average download 213Mbps
Average upload 12Mbps

PRICE: £33 a month for 12 months (£47 thereafter)

M350 fibre broadband
Average download 362Mbps
Average upload 21Mbps

PRICE: £38 a month for 12 months (£52 thereafter)

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Mark Jackson
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Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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11 Responses
  1. Avatar Aleksandr Metslov

    Mark, add some prices as well.

  2. Avatar Hercules

    I don’t like Virgin Media anymore finished now. I have Sky Q is better watched Sky Atlantic available service now

    • Avatar Ashley

      Same sky being installed in 2 weeks.
      Slower internet but hopefully more reliable and like you sky Atlantic was a big draw.
      VM wanted to give more faster speeds to stay. But speed of package was not the problem is was the speed being received and the ability to hold a connection.

    • Avatar Sky

      U can get Sky Atlantic on NowTV with entertainment pass £15 for 2 months

    • Avatar Holly

      @Ashley – so it was the speed then.. otherwise your sentences make no sense!

  3. Avatar VM

    Mark Jackson – why is M100, M200 and M350 reduced upload speed from 10 to 6 for M100, from 20 to 12 for M200 and from 36 to 21 for M350?

    Been asking virgin this question, one advisor say this is correct 6,12 and 21 uploads but other advisor say no this should be 10,20 and 36 uploads. Who tell the truth?

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