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Virgin Media UK Gives All TV Customers Access to Extra Channels in Feb

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022 (10:29 am) - Score 3,984
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Broadband ISP Virgin Media UK has announced that they’re giving all of their Pay TV customers access to more than 20 “documentary, entertainment and music channels” at “no extra cost” throughout February 2022, which includes a variety of channels such as Comedy Central, MTV, Sky History and more.

The operator said that their latest promotion builds on their prior “response to the pandemic,” when it stepped up to keep families entertained at home by making extra TV channels available at no extra cost. All of the additional TV channels and related on-demand programming will be available for all TV customers until Tuesday 1st March 2022.

The full line up of extra documentary, entertainment and music channels now available for families to enjoy is listed below. A range of Asian channels will also be made available from the Asian Mela pack.

Virgin TV’s Extra Channels
Comedy Central HD (Ch132),
Comedy Central +1 (Ch133
Comedy Central SD (Ch181)
Comedy Central Extra (Ch182)
MTV (Ch183)
The Box (Ch335)
Box Hits (Ch336)
TCM SD (Ch415)
TCM HD (Ch416)
TCM +1 (Ch417)
Sky History HD (Ch270)
Sky History +1 (Ch271)
Sky History 2 (Ch272)
Crime & Investigation HD (Ch209)
Crime & Investigation +1 (Ch222)
Colors (Ch826)
Colors Cineplex (Ch828)
Colors Rishtey (Ch827)

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By Mark Jackson
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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4 Responses
  1. John says:

    As far as I can see there are 11 channels which 4 of them are in HD (we have 2022). All of them are rubbish and exists only to broadcast ads.

  2. Rob L, Glasgow says:

    And when virgin says HD, I believe they still only mean 720P ?

  3. Michael says:

    A bunch of second rate channels, most of them not in HD. They would make their customres happier if they scrapped the price hike.

  4. John says:

    Most people own TVs are atleast 1080 full HD, although most folk I know have 4K and smart, why are so many channels of freeview and satellite still standard definition 480?

    It’s like we’re stuck with ancient CRT standard and no body can see the difference, like they’re blind. Why don’t they just scrap all the rubbish channels and reduce them to efficiency use the bandwidth with full HD good channels, that people would actually watch, no wonder Netflix is doing so well… the human greed is getting the better of us.

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