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Monday, June 27th, 2022 (9:35 am) - Score 1,392
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New customers looking to take one of Virgin Media‘s (VMO2) top broadband and Pay TV bundles, specifically their’ Bigger + Sports’, ‘Bigger + Movies’ or ‘Ultimate Volt’ bundles, may like to know that – for three days only – they’ll come with a 43″ LG 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (worth £479.99) at no extra cost or £200 bill credit.

The top ‘Ultimate Volt’ bundle usually costs £85 per month (£136 after the first 18-month term) and includes Gig1 Fibre Broadband, an Unlimited O2 SIM, 230+ TV Channels, Netflix Standard and Talk More Anytime. The Bigger + Sports (£72) and Bigger + Movies (£62) bundles cost less, but those prices default to include M100 Fibre Broadband, 190+ TV Channels and Talk Weekends (faster speeds and more features cost extra).

All of the above packages currently attract a £35 one-off setup fee, 18-month term and include a broadband router and Virgin’s TV 360 box.

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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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9 Responses
  1. simon says:

    Good deal – they are only showing 362 speed at my address but I can get 1GB as my neighbour next door has it. (and we currently share it because my VM terminal is shot)

    It’s £60 for the VM bundle and £25 for the O2 sim from what it says

    https://ibb.co/yRw1bcL

    Good deal even at 362 none the less

    1. Bent says:

      Complete rip-off compared to plug and play fast 4g and 5g home broadband

  2. tech3475 says:

    How long can you delay a VM install?

    I know someone who’s moving and wants to get VM, but they don’t have a moving in date yet.

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      Best to call and ask them directly. I should imagine they’ll be able to handle a delay like that.

  3. Bear says:

    You’ll quickly realise that the TV wasn’t worth signing up for and that the service they offer is as terrible as their customer service .

    1. Declan M says:

      £136 a month after the promotion period is over wow
      I have virgin 200meg broadband and worth every penny £25 a month had it before and went out of contract with broadband and a sim I never used cost me £70 a month after the 18months were up. My wallet still feels the pain

  4. Mark says:

    Get the TV then sell it on, you will get more than the lousy £200 bill credit

  5. Ross says:

    You couldn’t pay me enough to go back to Virgin! What a useless bunch they are!

  6. Moss says:

    Why does VMO2 never offer these to loyal VM customers, it’s super annoying, why is it only new customers……

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