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Mobile internet users 'could benefit from new Virgin Media broadband bundle'

Tuesday, February 23rd 2010
Virgin Media users will be able to surf the web anywhere in the EU with its new Travel Passes bundle.
Mobile internet users 'could benefit from new Virgin Media broadband bundle'
Mobile internet users who are signed up with leading broadband provider Virgin Media could benefit from a new deal that will allow them to surf the web from anywhere in the European Union (EU).

Its Travel Passes have been designed to allow customers to use mobile internet and mobile broadband from £6 and £10 respectively.

Jonathan Kini, director of mobile at Virgin Media, emphasised the ease of use this would provide to customers on holiday, as they would never need to worry about getting access to the web when abroad.

He said: "Whether it's searching for the best pizzeria in Rome on your mobile or uploading photos onto Facebook with a laptop and mobile broadband, customers now have control over what they spend on holiday."

Earlier this month, Virgin Media announced the launch of its new business service, a broadband bundle offering companies a highly-personalised service with regionally-based account teams on hand to manage their needs.

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