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Virgin Media launches 2 months free broadband offer

Monday, June 28th 2010
Broadband bundle provider Virgin has unveiled a new deal offering two months broadband for free.
Virgin Media launches 2 months free broadband offer
Free home broadband for two months is the latest offer from Virgin Media as the company seeks to attract customers to its triple play bundles.

The broadband bundles provider is offering new customers the first two months free if they sign up to any of its triple play - home broadband, home phone and digital TV - packages before August 31st.

Prices start at £18 a month after the free period, plus £11.99 a month for line rental.

This deal comprises 10Mbps broadband, unlimited free evening and weekend UK landline calls and access to Virgin's cable TV service with over 65 channels.

Anyone who requires a bit more bandwidth can upgrade the package to 20Mbps or even 50Mbps broadband speeds.

The deal from Virgin comes after rival Sky brought to an end its £19 a month triple play bundle offer last week.

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