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May 12, 2008

Virgin Media to offer Netgear routers


by David Allen

Following a successful partnership agreement, Netgear are going to provide Virgin Media with their wireless G Routers, which will be named the Virgin Media Wireless Router.

This equipment will be offered to all new Virgin Media subscribers for a low price or in some cases will be free.

The routers are said to enhance the service being provided through the fibre optic broadband packages.

Both companies believe that the deal will enhance both services, but for Netgear it will give them extra coverage in the UK for their products.

New customers on Virgin Media’s L and XL package will be getting the new routers for free, while the customers who have chosen the M package will have to pay an extra one off payment of £40 to use the router.

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