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November 20, 2008

Virgin Media offer 16 Mbps trial in January


by David Allen

Both new and existing customers of Virgin Media will be able to add a broadband boost to their packages.

This new addition to the Virgin Media menu is something special though, as it will allow users of the up to 8 Mbps ADSL broadband to boost their connection speed at no extra cost.

Not only that, Virgin Media have played around with their titles and from now on the Virgin Media ADSL broadband service will be known as Virgin Media National.

This is the service which subscribers use if they are unable to receive cable.

The broadband boost is a free trail starting in January, when customers will experience a broadband connection speed of up to 16 Mbps completely free of charge for three months.

If a customer likes what they see then, after the trial, a charge of £5 per month will be applied to their account.

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