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June 22, 2009

Virgin Media launches bundled service offer


by David Allen

Starting today, the cable broadband, TV and phone provider, Virgin Media, will be offering new customers £50 off a bundled service.

This is an offer that is only available online at virginmedia.com to customers who buy at least three services together on a minimum twelve contract.

The new customers will get the £50 credited to their first bill from Virgin Media.

A bundled service that includes broadband, TV and phone starts at £14 per month.

Virgin media offers up to forty five TV channels, unlimited weekend UK landline calls, and an up to 10 Mbps broadband service.

For those interested in becoming more mobile, customers will be able to get their hands on the Virgin Mobile Broadband service that offers up to 1.8 Mbps, 1 Gb usage allowance, and a free dongle for an additional £5 per month.

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