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August 14, 2009

Virgin Media cuts the price of super fast broadband

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by David Allen

Having recently completed its roll out of super-fast, fibre optic broadband, Virgin Media now has the job of making sure that its customers and other broadband users know all about.

However, the major factor that the consumer is seeing is the price!

Initially this service was priced at £50 per month, which of course drops if the customer adds additional services such as phone line and TV.

In order to make this service more attractive to the consumer, Virgin Media will be dropping the price to £38 per month, which is bound to have an effect on customers thinking about switching to the Virgin Media product.

The price can be as low as £28 per month when a customer signs up for the phone line with Virgin Media, at a cost of £11 per month.

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