Monday, November 5, 2018

Virgin Media cuts cost of movie and broadband deals

A new offer from Virgin Media will provide film lovers with a cheaper TV and broadband deal as the company continues its battle with Sky for subscribers.

Following the news last week that Sky Q customers can now access Netflix directly from their set-top box, Virgin Media has cut the price of its Full House TV and Movies bundle, which will provide users with a further £80 in savings.

The deal now costs £60 for a 12-month contract, plus a £25 one-off setup fee. For this, users will gain access to more than 230 TV channels, including all of Sky Cinema's 11 offerings in high definition and BT Sport in 4K Ultra HD.

In addition to this, users get access to a range of on-demand services as part of the Virgin Media V6 set-top box, including the ability for Netflix subscribers to watch content directly through their TV.

The deal also features broadband with average download speeds of 213Mbps and free weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin Mobile numbers.

The offers ends on November 18th, so consumers have a couple of weeks to take advantage of the discounts available.

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