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Virgin Media is offering internet users the chance to make significant savings when signing up for a dual-pay broadband bundle.

From today, the internet service provider is including a free connection with every new 10Mb broadband package it sells, enabling UK households to make an initial saving of £40.

The offer applies to a range of Virgin Media broadband deals, featuring combinations of its broadband, home phone and subscription TV services.

Consumers can receive a free installation worth £40 when subscribing to a Virgin Media Broadband & Phone bundle, which offers up to 10Mb download speeds and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines.

Web users can take advantage of unlimited downloads, a free wireless broadband router, 5GB of online storage and anti-virus, firewall and pop-up blocker software.

This is all available for £13.50 per month, however, Virgin Media is currently running a six months half-price promotion enabling subscribers to pay just £6.75 per month until the seventh month of their 18-month contract.

Further savings are also available for consumers who register for their broadband package online – in the form of £40 cashback paid straight into their account.

For households with no need for a telephone landline, the free installation offer is also running on Virgin Media's Broadband & TV bundles.

Consumers can make the initial £40 saving when signing up for a 10Mb broadband deal including 100 digital TV channels.

Again, subscribers can benefit from unlimited downloads, a wireless 'N' router, online storage and basic security software.

The £33 per month TV and broadband package features Sky 1, 2, 3, Sky News, Sky Sports News, LIVINGtv, MTV, Extreme Sports, Animal Planet and many other channels.

Subscribers can also take advantage of Virgin Media's TV On Demand service, which offers access to 500 films, thousands of TV shows and music videos, plus free catch-up services such as BBC iPlayer.

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