Virgin Media has launched a new offer giving households the chance to make huge savings on broadband bundles - but only for a limited time.
The broadband provider says consumers can save up to £479 if they sign up for a Virgin Media TV, Broadband and Phone Collection before midnight on Wednesday October 31st.
Consumers are currently entitled to receive a 50 per cent discount on their triple-play package for six months.
In addition, they can receive £75 bill credit for signing up online, and also gain a £75 Tesco voucher to be used at the supermarket chain.
And Virgin Media is also waiving its installation fee at present, allowing subscribers to save another £49.95 on broadband and calls.
In order to achieve the £479 saving, consumers are required to sign up for Virgin Media's VIP Collection, which is priced at £46.62 for six months and then £93.25 thereafter.
With this broadband package, households receive up to 100Mb broadband, a Virgin Media Super Hub, a 1TB TiVo box, an additional TiVo box for a separate room, 205 TV channels of which 37 are in HD, unlimited anytime home phone calls and a free connection.
Sky Sports and Sky Movies HD are also included as part of the premium bundle.
As with all Virgin Media Collections, subscribers are required to pay an additional £13.90 per month for line rental.
Households signing up for the Essential Collection - which is priced at £13.50 per month for six months and £35 thereafter - are able to save £274.95 on broadband, TV and home phone calls.
And the Virgin Media Premiere Collection - which costs £22.50 per month for six months and then £45 - offers savings of £274.95.
But consumers interested in taking advantage of the broadband deal have little over a day to make their minds up, as Virgin Media prepares to withdraw the offer.