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Virgin Media's agreement with Snapfish that saw the launch of a free photo processing service for home broadband customers has been praised by Which?.

The consumer advice group said that the package, part of Virgin's V Stuff promotion, represents a "really good deal" for customers and highlighted the benefits of the Hewlett-Packard online photo service.

"In our recent test of photo processing services we found the Snapfish website easy to use and the photographs were reasonably good," the organisation's photo processing expert Lizzy Payne said.

"We were particularly impressed with the speedy upload times from Snapfish, they were by far the quickest online processor we tested."

As part of the collaboration, home broadband customers gain access to a certain number of free prints each month.

Subscribers on Virgin Media's M or L broadband tariffs receive 25 free photographs per month, while those on the XXL contract can print 100 images per month.

To further celebrate the partnership, Virgin Media is offering customers the chance to win a free laptop when they sign up to the Snapfish service.

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