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Virgin Media has unveiled a three-months free broadband deal that combines an impressively fast 10Mb connection as well as cheap phone calls.

As of today, the broadband provider has waived the £5 per month charge for broadband for the first three months. The offer applies for all new customers who sign up online for its package that combines the L broadband deal with the M home telephony product.

Virgin Media is also offering free installation worth £30, meaning that the total savings available stand at £45. After the introductory period expires, the monthly charge reverts to £14 plus line rental of £11 per month.

The package entitles all takers to a 10Mb fibre optic broadband connection, unlimited monthly usage and free evening and weekend calls to all UK landlines.

Additionally, takers will benefit from a free wireless router and modem, 10GB of online storage to keep important documents and photos secure and 50 free photo prints per month. Meanwhile, to keep customers secure online, PCguard software is provided.

In order to take advantage of the incentive, customers must live in an area covered by Virgin Media’s cable broadband network and must sign up online.

Jessica McArdle, marketing manager at Top 10 Broadband, described the deal as “eye-catching” and predicted that take up will be rapid.

She added: “The deal is Virgin Media’s best-selling broadband bundle, so it’s natural that demand will be heavy.

“If you’re looking for cheap calls and a fast broadband connection that’s not hampered by the constraints of where you live, this is an outstanding offer.”

The launch of the offer comes after Virgin Media recently announced a forthcoming price cut for its premium 50Mb broadband product.

Set to apply from September 1st, the revised price will stand at £28 per month - down from £35 - for new and existing customers when taken with a phone line at £11 per month. The monthly charge will drop from £50 to £38 for those who opt to sign up for it as a standalone product.

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